A trip to the countryside goes very awry in the world premiere piece The Cabin in the Woods. From the outside, it's a lovely old rustic cabin. Inside, however... well that's a different story… there's something unusual about those walls…
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Definitely. Aside from it being a quick listen for shorter drives, it's easily become a favorite short of mine.
I really like that the scenes were given time. There are some bits where dialogue isn't anything more than grunts and groans - and to some they may seem to go on too long - but I liked it because it gave me tons of time to get lost in what was happening and not miss anything that was being said. Make sense?
In other words, I'd get wrapped up in the drama going on that has to be imagined that as soon as I realized I should get back to paying attention to what these folks were saying I still had time to focus on their dilemma again and not miss a thing. No rushing always helps with painting a picture for the listener in my opinion.
Just a wringing out of my brain when it was over. Had to come back to Earth!
As I mention in every Audiocomics Company review, the production was stellar. But there was one tiny element of opposites at the very end - and I won't say what it is - that is so subtle it without question affirms the notion of suspension of disbelief.
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