The Cabin in the Woods (2012)
A group of friends at a cabin retreat scratch the surface of something so massive and horrific that they can only begin to fathom it as time quickly runs out.
Genre: Horror,Thriller
Director: Drew Goddard
Release Date: April 13, 2012
Producers: Joss Whedon
Actors: Richard Jenkins,Bradley Whitford,Jesse Williams,Chris Hemsworth,Fran Kranz,Kristen Connolly,Anna Hutchison,Brian J. White,Amy Acker,Jodelle Ferland,Monique Ganderton,Terry Chen,Tom Lenk,Chelah Horsdal,Dan Payne,Adrian Holmes,Richard Cetrone
             
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