Cabin Fever is a 2002 Hollywood horror comedy film co-written and directed by Eli Roth. Cabin Fever was released in the United States on September 12, 2003; it landed at No. 3 during its opening weekend, grossing $8.3 million. Here you will find the details of Cabin Fever Movie Rating, Synopsis, Review.
Release Date: 2003 Genre: Virus Director: Eli Roth Screenwriter: Eli Roth, Randy Pearlstein
As in many teen horror movies, some college students rent a cabin in the woods to party! However this time the party will be compromised by the appearance of a deadly virus.
Having heard good things about this movie, I remember being very disappointed the first time I watched. The flesh-eating virus idea is a pretty innovative concept, and the overall movie is quite funny to watch too, but that does not compensate for the ultra-basic scenario and the highly predictable action. Pretty much all the things that you expect to happen actually happen at the exact moment you expect them to happen. It got better for me on the second watch, because I knew what to expect and concentrated on the fun of the gore instead of the story but still, despite being entertaining, the movie failed both time at captivating me. I would say that this is just another “teen in a cabin” movie…