The Stars of "Cabin in the Woods" Discuss the Pornification of Horror Movies

By Sean Burns
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KC: Yeah! Horrible!

FK: Oh, jeez. Well, I always thought it was kind of a neat idea that our movie is where horror movies come from. The surveillance is then compiled and produced and put on shelves in video stores. Although I guess those don’t exist anymore.

PW: Christ, I miss them.

KC: No more Blockbuster.

Read our review of "Cabin in the Woods" here.

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