By Jessie Schirrick Posted May 10, 2012
I was expecting “Cabin in the Woods” to be the typical American horror movie. You know what I’m talking about, with the easy girl dying first, and only one person surviving, and of course lots of blood and guts. Really though, this movie is the epitome of parodies.
It begins in a high-tech futuristic laboratory and it was very confusing because it made you think, “Where’s the band of innocent, unsuspecting teenagers preparing for some risky adventure?” This movie is rather questionable when it starts, but it takes you on a journey you have never experienced before. Starring Chris Hemsworth and Fran Kranz, this movie brings a lot of newcomer actors to the scene.
This movie has the most amazing storyline; it contains countless twists and turns to make for one exciting and thrilling film. The five young adults think they’re headed to a cabin for an ordinary weekend, what they don’t know is that they are being set up to be sacrificed to the Gods that formerly ruled the Earth by a top-secret company that must meet the Gods’ needs annually. When the teens begin to fight back, there is chaos because what they don’t understand is that their environment is completely controlled and designed to be their grave, and the outcome could save the world or destroy it.