Cabin in the Woods
We're still happy about the news that Lionsgate will be bringing fans the long gestating horror flick Cabin in the Woods. April cannot get here fast enough. In the interim we have a new one-sheet right here for you to drool over. Check it out!
Some honest to goodness non-Comic-Con related news just crossed our desk, and it's made us happier than anything else we're likely to hear all week: Lionsgate has set a release date for Drew Goddard's Cabin in the Woods!
Apparently it's really happening! Lionsgate, bless their black hearts, is serious about getting the long, long, looooooong delayed horror flick The Cabin in the Woods into theatres this year, and the first ever still has made its way online!
Another new one-sheet has been released by the good folks behind, The Cabin in the Woods that reflects the recent Lionsgate deal to finally get the long-awaited flick into theatres. Given how much they've been screwed over (and over, and over, and over) it's good to see that they at least have a sense of humor about it.
Thank you, Lionsgate. We've had some ups and downs over the years, but every now and again you do something to make us horror fans feel truly loved. This is a glorious day indeed. Guess what, fiends? It's looking like we'll finally be seeing The Cabin in the Woods.
If the words "cock tease" ever applied to a horror movie, it has to be in relation to the debacle surrounding the release of the long awaited flick The Cabin in the Woods. It's good to know that fans aren't the only ones with a severe case of blue balls.
The dark cloud of financial woe hasn't lifted over the lion just yet, but there's still some hope, true believers! Who can save MGM from going the way of the dinosaur?
If you're around my age or older the prospect of a movie world without MGM seems wrong. Very wrong. Hell, unimaginable. The lion has been roaring for many years, and even though he took a financial stumble, he looks as if he's getting ready to go back on the prowl.
So what if the movie has been done for like two years now? Fans looking forward to The Cabin in the Woods are going to have to wait a while longer for the film's release. A long while.
Quick updates on a couple of movies that have been bouncing around like an out of control rubber ball for a long while now -- Sony Pictures' Priest and MGM's Cabin in the Woods have been moved around yet again.
We're still waiting for an official synopsis beyond "a twisted and unusual take on the familiar 'cabin in the woods' formula, but thanks to the MPAA we now have a little bit more of an idea of what to expect when Joss Whedon's The Cabin in the Woods hits theatres next year.
If there's one film that's been tightly kept under wraps, it's "Buffy" creator Joss Whedon's seemingly forever upcoming The Cabin in the Woods, at least in terms of plot points. But as you know, nothing stays quiet forever!
Joss Whedon has done so much more than just work in the TV and film industry. He's created entire meticulous universes for his characters and fans to explore, and that's no easy task. Thankfully the man is about to get his due.
If the word coming out of Hollywood this evening is correct, we are about to lose a huge piece of cinematic history. MGM, which boasts one of the best known logos in the entertainment business and a library of some 4,000 films, could be placed on the auction block due to its massive $3.7 billion debt.
We all thought we were only a few months away from the February release of the Joss Whedon scripted slasher flick, Cabin in the Woods. Unfortunately MGM has other plans. Looks like we're gonna be shopping for a new horror valentine this year.