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While direct-to-dvd horror sequels aren't typically cause for excitement, we must admit that Cabin Fever: Patient Zero is looking to be one worth checking out. If you've missed our coverage of the franchise's third installment thus far, be sure to check out the trailer and a handful of behind the scenes images, which show the gruesome practical effects that will be on display in it.
We've just learned that Rlj/Image Entertainment will be releasing Patient Zero on VOD outlets June 26th, with a theatrical release to follow, on August 1st. Written by Jake Wade Wall and directed by Kaare Andrews, the film stars Sean Astin, Currie Graham and Ryan Donowho, and centers on a group of friends who explore a remote island in the Caribbean, and encounter an abandoned research facility. As you might have guessed, they unleash the flesh-eating virus that has been wreaking havoc since 2002, and things get messy. »
- John Squires
Kaare Andrews' "Cabin Fever: Patient Zero" will soon be heading Stateside, and with the film set for a VOD release this June 26th, followed by a limited theatrical release this August 1st, here's the official U.S. poster, trailer and some pictures. The film stars Sean Astin, Currie Graham, Ryan Donowho, Brando Eaton, Jillian Murray, Mitch Ryan, Solly Duran, Lydia Hearst, and Claudette Lali.In this film a doctor and his family travel to a remote Caribbean island to investigate a minor flu outbreak, only to discover a vicious flesh-eating virus that threatens everyone on the island. The family is faced with responsibility to prevent a worldwide epidemic. »
New key art and set stills show a group of friends becoming infected in the upcoming film, ‘Cabin Fever: Patient Zero.’ Viewers can see the group’s full transformation, and the explanation for their illness, when Rlj/Image Entertainment releases the film on VOD on June 26, and in theaters on August 1. The horror-thriller was directed by ‘The ABCs of Death’ helmer Kaare Andrews. It was written by Jake Wade Wall, who penned the screenplays for the remakes of ‘The Hitcher’ and ‘When a Stranger Calls.’ The film, which serves as a prequel to writer-director Eli Roth’s hit writing and directorial debuts, the 2003 horror movie, ‘Cabin Fever,’ stars Sean Astin, [ Read More ]
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- Karen Benardello
Who would have thought Eli Roth’s directorial debut would spawn not one, but two sequels (with a third reportedly on the way too)?! The latest installment is Cabin Fever: Patient Zero, which sees the nasty flesh-eating virus taking a vacation to infect some partygoers. Also Sean Astin is in it, so, there’s that. After the unfortunate mangling of Ti West’s Cabin Fever sequel at the hands of producers my anticipation is tempered at best, but there is hope with comic book artist/filmmaker Kaare Andrews at the helm. We’ll find out for ourselves when it hits VOD June 26th and limited theaters August 1st.
Check out the trailer below!
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, »
- Justin Edwards
Cabin Fever: Patient Zero is already available to watch in many countries around the world, but the Us release isn’t too far behind. The movie will be distributed in the States by Image Entertainment and they’ve provided us with release details, key art, and new photos:
“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.
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- Jonathan James
Alrighty, kids! If you've been waiting for the skinny on Cabin Fever: Patient Zero, then we have all the info you've been itching for! Look for the flick on VOD June 26th and in theatres on August 1st via Rlj/Image Entertainment.
Read on for the official one-sheet and a gaggle of gruesome stills!
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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- Steve Barton
Image Entertainment reps inform us Cabin Fever: Patient Zero is getting a July 26th VOD release followed by an August 1st limited theatrical run. Directed by Kaare Andrews (Altitude and The ABCs of Death) penned by Jake Wade Wall (The Hitcher), and stars Sean Astin (Lord of the Rings Trilogy), Currie Graham, Ryan Donowho, Brando Eaton and Jillian Murray.
The post *Updated* Cabin Fever: Patient Zero Now Has a Release Date appeared first on Shock Till You Drop. »
- Ryan Turek
That flesheating virus gets in your face again via Cabin Fever: Patient Zero, the second sequel to Eli Roth’s bloodbath that’s headed for release this summer. We’ve got an exclusive first look at the poster/key art. This adventure, which relocates the action to the tropics, was directed by Airborne’s Kaare Andrews from a script by […] »
- Michael Gingold
Week after week, the shelves of local comic book stores nationwide are packed to brim with shiny new comics. Sure you’re a smart cookie and probably have tonnes of grabs already but many books do go unnoticed and its my job to make sure you are getting your moneys worth. I could ramble on for a bit but I sincerely doubt you’re still reading this paragraph and have long since scrolled down to the good bits– So without further to do, enjoy and note this is preference, what’s exciting to me may not be exciting to you and hey friend, I’m Ok with that:
It’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer meets Gravity Falls and features five buttkicking, rad teenager girls wailing on monsters and solving a mystery with the whole world at stake. And with the talent of acclaimed cartoonist Noelle Stevenson and talented newcomer »
- Sean Tonelli
High above the city, in a multi-million dollar penthouse, Danny Rand, a.k.a. Iron Fist, “The Living Weapon,” is haunted by the consequences of choosing death over life. A message from Iron Fist’s mystical homeland of K’un-Lun brings Danny back to his blood soaked origin of betrayal and vengeance! Revenge is a weapon that cuts both ways.... Will Danny survive the bloodletting? A one-of-a-kind kung fu action epic directed by the inimitable Kaare Andrews! # Iron Fist #1 Written by Kaare Andrews Pencils & Cover by Kaare Andres Variant Covers by Various »
Cabin Fever: Patient Zero, 2014.
Directed by Kaare Andrews.
When a group of friends enjoying a bachelor cruise in the Caribbean stumble upon a research facility on a remote island, a deadly virus is unleashed. The group must find a way to survive before the flesh eating virus consumes them all.
As an honest to goodness reviewer I have to admit I wasn’t a big fan of the original Cabin Fever from Eli Roth and I didn’t get the fuss that came along with it. Perhaps as a kid I’d grown up with the likes of Wes Craven and John Carpenter and I knew horror. For this reason I’d skipped the second film, so when it came to review the third I felt I was at a considerable loss of »
- Gary Collinson
A franchise that was once notable for launching the career of Eli Roth, over a decade later, "Cabin Fever" has films going straight-to-dvd overseas. Indeed, that's the case with "Cabin Fever: Patient Zero" which hit home video today in the UK. But it looks like it'll get a theatrical release of some kind stateside, and a new trailer is here to gross you out. Starring Sean Astin (lol, whut?), Currie Graham and Ryan Donowho, this new effort from Kaare Andrews ("The ABCs Of Death") follows a group of young people who head to the Caribbean, party on an empty island, and then encounter something that results in lots of blood-letting. Looking pretty low-rent all around, this seems like it's for the diehard horror buffs and fans only, or for those genuinely curious about Astin's presence in this one (and he does get the best line in trailer, which you'll just »
- Kevin Jagernauth
So as promised I watched the first episode of From Dusk Till Dawn the series and….pretty damn good actually. It starts off with a scene that will come to mean more as the series wears on and which calls back to the second straight to DVD From Dusk Till Dawn sequel Hangman’s Daughter which dealt with the origins of Salma Hayek’s Santanico Pandemonium head vampire character. After this we are back in sort of familiar territory with Don Johnson playing a suitably grizzled and weary Texas Ranger Earl McGraw on the look out for the Gecko Brothers who are on the lam and headed for Mexico.
Basically when it comes down to it, From Dusk Till Dawn is like a faithful adaptation of the original novel that the first film was based on if that were the case and it wasn’t an early Tarantino script. So »
- Chris Holt
The man with fist of K’un Lun returns with a series of new adventures courtesy of writer and artist Kaare Andrews.
High above the city of New York in his multi-million dollar penthouse, Danny Rand a.k.a. Iron Fist is haunted by the choices he’s made. Choosing death over life brings with it many consequences. But when a message from Iron Fist’s mystical homeland of K’un Lun calls Danny back – he’ll be forced to revisit the blood soaked origin of betrayal and vengeance that has plagued him for so long.
“Danny is going to be put through the wringer like never before,” stated Kaare Andrews in an interview with Marvel.com. “I love to punish my characters. To make them bleed. Watch them struggle against impossible odds, and see if they can find the strength inside themselves to survive—the truth that will be »
To mark the release of Cabin Fever 3: Patient Zero on DVD and Blu-ray 17th March, we’ve been given five copies of the movie to give away on Blu-ray. Cabin Fever 3 stars Sean Astin, Currie Graham, Ryan Donowho and is directed by Kaare Andrews.
The terrifying prequel to the popular horror franchise…When a bachelor party cruise in the Caribbean unexpectedly runs ashore a medical research island a deadly flesh-eating virus is unleashed. The group struggle to find a way to survive before their own demons, and the deadly bacteria, consumes them all.
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High above the city of New York in his multi-million dollar penthouse, Danny Rand a.k.a. Iron Fist is haunted by the choices he’s made. Choosing death over life brings with it many consequences. But when a message from Iron Fist’s mystical homeland of K’un Lun calls Danny back – he’ll be forced to revisit the blood soaked origin of betrayal and vengeance that has plagued him for so long. “Danny is going to be put through the wringer like never before,” says Kaare Andrews in an interview with Marvel.com. “I love to punish my characters. To make them bleed. Watch them struggle against impossible odds, and see if they can find the strength inside themselves to survive—the truth that will be the biggest hurdle of them all. He's been hiding from it for too long. He doesn't have to uncover it, so much as survive it. »
I really really wanted to enjoy this film. I did. Im pulling for the man in the directors chair. I found a very strange degree of satisfaction from Kaare Andrews 2010 effort Altitude (I know the general consensus is that the movie sucked an epically large golf ball and Ill admit it wasnt a perfect piece of work by any stretch) and I thought his work in ABCs of Death was solid (he handled the V for Vagitus segment). It shouldnt come as a surprise that I anticipated an extremely gnarly addition to the mans rsum. Forward momentum seemed inevitable for Andrews. And Sean Astin is attached for heavens sake Im heartbroken to say that we just didnt get the revolting prize that could have been. Its not here. »
Although it has little to nothing to do with the original “Cabin Fever” or the Ti West-directed sequel, someone felt the need to incorporate this nasty little virus-oriented thriller into the series. While “Cabin Fever: Patient Zero” could easily be a standalone feature, they’re using the “Cabin Fever” name to hook in unsuspecting horror nerds. Okay, okay. I’m probably picking on “Patient Zero” a little too hard. The movie is actually quite disturbing and thoroughly entertaining, especially for a low-budget sequel. The girl-on-girl fight scene at the end of the movie is truly something to behold, especially if you love really good gore. Director Kaare Andrews and writer Jake Wade Wall’s flick probably looks great on the big screen. Image Entertainment recently snapped up North American distribution rights to the flick. If all goes according to plan, then “Cabin Fever: Patient Zero” should arrive in a few theaters this summer. »
- Todd Rigney
Image Entertainment, an Rlj Entertainment (Nasdaq: Rlje) brand, acquires the U.S. distribution rights to the next installment to the cult hit Cabin Fever. The horror/thriller Cabin Fever: Patient Zero was directed by Kaare Andrews (Altitude and The ABCs of Death) and stars Sean Astin (The Lord of the Rings Trilogy), Currie Graham (Pompeii, “NYPD Blue”), Ryan Donowho (Soldiers of Fortune), Mitch Ryan (“One Tree Hill”) and Jillian Murray (Bad Ass). Image Entertainment will release the film on … Continue reading →
Let's just get it out of the way from the beginning: it'd be really hard to make a worse Cabin Fever (2002) sequel than Cabin Fever 2 (2009). Arguably the only weak movie in Ti West's filmography (and he's not a big fan of it himself), Cabin Fever 2 was the victim of endless studio tinkering, release delays, and really sloppy post-production decisions. The sequel has gone on to earn a small but vocal fanbase, however, and Eli Roth's original squirm-fest continues to bring in new horror geeks all the time. So surely there's some gas left in this franchise's tank, right?
Shockingly... yes! That's not to say that the slow-starting, frequently predictable Cabin Fever 3: Patient Zero is some sort of miniature classic, but if you liked Part 1 and you struggled through Part 2, you'll certainly find a few meaty morsels of splatter-laden lunacy in Part 3. Plus it has some of those »
- Scott Weinberg
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