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Lightning Strikes Twice in Alex Keledjian's Hollow Body: Early Details

Tagline: "Re-born to be Wild." A few details are emerging for Alex Keledjian's Hollow Body. This thriller involves a struggling rock band. When the lead singer and her mother are struck by lightning, Rachel (Allie Gonino) lets loose an electrifying performance. The film stars: Luke Wilson, David Arquette and Ryan Donowho. This title was recently at the Cannes Film Festival. Now, a poster, stills and other promotional materials are available for this title. The official synopsis begins and ends with Rachel. She is apprehensive when performing in front of a crowd. Then, an act of God infuses here with new talents. But, she must kill again and again, to keep her supernatural singing voice going. Will a shady record exec' do the right thing? The first film poster puts Rachel front and center. Possibly a love triangle, Rick (Luke Wilson) and Jimmy (David Arquette) struggle over what to do with Rachel's new,
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Horror Channel announces 4 UK premieres for December

Friday nights on Horror Channel get bloody as the UK’s only dedicated TV destination for horror fans, ushers in four UK TV premieres for December, including a Christmas Day offering of Steven C. Miller’s demented Santa slasher Silent Night (review), which stars Malcolm McDowell and Jaime King. The other knuckle-whitening premieres are Kaare Andrew’s Cabin Fever 3: Patient Zero (review), Todd Levin’s home-invasion chiller Static and John Geddes much admired Zombie film Exit Humanity, with Brian Cox and Bill Mosely.

Fri 25 Dec @ 10.55pm – Silent Night (2012)

A remake of the horror classic Silent Night, Deadly Night, Malcolm McDowell and Jaime King star as a small-town sheriff and deputy on the hunt for a murderous Santa Claus terrorising their community on Christmas Eve. But with the streets full of Santas for the annual Christmas parade, the killer is hiding in plain sight. He’s made his list and
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L.A. Film Festival Exclusive: Family Tension Explodes In Clip From 'Weepah Way For Now' With Aly And Aj Michalka

A younger generation of viewers likely know siblings Aly and Aj Michalka from the stints on Disney television, or as the musical duo 78violet, but the sisters have taken a confident step into the world of indie filmmaking with "Weepah Way For Now." Inspired after watching Richard Linklater's "Before Midnight" to try something in a similar spirit, their effort arrives soon at the L.A. Film Festival and today we have an exclusive clip. Featuring an ensemble cast that includes the Michalkas along with Mimi Rogers, Dan Byrd, Amanda Crew, Madeline Zima, Liam Aiken, Jon Heder, Tyler Labine, Gil Bellows, Ryan Donowho, Gale Harold, Erin Cummings, plus narration by Saoirse Ronan, the story follows musical sisters Elle and Joy, who spend their last week before going on tour visiting friends and preparing for the going away party they intend to host. Their apprehensions about throwing the party is universally
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A Surprise Clip from Cabin Fever: Patient Zero

Who's ready for a new clip from Cabin Fever: Patient Zero? Get ready to spread the infection courtesy of Rlj/Image Entertainment. The third installment in the franchise is available on DVD and Blu-ray Now.

Read our positive Cabin Fever: Patient Zero review here and our negative Cabin Fever: Patient Zero review here!

Kaare Andrews directs from a script by Jake Wade Wall. Sean Astin, Currie Graham, and Ryan Donowho star.

Synopsis

A group of friends planned the perfect vacation in the Caribbean, but when they head ashore to explore a remote island, their ultimate bachelor weekend devolves into their worst nightmare. After an ill-fated swim in contaminated water, they stumble upon a seemingly abandoned research facility where a deadly, flesh-eating virus has been unleashed.

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Blu-ray Review – Cabin Fever: Patient Zero (Image)

We all remember the controversy that surrounded the production of Cabin Fever 2, where director Ti West was met with overwhelming studio-interference, to the point that he tried to have his name removed from the project. I don’t have the second film, but there is no denying that it is “bad”. Still, though it had a somewhat entertaining quality, even if it was a bastardized version of what it was originally intended. After that, there was always talk of a new sequel, and even a reboot, and now that a sequel has actually been produced, it seems as though, instead of making a film that connections to Patient Zero, like they originally intended, they’re going with a reboot of the series instead. Nevertheless, Patient Zero exists, so how does it stack up against the first two films? Well, it is definitely better than Spring Fever, but there is a catch.
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‘Cabin Fever – Patient Zero’ Review: Never Go Down on a Girl with a Flesh-Eating Virus, and Other Helpful Tips

A small outbreak of a nasty flesh-eating virus has left a single survivor, and now the scientists responsible for it all have turned Porter (Sean Astin) into a human lab rat. Having watched his only son melt in his arms, Porter’s far from a willing participant in the experimentation and instead just wants to return to his wife. Elsewhere on the island four friends have arrived for an impromptu bachelor party. Marcus (Mitch Ryan) is a day away from getting married, so when his brother Josh (Brando Eaton) and their friends Dobbs (Ryan Donowho) and Penny (Jillian Murray) suggest the overnight trip to a secluded island he finds it hard to resist. A brief swim along the shore reveals a curious absence of sea life, but that doesn’t interfere with diving of another sort back in the tent… and it’s not long before the dangers of island cunnilingus come very, very
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Cabin Fever: Patient Zero Blu-ray / DVD Us Release Date Announced

Viewers first saw the flesh-eating virus plague a group of friends in the woods in Eli Roth’s Cabin Fever, but the prequel shows that the virus has tropical origins. Cabin Fever: Patient Zero is currently available to watch on VOD platforms in the Us, and now Image Entertainment has announced a Blu-ray/DVD release date for the third installment in the flesh-eating franchise.

Cabin Fever: Patient Zero will come out in a Blu-ray/DVD combo and on DVD in the Us on September 2nd. No special features have been revealed at this time, but we’ll keep Daily Dead readers posted on further updates. Interested in learning more about the film? We have the official synopsis, trailer, and a look at the Blu-ray cover art (thanks to Amazon for the image!).

“A group of friends planned the perfect vacation in the Caribbean, but when they head ashore to explore a remote island,
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Cabin Fever: Patient Zero Makes a Date with Your Home Video Collection

Currently available through VOD platforms and in limited theaters, Cabin Fever: Patient Zero is getting ready to spread the infection to home video courtesy of Rlj/Image Entertainment. Look for the third installment in the franchise on DVD and Blu-ray September 1st.

In the meantime, read our positive Cabin Fever: Patient Zero review here and our negative Cabin Fever: Patient Zero review here!

Kaare Andrews directs from a script by Jake Wade Wall. Sean Astin, Currie Graham, and Ryan Donowho star.

Synopsis

A group of friends planned the perfect vacation in the Caribbean, but when they head ashore to explore a remote island, their ultimate bachelor weekend devolves into their worst nightmare. After an ill-fated swim in contaminated water, they stumble upon a seemingly abandoned research facility where a deadly, flesh-eating virus has been unleashed.

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Film Review: ‘Cabin Fever: Patient Zero’

Film Review: ‘Cabin Fever: Patient Zero’
Just in time for the latest Ebola outbreak comes “Cabin Fever: Patient Zero,” the second (but one doubts last) in-name-only sequel to Eli Roth’s 2002 cult hit about the scorched-earth path of a flesh-eating virus. Cheap enough to make Roger Corman wince and so strenuously serious (at least until someone gets their face smashed in with a giant dildo) that you pine for the “Mystery Science Theater” commentary track, “Patient Zero” brings the bad biological voodoo to the Dominican Republic, where unethical doctors and hard-partying tourists battle to escape an infected isle with their epidermises intact. Only the least discerning of gore hounds will have the patience to see who emerges victorious.

Until well past the hour mark, “Patient Zero” seem like two separate, equally uninspired riffs on Roth’s overhyped original, as if the filmmakers had started down one path, run aground, then started over again and haphazardly stitched together the results.
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Cabin Fever: Patient Zero - Five Fast Questions for Director Kaare Andrews

When Cabin Fever came out in 2002, it was a sensation among fans of freaky frights. The film packed more than a little punch with its own version of the karate kid, a leg shaving scene that set disposable razor sales back for a year, and a German Shepherd who made Cujo look like a lapdog.

Eli Roth’s Cabin Fever left a legacy hard to live up to, but of course a dumbed-down sequel was released. It was directed by Roth’s Bff Ti West, but one would never guess that after the studio heads got hold of it in the editing room and butchered it.

Regardless, the Cabin Fever name still carries weight so there is a prequel that's out now on demand and will be in theaters on August 1, 2014.

This time the story centers about the initial outbreak of the creeping virus. On a remote island, Patient Zero
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Cabin Fever: Patient Zero – The Review

Directed by Kaare Andrews. With Sean Astin, Currie Graham, Ryan Donowho.

I used to watch any horror movie I could put my hands on, back in the good old days of VHS. Going to the different tape rental outlets in St. Louis, (remember Mom and Pop video rental stores? St. Louis used to be full of them.)

Getting to see movies like Re-Animator or Scanners in a theater was a very special treat. I could even enjoy the by-the-numbers of a Friday the 13th or Halloween entry. Blood and gore never bothered me, the more the better. If the movie wasn’t really scary maybe it might have been funny or so bad it was good.

Now, I don’t know, maybe it’s from getting old and having so little time to waste on these kinds of films. I find more of my time taken up with rediscovered silent films,
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Movie Review/Interview: Kaare Andrews on Cabin Fever 3

Movie Review/Interview: Kaare Andrews on Cabin Fever 3
Cabin Fever: Patient Zero

Release Date: 6/26/14 on VOD, 8/1/14 in theaters and on iTunes

Written By: Jake Wade Wall

Directed By: Kaare Andrews

Starring: Sean Astin, Currie Graham, Ryan Donowho, Brando Eaton, Jillian Murray, Mitch Ryan, Solly Duran, Lydia Hearsy

Review & Interview by Daniel Xiii.

“Does this look infected?”

Your ol’ pal (well, I guess for the readers here at Famous Monsters I’m your new pal, seeing as this is my first review here!) Daniel Xiii really digs a flick that piles on the gore, a preference that has existed in me since the glory days of 80’s splatter shockers; so any new release that harkens back to those more extreme, over-the-top days of gallons o’ grue is always welcome in the crypt of Xiii.

To that end, when the original Cabin Fever—a cross between the Evil Dead and Street Trash directed by genre stalwart Eli Roth (Hostel 1 and
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Exclusive Cabin Fever: Patient Zero Clip Arrives Along With 2 Reviews!

To go along with our exclusive clip from Cabin Fever: Patient Zero, we have two reviews for you guys to dig on - one negative and one positive. Which will you agree with? Look for the flick on VOD June 26th and in theatres on August 1st via Rlj/Image Entertainment.

Read our positive Cabin Fever: Patient Zero review here and our negative Cabin Fever: Patient Zero review here!

Kaare Andrews directs from a script by Jake Wade Wall. Sean Astin, Currie Graham, and Ryan Donowho star.

Synopsis

A group of friends planned the perfect vacation in the Caribbean, but when they head ashore to explore a remote island, their ultimate bachelor weekend devolves into their worst nightmare. After an ill-fated swim in contaminated water, they stumble upon a seemingly abandoned research facility where a deadly, flesh-eating virus has been unleashed.

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Cabin Fever 3: Patient Zero is More Red Goo than Surprise Ending: A Movie Review

*full disclosure: a theatrical screening of this film was provided by Sinister Cinemas and Raven Banner Entertainment. Director: Kaare Andrews. Writer: Jake Wade Wall. Cast: Sean Astin, Currie Graham, Ryan Donowho, Brando Eaton and Jillian Murray. Cabin Fever 3: Patient Zero was originally developed as a prequel. This film would be the first in the franchise, followed by Eli Roth's Cabin Fever (2002) and Ti West's Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever (2009). Later, the script was reworked and the film is the second sequel in the franchise. And really, this is a standalone film as this title has only the loosest connections with the previous two films. This second sequel uses several standard indie horror features, which will be recognizable to most fans. However, actor Sean Astin as Porter offers a few deadly surprises along the way. Also, a few slower moments threaten to derail the momentum of the film,
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Rlj/Image Set to release Cabin Fever: Patient Zero this June! VOD/iTunes Dates!

Rlj/Image Entertainment is set to unleash the third film in the Cabin Fever franchise, Cabin Fever: Patient Zero, and it actually looks pretty decent if I do say so myself. Directed by Kaare Andrews, who comic book fans know as the writer and artist for various Marvel titles, including The Incredible Hulk and The Amazing Spiderman, Cabin Fever: Patient Zero looks as if it breathes new life into the franchise, hopefully in a more successful way than the second film in the series (the second film is notorious as being so tampered with by the studio that director Ti West wanted his name removed from it), and appears to be a pretty gory ride. The folks at Rlj/Image are unleashing the virus on viewers beginning with a VOD release date of June 26th, followed by a limited theatrical/iTunes date of August 1st. Will you fright
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Coming Soon To VOD – Cabin Fever: Patient Zero 6/26/14

Update: I’ve just been informed by a colleague that at least one of the aforementioned sequels is still slated for production, and release. There isn’t a lot of info available at this time, so we’ll keep you posted. Hopefully this is true.

The good news is, that a “prequel” to Cabin Fever is hitting VOD outlets in less than a month. The bad news is, Cabin Fever 2 left such a bad taste in some viewers’ mouths, that I have no idea if there is even any public interest in such a thing. I was one of the ones that was initially shocked by the badness of Cabin Fever 2, because it had a young but strong cast, and one of my favorite up-and-coming directors attached to the project. The studio intervened so much, though, that Ti West exited before it was even finished, and fought really hard(and
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Meet the Cabin Fever: Patient Zero In Scary Trailer and Set Stills

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Meet the Cabin Fever: Patient Zero In Scary Trailer and Set Stills
The origins of the flesh-eating virus that has terrorized the victims of the hit ‘Cabin Fever’ film series will be revealed in the anticipated prequel, ‘Cabin Fever: Patient Zero.’ To showcase hints at the horrifying source of the infection, Rlj/Image Entertainment, which will distribute the horror thriller, has released a trailer and set stills from the movie. ‘Cabin Fever: Patient Zero’ is set to be released on VOD on June 26, and will follow with a theatrical and iTunes release on August 1. ‘The ABCs of Death’ helmer Kaare Andrews directed the prequel, which was helmed by ‘When a Stranger Calls’ scribe Jake Wade Wall. The movie features Ryan Donowho, [ Read More ]

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Watch: Pretty Faces But Prettier Insides in Trailer for 'Cabin Fever: Patient Zero'

Watch: Pretty Faces But Prettier Insides in Trailer for 'Cabin Fever: Patient Zero'
Fans of body horror will be happy to know there's a new film coming with more views of gory insides than pretty faces. Directed by Kaare Andrews ("The ABCs of Death") and written by Jake Wade Wall, "Cabin Fever: Patient Zero" (a prequel to 2010's "Cabin Fever") tells the fairly conventional story of a group of attractive friends looking for a relaxing vacation in the Caribbean only to instead--to their dismay and our delightful horror-- find their guts on the sand. It costars relative unknowns Ryan DonowhoBrando EatonJillian Murray, Mitch Ryan, and Lydia Hearst.Read More: Image Entertainment Acquires 'Cabin Fever: Patient Zero"Patient Zero" combines the usual narrative of young people being gruesomely murdered in isolated places with that of a deadly virus outbreak. Cannibals and sadistic killers are nowhere in sight; the characters are rather terrorized by a flesh-eating virus that has contaminated the waters
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Image Debuts a Second Trailer for Cabin Fever: Patient Zero

​A second trailer for Cabin Fever: Patient Zero has made its online debut. Image is releasing the film on VOD July 26th with an August 1st limited theatrical run to follow. Directed by Kaare Andrews (Altitude and The ABCs of Death) penned by Jake Wade Wall (The Hitcher), the entry in the gross-out series stars Sean Astin (Lord of the Rings Trilogy), Currie Graham, Ryan Donowho, Brando Eaton and Jillian Murray.

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New Trailer for Cabin Fever: Patient Zero

Cabin Fever: Patient Zero is already available to watch in many countries around the world, but Us horror fans have yet to see the latest installment of the flesh-eating virus series. The movie will be distributed in the States by Image Entertainment and they’ve released a brand new trailer ahead of next month’s VOD release:

“A group of friends planned the perfect vacation in the Caribbean, but when they head ashore to explore a remote island, their ultimate bachelor weekend devolves into their worst nightmare. After an ill-fated swim in contaminated water, they stumble upon a seemingly abandoned research facility where a deadly, flesh-eating virus has been unleashed.”

Directed by Kaare Andrews and written by Jake Wade Wall, Cabin Fever: Patient Zero will be released to VOD on June 26th, with a theater release on August 1st. The movie stars Sean Astin, Currie Graham, and Ryan Donowho. You
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