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That's the point. Arthur taking off the glasses while Cyrus still keeps visible shows that Cyrus wasn't a ghost at all. You seem to forget that Cyrus planned all this in advance. He wasn't dead at all and this whole story of him inheriting his house to his nephew was just a setup to get Arthur and his family into the house, since he needed Arthur and his ...


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If you mean how they are captured in general, then the beginning of the movie, which shows how they capture the Juggernaut at a junkyard, answers this perfectly. If you ask how all the others got captured in particular, then this cannot be answered since it isn't explained in the movie at all. But you can assume that the overall process was similar to the ...


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Reading a plot summary of Thirteen Ghosts it seems like the ghosts are trapped by inscriptions written on the glass, so there is nothing specifically important about the glass rooms (please correct). There is no indication in The Cabin in the Woods that the glass rooms had a similar confinement - the use of glass seems unimportant - perhaps other ...


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I believe that it had to do with her connection to them, since she was their mother/wife. None of the characters shared any similar connection to the ghosts. Also, Jean is the only one that died in a non-violent, non-demeaning manner. Yes, she died in a fire, but she was saving her family, not trying to murder them.


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From an interview with director and co-writer Drew Goddard: Question: Out of all the horror movies you've seen, pick one that you feel pushed your inspiration more than any other with "Cabin in the Woods". Drew Goddard: I don't know that I can pick one. Let me pick three. I'm gonna pick "The Thing", I'm going to pick "Dr. Strangelove", and I'm ...



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