The Cabining (2014)

Unrated   |    |  Comedy, Horror, Thriller


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Two horror screenwriters head to a remote artists' retreat seeking inspiration. Instead, each artist falls victim to increasingly gruesome deaths. The morbid atmosphere proves perfect for their writing, if they live to finish the script.


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  • LA Premiere of "The Cabining" at Dances with Films Film Festival. June 6, 2014.

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29 January 2015 | PhilmBuf1
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| Loved this movie! Sooo clever and funny!
This movie was pure brilliance! 10 out of 10 for sure! I saw "The Cabining" at the 2014 Dances with Films festival in Los Angeles and was blown away by this clever, sharp, and hilarious horror-comedy.

Since that time, I've been anxiously awaiting the DVD release, and just got my own copy from Amazon yesterday. Yay! I can't wait to share this film with my friends, who've heard me yapping enthusiastically about this "amazing indie horror-comedy flick" for several months. It's one great, big, fun-poking jab at the horror genre through the eyes of the bumbling writing team of Todd and Bruce, It riffs on a lot of horror clichés: a cabin in a woods, a who-done-it crime, creepy characters, etc, which are "just so derivative," because as Bruce says, "It's horror, of course it's derivative!" Great fun. Gotta love a film that simultaneously laughs at and celebrates its own wonderful horror genre.

Bo Keister, Mike Kopera, Melissa Mars, and Angela Relucio and the entire cast are great in their roles -- all are very, very talented. The writing is sharp, the production value impressive. I can't wait to see director Steve Kopera's next project, though it will be tough to top this film!

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