Joss Whedon co-wrote the script with Cloverfield screenwriter Drew Goddard , who also directed the film, marking his directorial debut. Whedon described the film as an attempt to revitalize the horror genre. He called it a "loving hate letter" to the genre, continuing:  I love being scared. Drew and I both felt that the pendulum had swung a little too far in that direction. The producers told them to commence work on December 15, , ahead of the official January 1, , start date.
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Maukora Jul 15, Darren Hayes added it. I loved the film and have enjoyed other books by the author and was expecting much better, even for a media tie-in.
We have a problem. Because I spotted it on a library shelf at just the right time, I actually read the book the same week I re-watched the film on novelizatio. Like, why would he write Dana watching her friends explore the basement? See all 31 reviews. My love for this movie might just have something to do with me rating this book so high. Now, I really enjoyed this! Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1.
It built up slowly at first, and exploded nicely across the page at key points, by the end of the book we were fairly racing along, and it really felt as though you were in a state of panic with the characters.
Could it be more cliche? Lists with This Book. I had no idea so I compared. How can you not like a movie that has: Oct 16, Shawn Edrei rated it it was ok.
The Cabin in the Woods: The Official Movie Novelization by Tim Lebbon Although a little slow to start it soon picked up to a nice fast pace with twists and turns and plenty of gore!
In the end I did complete it. The kids nivelization themselves in elevatorand they passed hundreds of enclosures on both sides! It was so funny and interesting and it made me ever more excited to read on! Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. TOP Related Posts.
The Cabin in the Woods: The Official Movie Novelization
I had no idea there was a book, so when I found it at the library I followed my faith that the book is always better than the film and decided to borrow it. Now, I really enjoyed this! Straight after I finished the book the film was on TV weird I had no idea so I compared. Others may find it weird as the film and book are pretty much the same but I enjoyed the book so much more, I connected to the characters more and I found it easier to follow. Although a little slow to start it soon picked up to a nice fast pace with twists and turns and plenty of gore! Apart from that this is a really good horror novel and I would recommend it to all horror fans.
The cabin in the woods : the official movie novelization
Tweet [As I am comparing the content of the film to the content of the tie-in books, some spoilers will inevitably result. Details lie beyond the break. The Cabin in the Woods was practically conceived as a cult classic, and the Visual Companion is aimed at fans that fell in love with the film from the very beginning. It begins with an exhaustive interview with Whedon and Goddard that stretches on for an interminable 40 pages. If anything, the interview is too exhaustive, as some questions are repeated using slightly different phrasing. The full screenplay follows, interspersed with cast photos, character pages, and anecdotes from the actors.