I saw Cabin in the Woods!!
Sent: Monday, April 30, 2012 11:32 AM
WHAT DID YOU THINK?!?!?!
Sent: Monday, April 30, 2012 11:50 AM
Like Hellraiser and the Japanese horror films and Pennywise, zombies, all of it.
Sent: Monday, April 30, 2012 11:53 AM
Sent: Monday, April 30, 2012 11:54 AM
I know, it was great! But a giant red button?!
Was it sad that I got nostalgic about Fornicus (with the puzzle blocks?)
Sent: Monday, April 30, 2012 1:33 PM
what the fuck is a fornicus? the hell raiser rip off guy?
LOL he had a sad face. lmao like, man, I would’ve loved to let my box open you up and shred off your skin. *sigh*
That movie was fuckdiculously well made.
And yes the characters were right outta scooby doo, but really, who doesnt love scooby doo?
I liked the part where the virgin is violently getting her ass kicked and the company is just talking, laughing celebrating…
The asian ghost was freaky lmao. damn dead asians get my ass every time.
So I saw the movie, there were parts where I was geniunely terrified and did the whole hand over the eye but peeping through fingers thing. Went to bed fine.
Who had nightmares about redneck zombies in her house? ME.
Sent: Monday, April 30, 2012 1:57 PM
I didn’t think it was scary at all, but really funny. He did have massive sad face.
I DID have a nightmare though about a Deadpool like mercernary coming into the house… that was weird and kind of not relevant
But yea, I dunno , it was kind of like Scooby doo… (other than obvious shaggy)
Funny thing about Pinhead… that’s the not the first time I had a Clive Barker nightmare. It was after I read the Damnation Game.
But yea …. I also thoroughly enjoyed the Unicorn with the magical music playing
Sent: Monday, April 30, 2012 2:04 PM
um, more than shaggy… lol
smart redhead – velma
dumb blond – daphne
hottie chris hemsworth/ jock- fred
hottie jesse williams/loyal friend – Scooby
big ass RV/ mystery machine
The merman was pretty damn cool.
To: lela Sent: Monday, April 30, 2012 2:05 PM
Wait the HOTTIE was SCOOBY?!!
Sent: Monday, April 30, 2012 2:47 PM
yeah. but still, can’t say you didnt see it either… it was a really really good film
And I was happy that Shaggy made it.
Sent: Monday, April 30, 2012 4:22 PM
Have you seen this?
Alien Beast – Generic reference to alien creatures. (ex. Alien). [Bet on by Bio-Med]
Ancient Ones – Generic reference to god-like beings such as Titans and Lovecraftian Elder Things.
Angry Molesting Tree – Specific reference to The Evil Dead (source: Kristen Connolly). [Bet on by Wranglers]
Bloody Bride (Possibly Summoned by Wedding Dress) – Possible reference to The Bloody Bride of 13 Curves Road. [Bet on by Digital Analysis]
Clown – Generic reference to killer clowns (ex. It). [Bet on by Electric]
Deadites – Specific reference to The Evil Dead franchise. [Bet on by Story Dept]
Demon – Generic demonic reference (ex. Night of the Demons).
Dismemberment Goblins – Seen on the betting board and listed on credits.
Doll Faces (Possibly summoned by matching doll face masks in basement)- Specific reference to The Strangers.
Dragonbat – Unique creation (ex. Graveyard Shift). (Source: Script)
Escaped Prisoners –
Evil Surgeons – Generic reference to evil medical staff (ex. House on Haunted Hill)
Fat Zombie – Seemingly specific reference to Boomers from Left 4 Dead.
Giant – Generic fantasy reference (ex. Trolljegeren).
Giant Cobra – Generic reference to Giant Monster/Eco-Terror films (ex. King Cobra). [Bet on by Internal Logistics]
Giant Spider – Generic reference to Giant Monster/Eco-Terror films (ex. Eight Legged Freaks).
Hell Lord aka Fornicus, Lord of Bondage and Pain (Summoned by Puzzle Orb) – Specific reference to Cenobites from Hellraiser. [Bet on by Sitterson]
Japanese Floaty Girl (Kiko) – Generic reference to Japanese Yurei films (ex. The Grudge & The Ring.)
Kevin – Seen on betting board. (Possible reference to Sin City or a sly reference to Friday the 13th).
Kraken – Generic fantasy reference (ex. 20000 Leagues Under the Sea).
Merman (Summoned by Conch) – Generic fantasy reference (ex. Creature from the Black Lagoon). [Bet on by Hadley”>Hardware
Mummy – Generic reference to mummies (ex. The Mummy). [Bet on by Psychologists]
Mutants – Generic reference to mutants (ex. Wrong Turn). [Bet on by Demolition]
Patience Buckner – Specific reference to Alessa from Silent Hill.
Reptilicus – Seen on betting board. Direct reference to Reptilicus.
Sasquatch / Wendigo / Yeti – Seen on betting board. (ex. Abominable).
Scarecrow Folk – Generic reference to Killer Scarecrow subgenre (ex. Dark Night of the Scarecrow). [Bet on by Data Archives]
Sexy Witches – Seen on betting board (ex. The Craft). [Bet on by Archives]
Snowman – Seen on betting board (ex. Jack Frost). [Bet on by Communications]
Sugar Plum Fairy aka Ballerina Dentata (Summoned by Music Box) – Unique creation (source: Drew Goddard).
Twin Girls aka Grady’s Daughters- Specific reference to The Shining.
Unicorn – Generic fantasy reference.
Vampires – Seen on betting board (ex. Vampires). [Bet on by Distribution]
Werewolf – Generic werewolf genre reference (ex. The Wolf Man). [Bet on by Finance]
Witches – Generic witch genre reference (ex. Darkness Falls). [Bet on by Operations]
Wraiths – Generic ghost genre reference (ex. 13 Ghosts).
Zombie Redneck Torture Family aka the Buckners (Summoned by Diary) – Mash-Up of Zombie, Torture, & Killer Family films. [Bet on by Maintainence & Ronald the Intern]
Zombies – Generic Zombie genre reference (ex. Night of the Living Dead).
Sent: Tuesday, May 01, 2012 12:32 PM
That is the most amazing list I have ever seen. I loved it when I saw it in the movies! And even more at the end, when you got to see them all!
From: mickey To: lela
Sent: Tuesday, May 1, 2012 12:37 PM
I KNOW!… thoughI had to wonder what Kevin was when I saw it.
At first I thought he was like Chucky… but maybe he’s more like Jason.
He doesn’t address “The Huron” either. I tried to look it up, but only came up with this:
but this part is interesting:
The Huron believed that the chief cause of disease and death was a monstrous serpent, that lived under the earth. By touching a tuft of hair, a feather, or a fragment of bone, with a portion of his flesh or fat, the sorcerer imparted power to it of entering the body of his victim, and gradually killing him. It was an important part of the doctor’s function to extract these charms from the vitals of his patient.–Ragueneau, Relation des Huron, 1648, 75.
Sent: Tuesday, May 01, 2012 12:45 PM
I read an article dont remember which one, but i think kevin was an inside joke.
this mentions both Kevin and The Huron.
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