The Cabin in the Woods — Digital Spy.
Now that many of us have seen the meta horror wonder that is Cabin In the Woods, we wanted to break down all the little Easter eggs and monstrous glimpses you might have missed.
So my analysis of The Cabin in the Woods is taking longer than I expected, mostly because I keep getting distracted by how awesome the movie is.One thing I couldn't help making was this, a list of all the possible monsters which could have terrorized the poor occupants of the cabin (in the woods).
The Giant Snake appeared in the 2012 film called The Cabin in the Woods. It appears to be a hybrid of the three different snakes that were used in the movie, it has the head the of a king cobra, the body of an anaconda and the tail of a rattlesnake.
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The Cabin in the Woods: Official Visual Companion: Amazon.co.uk: Drew Goddard, Joss Whedon: Books. and a list of all the things in the cellar and how they match to the different monsters. What you get instead is the screenplay and an interview with Goddard and Wheddon. There is a short section about the making of the creatures in the end but theres no effort put into it. Basically it's just.
The teens are “urged” into a cabin (in the woods, duh), where a series of doodads and artifacts will allow them to unwittingly summon one of dozens if not hundreds of monsters, which will then be sent from a holding tank to kill and probably eat them. All the while, the organization behind the ritual, hidden underground, watches the action and “subtly” pushes things in the right.
In many ways, The Cabin in the Woods fits this stereotype; however, the difference is that this is a movie of high quality with brilliant acting and a superbly surprising plot twist. After watching the movie I decided to do a bit more research about the film’s background and I discovered that it was co-written and produced by Joss Whedon.