Horror Movie A Day Review - The Cabin in the Woods


Usually when a film sits on a shelf for a year or more it's because it's a piece of shit that they don't know what to do with. But The Cabin In The Woods' delay had nothing to do with the film's quality - the studio just didn't have any money to release it. Originally produced at MGM, the film was rescued by Lionsgate and finally hits theaters three years after it was shot, and as a bonus, it does not feature the post-converted 3D that was originally planned (and the cause of one delay). Long story short - this delay has actually been a benefit.


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