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The Cabin in the Woods: The Official Movie Novelization by Tim Lebbon
To ask other readers questions about The Cabin in the Woodsplease sign up. Be the first to ask a question about The Cabin in the Woods. Lists with This Book. This isn’t really a review, noevlization a whole bunch of movie gifs and th.
My love for this movie might just have something to do with me rating this book so high. I mean come on, the movie is so fucking good. How can you not like a movie that has: And don’t forget evil gods!! Seriously, it feels like this movie was made for ME. It has basically ever Warning: It has basically everything I love.
It’s not just another horror movie where five friends go into the woods and are killed one by one. It’s so much more than that. This is probably one of my favorite cwbin novelizations ever. It’s just like the movie, but I love how you get more background on all the characters and more info about the gods.
When I first watched the movie I honestly thought they were supposed to be together, not Holden and Dana. In the book he seemed more like a perv. Their parts were my favorite in the book. Especially the passages where you are in Marty’s head and you find out he has feelings for Dana.
I guess I’m slightly obsessed with those two together. If I directed the movie I would have had Marty confess how he feels about her at the end and have them kiss or something. That’s just me though. I wasn’t going to add this to my favorites shelf due to the fact that I love the movie and all, but fuck it.
D I recommend this to anyone who has seen the movie and loved it just as much as I did. As a matter of fact, I’m going to stop typing nonsense and watch the movie again. View all 3 comments. I watched the film quite a while ago and must say that I don’t remember a great deal about it, just that it was weird, wacky, out there and pretty difficult to follow.
[Book Review] ‘The Cabin in the Woods’ Companion and 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 novelizaation 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 pret I watched the film quite a while ago and must say that I don’t remember a great deal about it, just that it was weird, wacky, out there and pretty difficult to follow.
Others may find it weird as the film and book are pretty much the same but Noveilzation enjoyed the book so much more, I connected to the characters more and I found it easier to follow.
At first glance this may seem like your average ‘been done novelizqtion horror novel but that’s far from the truth Although a little slow to start it soon picked up to a nice fast pace with twists and turns and plenty of gore!
It’s not the noveluzation horror I’ve read but I still enjoyed it very much. There’s just one thing I wooods have to mention and it’s totally my own personal feelings but I have minor OCD and so the constant ending of sentences in the middle made me have twitchy face.
I know the incomplete sentences were used cabln effect but it just didn’t work for me, I like my sentences completed more often than not and it just happened too many times that it started to affect my enjoyment. Apart from that this is a really good horror novel and I would recommend it to all horror fans. After some initial trepidation I quite enjoyed this book. Trepidation because I found the characters annoying haha. I liked how it kept you guessing Well, I suppose all of the above to some degree but it was a whole lot more, nogelization interesting revelations and twists!
The payoff at the end was great.
I did watch the first 40 minutes or so of the movie in tandem with reading but now I look forward to watching the rest: Mar 13, Jaimie rated it it was amazing. The best horror novel I’ve read in forever! I’ve been looking forward to this movie for way over a year now and when I heard there was a novelization, I knew I just had to read it.
The Cabin in the Woods: The Official Movie Novelization
And I was not disappointed. Teens going into the woods and getting hacked up by some killer. I’m wiods that’s what a lot of people thought. But fuck, everyone was far from the truth! This is one of the most fucked up and crazy books I’ve read! I th The best horror novel I’ve read in forever! I thought Slice of Cherry by Dia Reeves was messed novelizatoin but this definitely took the cake. The deaths were gory, the “things” – as I’ll call them – were terrifying and the characters were awesome!
Dana and Marty being my favourites. I’ve still to the see the movie, but after reading this I know it’s going to be awesome.
And it seems like it is. Critics are praising this movie and the rating on IMDb is high. I’m definitely looking forward to seeing it. If you wanna see the movie, or novepization already seen it, read the book. It’s a lot of fun.
May 18, Scott novleization it really liked it Xabin It’s an all-too-familiar story: Only in this case, you don’t.
No, I can’t tell you why. Only that there’s much more beneath the surface. I don’t normally read movie novelizations but this one’s by Tim Lebbon, one of the current greats, and though I’ve been very excited to see the film I don’t know when I’ll get t It’s an all-too-familiar story: I don’t normally read movie novelizations but this one’s by Tim Lebbon, one of the current greats, and though I’ve been very excited to see the film I don’t know when I’ll get to it.
It’s a real page-turner. Since I novelizayion seen the film, I can’t say how close the novel is, but I wonder if they went with a different It turns every horror movie cliche on its head, and horror movie fans will have fun spotting references dabin other movies. Oct 09, Jessica rated it it was ok Shelves: It was a fun read, but there were some things that could have been tweaked.
You could tell the author was from the UK, Americans don’t usually say things like windscreen and torch. There were some missed opportunities when it came to the POV changes. Like, why would he write Dana watching her friends explore the basement? There should have been quick paragraphs from the differing POVs.
I wonder what they would have had to use to summon the vagina dentata woman. Jul 15, Darren Hayes added it. Cabin In the Woods I recently took the time to read the movie novelization of the same tilted film which was written by best selling author Tim Lebbon.
Of course as a movie this was advertised as something new and something fresh. The book also takes this approach with little detail of what the book is about on the rear cover. Which is always refreshing to see something want to do something different especially when this item has something to do with the one and only Joss Whedon. This novel sta Cabin In the Woods I recently took the time to read the movie novelization of the same tilted film which was written by best selling author Tim Lebbon.
Your basic cast over all you figure you know who is going to get it and who is going to make it out alive and that the plot line is pretty much them just getting killed off.