It’s been a ridiculously long wait, but The Cabin In the Woods is finally about to hit theaters near you. In case there’s still any doubt in your mind if you should go see it, here’s our review and here’s the film’s Rotten Tomatoes page showing a score over 90%. That’s high for any movie let alone a genre mash-up like this one.

And to tempt you even further we’ve got a giveaway that like the movie combines the very cool and the very funny into a couple of awesome prize packs.

Check below for the details on the prizes, but if you’re wondering what you need to do to enter… it’s pretty damn simple. What is your favorite movie featuring a cabin in the woods? It doesn’t need to be a horror film either, so even something like the Chevy Chase/Goldie Hawn classic Seems Like Old Times totally counts. But you can’t use it because I just said it.

We’ll be picking two lucky winners, and while most of the prizes below are fairly straightforward you’ll have to trust us that the telescoping bong will make more sense once you’ve seen the movie.

1 Grand Prize 
(1) Bong
(1) Poster
(1) Visualization “Movie Tie-in” Books
(1) Novelization
(1) Signed Poster
1 Runner Up
(1) Poster
(1) Bong
(1) Shirt


The Cabin In the Woods opens April 13th. The contest ends April 18th.

Here’s our giveaway fine print:

Winners must live in the United States and have a valid mailing address. Winners will be chosen on April 18th and contacted shortly afterward to claim their winnings. Please ensure that your email address, Twitter profile or Disqus profile are attached to your comment below. We will need to get in touch with you, should you win.

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