Get a Good Look at The White Board from THE CABIN IN THE WOODS

     April 16, 2012


Since the filmmakers have made it known that they wish for people to go into The Cabin in the Woods as spoiler-free as possible, I’m going to be incredibly vague here on the front page.  Needless to say, if you’ve seen the movie then you’re aware of a certain White Board.  An image of The White Board has gone online, and we’ve got it after the jump for your viewing pleasure.  If you haven’t seen the movie, I highly, highly suggest you do so.  Director Drew Goddard and co-writer Joss Whedon have crafted a brilliant take on the horror genre that is some of the most fun you’ll have at the movies this year.

If you’ve seen The Cabin in the Woods, hit the jump to check out the image.  Again, spoilers for the film are obviously after the jump.

cabin-in-the-woods-richard-jenkins-bradley-whitfordOkay, I’m assuming you’ve seen The Cabin in the Woods if you’re here.  I’m also assuming that midway through the movie, when employees of “Evil Mission Control” (term courtesy of Matt Goldberg) are placing bets on which creature will be summoned in the cellar, your eyes were fixated on the White Board containing the names of some seriously cool monsters.  I was a little disappointed by the selection of Zombie Redneck Torture Family since we’d only be seeing some zombie humans…then the final act came.  I had the biggest smile on my face watching dismemberment goblins, a werewolf, a unicorn, and many more creatures wreak havoc on “Evil Mission Control.”  Now an image of said White Board has gone online from Titan’s new book Cabin in the Woods: The Official Visual Companion, giving us a chance to study just exactly which monsters we saw tearing those poor employees to pieces.

Here’s the image, courtesy of Badass Digest.  If you haven’t listened to the latest episode of Collider’s new podcast, The Collision, we talk about Cabin in the Woods quite extensively so I suggest you check it out.


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  • BeenBag

    easily the best horror flick since Evil dead. I cant wait to see it again.

  • Max

    I’m guessing that Kevin was the robot scorpion then?

    • Justin

      Kevin could be the Unicorn.

      • Angel of Death

        Nice guess, but “Unicorn” is listed on the right side under The Reanimated.

        I’m guessing Kevin’s either the robot or the giant spider.

      • jford3

        Kevin was cut from the movie. He is actually a nice guy “who seems like he might work at Best Buy” until he dismembers you.

  • Charles

    The only thing I hate about this movie was that there won’t be a sequel, and it has set the bar REALLY high for any horror movies to follow.

    • Ryan

      A prequel is always a possibility

    • HelghastUser

      Um….That’s actually a very good thing. It lessens the chance that a sequel would tarnish the memory of the previous movie before it. Just like Reboots, Re-Imagins and Remakes Sequels aren’t always a great thing…

      • Ryder

        That’s such a cliche’ thing to say.

        If you enjoyed a movie you enjoyed it.

        And if anything “tarnishes” your enjoyment then maybe you didn’t really enjoy it at all.

  • Hunter

    Haha whats a Kevin?

    • Jake

      In fact Kevin isn’t seen in the movie but Kevin is notorious for beating a nice guy who works at stores meets people goes to theirs homes and mutilates people in there own homes thats who Kevin is.

  • Ur mom

    Hunger Games is overrated. I was hoping for Cabin in the Woods to be #1. It got better review than Hunger Games. :-/

    • Ryder

      It’s not “overrated” and ratings don’t mean success, theres been some fantastic movies out there that bomb at the box office.

  • mee

    i was thinking kevin as a play off of ‘jason’

    • Fnuh

      Ah, good point! Maybe that’s it.

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  • ben

    Mee – I think you’re right.

    Where was the cenobite on that list though? Obviously the puzzle-sphere wielding, razor-blade-in-head guy was a parody of Pinhead, no?

    • LongPlay

      The Hellraiser copy is on the board as “Hell Lord,” however he is creditted as “Fornicus, Lord of Bondage and Pain.”

  • ben

    And yeah… best horror-comedy of *all time*

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  • Red

    Your all apparently wrong, I actually own the Cabin Visual Companion. And somewhere it states that Kevin is just Kevin, he was obviously based off Elijah Woods cannibal maniac character from Sin City. I remember in the book either Drew Goddard or Joss Whedon stating that Kevin was a normal looking guy walking, sees an injured guard. And then either Whedon or Goddard (I don’t remember who) literally stated something like after Kevin violently attacks the guard, afterwards “the guard is seen tarnished”.

  • blue

    Thought it was awful! Worst film I have ever seen. Definitely a waste of money for me going to see it. My boyfriend hated it too. Quote ‘Worst choice of my life, and I had highlights when I was younger!’

    • Jason

      With a sense of humor like that, I can totally see why he didn’t like it.

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