The Cabin in the WoodsDVD - 2012
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This one is a bit of a subversion of the traditional horror film, but even with its tongue firmly planted in its cheek, The Cabin in the Woods still functions as a true horror movie.
A playful romp through the horror genre for Whedon. Full of horrifying unicorns and hilarious one-liners.
JCLChristiH Mar 28, 2013
Ancient terrors meet modern science.
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“I’m drawing a line in the F-ing sand, don’t read the Latin” Marty
[Curt sees that Jules is holding textbooks about Soviet economics and the Cold War]
Curt: What is this? What are these? What are you doing with these?
Dana: Okay. I get it. I'll leave the books.
Curt: [angrily to Jules] No, no, no. Who gave you these? Who taught you about these?
Jules: I learned it from you! Okay? I learned it from watching you!
[She runs out of the room in tears. Curt laughs]
“It’s fun to be a vampire. You sleep all day and party all night.”
The lost boys
Mordecai: "Cleanse them. Cleanse the world of their ignorance and sin. Bathe them in the crimson of -- am I on speakerphone?" Hadley: "No, no of course not." Mordecai: "Yes I am. I can hear the echo. Take me off. Now." Hadley: "Okay, sorry." Mordecai: "I'm not kidding. It's rude. I don't know who's in the room."
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