Today’s Teenagers Need Better Fake IDs

If more kids were buying tickets for R-rated movies they weren’t old enough to see, big-budget gore-soaked spectacles in the action and horror genres would be more profitable.  In such a world, we might have Guillermo Del Toro’s At the Mountains of Madness, and we for damn sure wouldn’t have to put up with the total bullshit that is a PG-13-rated Die Hard.

Luckily, The Cabin In the Woods was made by men with a respect for gruesome grand guignol, and they had the resources to deliver a blood-spraying balls-to-the-wall nightmare epic that makes The Evil Dead II look like Uncle Vanya.

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