Cabin Fever

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Lion's Gate Home Entertainment delivers one big wallop of a package for Eli Roth's love-it-or-hate-it splatter epic, Cabin Fever. Forgoing the usual over-hyped two-disc "special" editions out there, this lean one disc delivers the all the bloody goods (and then some) for all of you aficionados in DVD-land. As far as extras go, the first thing you have to mention is the five feature-length audio commentaries. Considering how many companies skimped out and just edited together multiple commentary tracks during this...
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Lion's Gate Home Entertainment delivers one big wallop of a package for Eli Roth's love-it-or-hate-it splatter epic, Cabin Fever. Forgoing the usual over-hyped two-disc "special" editions out there, this lean one disc delivers the all the bloody goods (and then some) for all of you aficionados in DVD-land. As far as extras go, the first thing you have to mention is the five feature-length audio commentaries. Considering how many companies skimped out and just edited together multiple commentary tracks during this time, you have to respect this disc for throwing it all on the line and including all five -- each of which is immensely entertaining. The madness begins with Roth's solo track, which is a doozy! His commentary is never boring and abounds with Tarantino-like references -- the director comes across as exactly the type of hilarious horror geek that the film's hype made him out to be. It's perfect, then, that he's the moderator for the rest of the tracks, including one with the guys in the cast, another with the girls, one that consists of him and members of the crew, and, finally, one just with Boy Meets World star Rider Strong (who, as the DVD put it, talked so much they had to move him to his own track). Amazingly, none of it feels like filler, and with so many moments of brilliance (Roth's call to his old N.Y.U. film professor is genius), the five tracks add to up hours of entertainment for those brave enough for the task. If you hop on over to the special features, there's more fun waiting for you, starting with a brand-new cut of the film called the Family Version (great for a laugh or two), while the Chick-Vision feature blocks the image whenever something frightening is about to happen -- a neat (albeit throwaway) idea that more or less just adds another silly bonus to the list of features. For those behind-the-scenes lovers out there, head straight to the "Beneath the Skin" documentary. Clocking in at 30 minutes, the featurette contains on-set footage and numerous interviews that show off the relaxed set and detail some of the smaller production elements that weren't covered quite as much in the commentaries (though don't be surprised if there's some overlapping information). The Pancakes special feature shows more of Matthew Helms' outrageous kung fu abilities (further proof that Roth needs to shoot an action flick starring the young blonde one very soon), while the Rotten Fruit section has three segments from the hilarious gore-filled stop-motion series created by Roth and Noah Belson. Technically, picture quality is superb and the disc's 5.1 Dolby Surround track (along with the standard stereo track) is equally fantastic, creating depth in the darkest reaches of the score and atmospheric sound mix. All in all, it's a disc worth shouting about, and one that will keep you busy for a long time to come. Also released in a regular edition that does not feature the holographic slipcover.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Director's Shorts: The Rotten Fruit; Five feature-length commentaries; "Beneath the Skin: The Making of Cabin Fever"; Family-Friendly Version; Pancakes!; Chick-Vision; Trailers
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Michael Hastings
The recipient of an inordinate amount of hype after a bidding war made it one of the hot buys at the 2002 Toronto Film Festival, Eli Roth's quickie horror comedy may be a notch sicker than the average studio shocker -- and righteously so -- but don't mistake its lame stabs at humor for anything resembling actual wit. Cabin Fever seems less like an homage to Night of the Living Dead and The Evil Dead -- as some critics have suggested -- and more like a facsimile of those films' many rip-offs. Although the laughs don't come from the Scream school of self-aware in-jokes, Roth still indulges in facile ironies. He can't zero in on what his script's horrific flesh-eating virus is supposed to represent: Fever's coed campers are sex-obsessed, but the film isn't about hormonal horror; and though the main characters are full of anti-outsider, anti-rural-bumpkin vitriol, the movie shares their classist, myopic point-of view. Of course, subtext wouldn't matter if the film were genuinely scary, but Roth consistently undercuts the suspense with disingenuous splatter and throwaway ethnic gags that would have seemed dated in 1981. As far as 2003 virus pictures go, there's no question Roth's is better than the big-budget debacle Dreamcatcher, but one need only look to Danny Boyle's shot-on-the-cheap offering 28 Days Later for proof of Cabin Fever's inadequacies.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/20/2004
  • UPC: 031398110859
  • Original Release: 2002
  • Rating:

  • Source: Lions Gate
  • Region Code: 1
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:32:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jordan Ladd Karen
James DeBello Bert
Rider Strong Paul
Joey Kern Jeff
Cerina Vincent Marcy
Arie Verveen The Hermit
Giuseppe Andrews Deputy Winston
Eli Roth Justin
Richard Boone Fenster
Robert Harris Old Man Cadwell
Matthew Helms Dennis
Brandon Johnson Ray Shawn
Tim Parati Andy
Jay Aaseng Sir Chug-a-lot
Joe Adams Killer
Evan Astrowsky helpless bystander
Noah Belson Guitar Man
Luke Blackwood Dennis Double
Matt Cappiello Troubadour
Julie Childress Beautiful Wife
Hal Courtney Tommy
Jeff Evans Happy Wednesday Band
Jana Farmer Lemonade Girl
Philip Fox Evil Deputy
Sam Froelich Doctor 1
Richard Fullerton The Sheriff
J.K. Godbold Happy Wednesday Band
Donald Lee Hall Jr. Shooter
Michael Harding Shotgun Casey
Mike Hill Happy Wednesday Band
Jeff Hoffman Victim
Paige Hunter Underage Girl
Darcy Jo Martin Shiloh's Girlfriend
Dean Masserman Victim, Mr. Mom
Jessica Masserman Winston's Date
Doug McDermott Harmonica Man
Dalton McGuire Lemonade Boy
Jeremy A. Metcalf Shooter
Mark Morse Shocked Guy
John Neff Victim
Nancy Neff Victim
Michael Reardon Victim
Jeff Rendell Fake Shemp
Rock Doctor Mambo, The Dog
Cherie Rodgers Cadwell's Crush
Adam Roth The Happy Bald Guy
Gabriel Roth and the Mirrors Shooter
Mark Schwarz Hospital Attendant
Matthew Schwarz The Bad Influence
Shana Schwarz Hospital Hottie
Jessica Shortkoff Cat Hat Girl
Heather Simmons Shocked Girl
Shiloh Strong Shiloh
Bill Terrell Happy Wednesday Band
Richard Terrell Happy Wednesday Band
Tommy Terrell Doctor P. Frink, Doctor 2
Gino Vincent Cerina's Brother
Dante Walker Shemp
Christy Ward The Hog Lady
Glenn Weisberger Victim
Roy Wood Victim
Technical Credits
Eli Roth Director, Original Story, Producer, Screenwriter
Joe Adams Casting
Evan Astrowsky Producer
Chad Atkinson Makeup Special Effects
Angelo Badalamenti Score Composer
Nathan Barr Score Composer
Berger EFX Group Makeup Special Effects
Jordan Beswick Casting
Jeffree Bloomer Sound Mixer
Connie Cadwell Makeup Special Effects
Paloma Candelaria Costumes/Costume Designer
Angelo Carbone Production Designer
Franco-Giacomo Carbone Production Designer
Mitzi Corrigan Casting
Corrigan & Johnston Casting Casting
Bruce Cowen Co-producer
Ayo Davis Casting
Susan Deweese Asst. Director
Ryan Folsey Editor
Robert Freitas Makeup Special Effects
Sam Froelich Producer
Beth Hathaway Makeup Special Effects
Jeffrey D. Hoffman Executive Producer
Susan Jackson Executive Producer
Scott Kevan Cinematographer
Lou Kiss Makeup Special Effects
Kurtzman Makeup Special Effects
Michael Lauer Co-producer
Harrison Lorenzana Makeup Special Effects
Michael McCarty Makeup Special Effects
Katrina Migliore Costumes/Costume Designer
Lauren Moews Producer
Nicotero Makeup Special Effects
Scott Patton Makeup Special Effects
Randy Pearlstein Screenwriter
Ben Rittenhouse Makeup Special Effects
Shannon Shea Makeup Special Effects
Al Tuskes Makeup Special Effects
Steven M. Weiss Sound Mixer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Infected Dog [3:55]
2. Paul Meets Dennis [3:25]
3. Old Man Cadwell [2:26]
4. The Cabin [3:09]
5. Squirrel Hunting [2:41]
6. Lenny Mead's Bowling Alley Massacre [5:40]
7. Smoking With Grim [6:04]
8. Burn the Hermit [4:19]
9. The Hog Lady [3:20]
10. Deputy Winston [6:35]
11. What to Do... [3:54]
12. Red Love [3:27]
13. The Shed [1:48]
14. Bert Loses the Bet [4:54]
15. Karen Falls Apart [2:58]
16. Pancakes [1:12]
17. "It's Like Being on a Plane..." [5:44]
18. The Reservoir [2:12]
19. Leg Shaving [3:24]
20. "This Ain't Christian" [2:03]
21. Grim's Cave [1:39]
22. Venison Truck [1:16]
23. Winston's Underage Booze Party [3:33]
24. The Hospital [2:28]
25. "I Made It" [3:31]
26. Lemonade [2:14]
27. Credits [4:04]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play
   Scene Selection
   Set Up
      English 5.1 Surround
      English Dolby Surround
      Commentaries
         Director's Commentary
         Commentary With the Guys
         Commentary With the Girls
         Commentary With the Filmmakers
         Commentary With Rider Strong
         Credits
         Play Feature
      Subtitles
         English for the Hearing Impaired
         Spanish
         None
   Special Features
      Family Version
      Chick-Vision
         Chick-Vision: On
         Chick-Vision: Off
      The Rotten Fruit
         Battle of the Bands
         Snackster
         Room Service
         Play All
      Beneath the Skin
      Pancakes
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    i remember it and its very scary

    you might remember Rider Strong from the 90's sitcom Boy Meets World but he became an adult doing a scary film in 2002 the movie Cabin Fever about a bunch of teens by a cabin getting killed sorta like Friday The 13th but probably much better im starting to enjoy horror movies im sure i'll enjoy this one

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    woah.

    Talk about lots of blood/gore. Bit much. But its a horror movie--theres suppsoed to be a lot of blood. Dont watch if you get queasy. Overall this was an ok movie--gave me a few scares. And there was a few funny moments too.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    seen it three times now!

    When i was introduced to this film, it had been a long time since i had actualy enjoyed a newer horror flick. this one hit home. I enjoyed how hatefull and angry the teenagers were. Reminded me of a couple of my friends and alot of people i know. It was just gory enough especially when the girl was shaving her legs and flesh just came right off her leg. Definately one of my favorites

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Amazing

    Amazing movie about AIDS. It might take you a while to figure it out, but the movie is worth you money. Eli Roth did an amazing debut.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    When bad gets worse!

    I have to say that this was one of the worst attempts at a horror movie I have seen in a very long time. Not only was it not scary, but the storyline and characters were horrible. If you dare attempt to make it through this movie the last scene before the credits will surely re-affirm what I have told you. If only I could put less then a star!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I got fever after watching this!

    The movie Cabin Fever is not scary and not gross, but funny. I expected more on the flesh eating virus, I thought the people were going to die like the Nazis in Raiders Of The Lost Ark. It was great to see the moron with the gun shooting at some bum.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Horrible, just horrible, and not in a good way...

    This has got to be one of the worst horror movies I've ever seen. I was actually rooting for the illness because the campers were stupid and they deserved to die. It would've been scarier if I could've cared for the characters.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Best Horror Film of All Time

    Cabin Fever was by far the most fantastically scary, bloody, and entertaining as a horror movie could get. The basic idea is friends go camping and they get a flesh eating disease that kills them off one at a time. While this is all going on the characters in this movie are freaking you out too. And what makes this movie so scary is that it takes place in remote woods. Don't watch this if you are home alone, out camping, or easily disturbed by blood or horrifing images. Ladies and Gentleman this is the greatest horror movie of all time forget all the other ones. This should have won all of the oscars and then some. Oh yeah, there is somehot girls in this for all of you guys.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    What the heck?

    This is a terrible horror film is it suppose to scare you or something, I have to admit the gore effects were pretty entertaining, but it was mostly acting like one of the South park episodes.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    This movies is hot

    This is a must see movies. Just dont drink the water in the woods when u go camping

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    ENTERTAINING AND FUN!

    This movie is great! Not really scary, but very entertaing and funny! I recommend this to any horror movie fan.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    This movie is HIGHLY recommended.

    This movie I liked a lot. It really kept my attention,I couldnt keep my eyes off the screen. It was funny, gory, weird and as scary as a movie could get. I had to sleep with the lights on and since im a horror movie FANATIC that is rare! Watch it,buy it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    this movie rocked!!

    this was the most clever horror movie i've ever seen. it kept me on my toes (unlike most horror films). it was scary as heel and GROSS!!!! Loved it!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    terrible excuse for a movie

    honostly i don't even know why i am waisting my time wrighting this review. This movie was absolutly terrible. I never want to see it again. It was literaly painful to sit through this movie. I really hated it. It was not scary, it was not thrilling, it just was not a good movie. Although the acting in the movie was very good it is covered up by it's lame plot. They try to improve the movie by filing it with sex seans and drugs but that didn't help. Don't even waist your time to rent this.Don't even pick up the box to read about it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Terror in the Flesh....

    Five college students were on Spring break, and they decided to rent a cabin that was surrounded by forest and also contained a lake nearby. Everthing seemed to be going fine till a diseased man came knocking on their door. First, they slammed the door shut, frightened, frightened that the disease the man contained might be contagious. The man went too far when he tried stealing their truck, so they went after him with everything they had. They also noticed that the man's skin was eating itself. One of the cautious kids accidentally set the man on fire where the man fled to the lake and jumped in to try to stop his flesh from burning anymore than it was (where he decapatated). Now the lake was poluted with diseased water that if it were to touch your lips your skin will automatically start to eat itself in a day period, and the kids are unaware of this; unaware of the poisonious water. The worst thing is, the lake gave the kids their water supplies (like showers/tubs and sinks), and if one kid catches it, chances are more will......

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