'Cabin In The Woods': How To Avoid Spoilers

'Cabin In The Woods': How To Avoid Spoilers
The anti-spoiler talk around "The Cabin in the Woods" has almost reached self-parody at this point. Twitter user @williambgoss summed it up perfectly when he wrote "You guys probably shouldn't see The Cabin in the Woods this weekend. It's Full of Cabin in the Woods spoilers."

But all this talk of spoilers is there for a reason. Rarely has the effect of a film relied so heavily on discovering its secrets as the writers intended. Joss Whedon and director Drew Goddard pieced together a brilliantly twisted story that deserves the level of secrecy it has.

So if you're looking to avoid spoilers before checking out "The Cabin in the Woods" this weekend, we've put together a helpful guide.

Avoid negative reviews

A few writers, including Devin Faraci over at Badass Digest, have pointed out that not only do most of the negative reviews of "Cabin in the Woods" spoil the movie's best surprise,
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