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Eric Brainard 2 years ago
Go to the hospital? No, lock her in the shed. What? Make more awful choices? Ok. Poor.
Michael Cole 3 years ago
It's like Outbreak, except bad.
Fabio Augusto Vanegas Bovea over 4 years ago
I am watching
Fabio Vanegas over 4 years ago
I am watching
Christopher Leno almost 6 years ago
Pretty grim outbreak style horror.
Gavin Klein over 6 years ago
If you haven't seen it, you need to.
Shane Slime 7 years ago
Really funny. I prefer the silly "horror" films like this.
Benjamin Featherston over 7 years ago
Both cheesy and scary with several unsettling scenes. A horror classic.
Little B Anne almost 8 years ago
I can watch Cabin Fever and all its campy fun and goodness so many times! One of my fav's
JustinMFnTime almost 2 years ago
Sara Moran 2 years ago
Deborah Peacock over 2 years ago
Miranda Wright almost 3 years ago
cyrax36 almost 3 years ago
Mandy Allen over 3 years ago
Dan over 3 years ago
Steven Jv over 3 years ago
Chad Nauman 4 years ago
Cabin Fever is a 2002 American horror comedy film about a group of college graduates who rent a cabin in the woods and begin to fall victim to a flesh-eating virus. The film was the directing debut of filmmaker Eli Roth, who co-wrote the film with Randy Pearlstein. The inspiration for the film's story came from a real life experience during a trip to Iceland when Roth developed a skin infection. The film's title is a double entendre, referring both to the phenomenon, which is seen in the declining of the student's friendships, and also to the illness spreading through the cabin, although fever is not one of the disease's symptoms. Roth wanted the style of his film to make a departure from many modern horror films that had been released in recent years. One modern horror film, The Blair Witch Project, did inspire Roth to use the internet to help promote the film during its production and help gain interest towards its distribution. The film itself, however, draws from many of Roth's...
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