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April 04 2012

When Minneapolis saw 'The Cabin in the Woods'. Bloody Disgusting readers give their reaction to the movie (they loved it).

I was there! It was a really fun film and the Q&A with Drew Goddard was awesome! I'm really excited to go see it again once it's released!
I saw it in DC and it was pretty great. Genuinely scary, but very funny too. The Q&A with Kristen Connolly and Fran Kranz afterward was really nice.
I just saw it in Berkeley, we had Q&A with Drew and Amy! It was so much fun; this movie 100% lives up to the hype. Let the year of Joss begin!
I'm so jealous; I don't have a facebook, so I couldn't nab tickets to see the showing in Berkeley! My back-up plans were pretty nice though; me and a friend went and saw a screening of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind instead, and oh, I do love that movie.

I will be there for CitW on opening night, oh yes.
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is amazing. Everybody should be required by law to see it.
Even though a large percentage of those people will hate it? Just poking the bear, gossi ;) I love it.

Thread related: I CANNOT wait until next Friday. Or Thursday at midnight, whenever I get to see CiTW first. :D
Oh wow, I really wasn't expecting it to get midnight showings... Bah, oh well I already have my Friday plans for it pretty set, just need a showtime...

I do however already have my Avengers midnight showing tickets a month in advance... >.> .... <.<
I was hoping to go see a sneak preview The Cabin in the Woods tonight up in Boulder, but we don't have enough gas and our money from our t-shirts won't be in for another few days. Darn!

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