Joss Whedon's genre redefining horror flick, Cabin in the Woods, is just making it to Japan and, boy, are the ads for it unsettling.
Did you ever get the impression that maybe, just maybe, Joss Whedon had some left over aggression toward Fox?
If the name Shawna Trpcic sounds familiar, it's because she's been responsible for much of the character and costume design for a guy you've definitely heard of—Joss Whedon. Trpcic has posted a bunch of original concept art for Firefly, Cabin in the Woods, Angel, and lots more—and we've got a sampling for you to check out.
You know who'd make a really demented Willy Wonka? Christopher Lloyd. You know who actually filmed a short trailer for a fake horror version of Willy Wonka? Christopher Lloyd. You know whose going to watch it now? You.
Frequent Joss Whedon collaborator and Cabin in the Woods writer Drew Goddard recently did a Q&A with fans, and we learned some pretty cool stuff about the quirky horror film that (finally) could. The coolest? They were planning a videogame that sounds pretty freaking mind-blowing.
The DVD and Blu-ray release of Joss Whedon's quirky horror flick The Cabin in the Woods hit shelves this week, and we finally have a look at some of the behind-the-scenes features showing the carnage in action. Luckily, Whedon was kind enough to give us a guided death tour. Obviously, spoilers ahead for Cabin in the Woods!
Reciting Latin phrases from a dusty book is never a good idea in horror flicks. Lots of bad stuff can happen, including uncontrollable giggling—as shown in this clip included in the Blu-ray release of Joss Whedon's Cabin In The Woods.
With the release of Joss Whedon's long delayed horror flick Cabin in the Woods finally just a few weeks away, more and more trailers are starting to leak out for the genre-busting scare-fest.
To say Joss Whedon's (The Avengers) upcoming horror flick, Cabin in the Woods, has been a long time coming would be a major understatement, as it's been on the shelf since 2009. But now, with the release finally just a few weeks away, Whedon and director Drew Goddard have opened up about why it took so darn long for Cabin to see the light of day.
Has anything good ever come from playing truth or dare? We don't think so and the kids from Cabin in the Woods are about to learn that the hard way. In the following clip, they fall prey to one of the oldest tricks in the (horror) book.