First image from THE CABIN IN THE WOODS shows a bunch of kids in a cabin in the woods

James Wallace

by: James Wallace
July 6th, 2011

Bloody Disgusting got their bloody disgusting hands on the first still from THE CABIN IN THE WOODS, the directorial debut of CLOVERFIELD writer Drew Goddard co-written by he and Joss Whedon and starring Chris Hemsworth and Richard Jenkins.

If you think Hemsworth looks especially baby-faced in the photo, you would be absolutely correct. The film wrapped way back in 2009 but has been collecting dust ever since, first at MGM where it was added to their list of victims after the studio filing for Chapter 11. Now it resides at Lionsgate, who thankfully know what to do with a film of its caliber as they tend to be the studio of all horror studios. And when I say "of its caliber," that's because word on the streets of the World Wide Web is that it's pretty freaking phenomenal. Guess we'll finally find out when THE CABIN IN THE WOODS sees the light of day. Rumor has that will be around Halloween of this year.

Check out the first image from THE CABIN IN THE WOODS after the break, which basically just shows a bunch of kids in a cabin presumably in the woods.

The film is said to put a "twist on the classic young-people-stranded-in-the-woods horror trope" and centers around a group of college kids who end up at a eerie cabin. Richard Jenkins (LET ME IN) and Bradley Whitford (BILLY MADISON) supposedly play white-collar co-workers with a mysterious connection to the cabin. Other than that, not much is known.

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