shows many scenes of
Redneck musical horror scene at end.
SPOLIER: At the end of the film, the only survivor of the main characters is tragically shot, killed and his body is burned on a fire.
The handyman has a screwdriver shoved through his right ear, like the zombie handyman in the department store in the mall.
In the hospital when Rider Stong sees the bunny operating, it is a reference to The Shining where Shelly Duvall sees previous hotel guests in creepy fancy dress.
Karen is unhappily banished to a tool shed by the group, because of her disease, such as Dr. Blair was unhappily banished to the tool shed by the group because he was suspected to be the Thing. Further more, the words cabin fever are mentionned in the very first dialogue of "The Thing" and both films open on an infected dog.
There's a guy in an Easter Bunny costume in the hospital
The "log" stab scene. It seems to echoe exactly the stacking scenes in From Dusk Till Dawn win the leg of wooden chairs are used.
another David Lynch reference when the viewer sees the bunny costume in the hospital. Many see this as a "Donnie Darko" reference, but it is directly from "Rabbits"
Poster for the movie is shown on this episode.
the one kid in the movie has a Cabin Fever Poster on his wall in it.
poster visible in Vincent's room
DVD case is shown.
The poster for Cabin Fever is in the movie on the wall.
James mentions how the film was universally hated due to one paticular scene.
On shelf in video store.
A mission in Larry's horror dreamscape is called "Cabin Creeper"
Eli Roth talks about this movie during interview
in overview on Eli Roth's career
Title of this film appears on screen.
DVD can be seen
cover shown in rental store behind Shiri
Jay mentions that Eli Roth directed the film
One of the movies profiled and shown.
Phelous says about Eli Roth: "We see how much he's grown since Cabin Fever."
A clip of the movie was shown among the list of Bronsan Caves filming location history.
a clip from the film directed by Eli Roth is shown