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.
So, essentially, we’re watching a crummy horror film make itself, with sly commentary from the peanut gallery. The effect is sort of like Scream crossed with that final sequence from Woody Allen’s Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex (But Were Afraid to Ask).
Neil Barsky’s "Koch" Keeps It Light