If you only see one film this year about human sacrifice, for Jesus' sake, don't let it be "The Hunger Games."
Tension between city folk and hillbillies is just one of the fun elements of "The Cabin in the Woods."
The story is very familiar. We follow a group of young people on a retreat into the woods where death and dismemberment awaits them.
The twist is the entire scenario is being controlled by a bunch of people in a lab.
Richard Jenkins and Bradley Whitford play the puppet masters who crack jokes like a sadistic Waldorf and Statler.
Seeing "The Cabin in the Woods" is the most fun I've had watching a movie in a very long time.
After years of a disturbing uptick in PG-13 horror movies, the horrific violence, profanity, nudity and sex in the film is more than welcome.