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Tagline: "The Birth of Fear." The United Kingdom will experience the infection of Cabin Fever 3: Patient Zero March 17th, 2013. At this time, the film will be released on DVD, through Signature Entertainment. And, the film now has an English language trailer, which horror fans can preview. The film itself deals with a bachelor party gone awry. Several twenty-somethings set out for an uninhabited island, so they think. An underground research facility is there and waiting for new test subjects. Both parties will have to confront each other before a deadly virus spreads out. Cabin Fever 3: Patient Zero is a film from Kaare Andrews (Altitude). The film stars Sean Astin (Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers), Currie Graham and Ryan Donowho. More details on the release are below. Release Date: March 17th, 2013 (DVD, UK). Director: Kaare Andrews. Writer: Jake Wade Wall. Cast: Sean Astin, Currie Graham, Ryan Donowho, »
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There’s still no word on when we’ll see Cabin Fever: Patient Zero in the Us, but a German trailer gives us a look at brand new footage from the film.
Kaare Andrews directed the movie and this is said to be the first of two upcoming Cabin Fever sequels, with the next movie being titled Cabin Fever: Outbreak. In Cabin Fever: Patient Zero, a “bachelor party cruise in the Caribbean unexpectedly runs ashore on a medical-research island”. Somehow a deadly virus is unleashed and, as you can probably guess, things won’t turn out well for most of the survivors.
*Note: Click the Cc button on the player to enable English subtitles.
The post New Footage from Cabin Fever: Patient Zero appeared first on Daily Dead. »
- Jonathan James
When it comes to fun throwback-style horror flicks, they don't get much better than Cabin Fever, made by Eli Roth in 2002. Ti West followed up Roth's film with the sequel Spring Fever in 2009, a hot mess that resulted from producers hijacking West's vision and cutting together their own version of the movie he intended to make - West has since disowned the movie completely, and even tried to get his name taken off of it.
Next year, the fever returns in Cabin Fever: Patient Zero, the first of two prequels that delves into the origin story of the virus that left Jordan Ladd without a face and that dude from Boy Meets World covered in blood. In Patient Zero, a group of friends travel to a distant Caribbean island for some fun in the sun, a vacation that quickly turns into a nightmare when a horrific infection shows up and tags along. »
- John Squires
Cabin Fever Patient Zero will be released in Germany something in February 2014 with a home video release set for June 2 2014 Directed by Kaare Andrews penned by Jake Wade Wall the film stars Sean Astin Currie Graham Ryan Donowho Brando Eaton Jillian Murray Mitch Ryan Solly Duran Lydia Hearst and Claudette Lali. Synopsis When a cruise ship in the Caribbean collides with an abandoned research vessel a deadly virus is unleashed. Passengers must find a way to survive before the flesh eating disease consumes them all. Make sure Closed Captions is turned on for the English subtitles. »
The fine fiends over at Scary-Movies.de scored themselves the international trailer and artwork for the upcoming flick Cabin Fever 3: Patient Zero. Just make sure you hit the "subtitles" option on your YouTube player.
The story kicks off when a bachelor party cruise in the Caribbean unexpectedly runs ashore on a medical-research island and a deadly virus is unleashed. The passengers must struggle to find a way to survive before their own demons and the flesh-eating bacteria consume them all.
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- Uncle Creepy
David O. Russell (The Fighter, Silver Linings Playbook and the upcoming American Hustle) has announced that to support himself he's been writing several unproduced scripts, and that one of those is a horror movie to be directed by Eli Roth.
"I had to write to support myself," said Russell during THR's Directors Roundtable. "So I wrote a horror for producer Colleen Camp - a horror film that I thought was interesting. And Eli thinks its interesting, I think he's going to make it more interesting. It's emotional, it's also... we'll see. It's also...I don't wanna say anything more, I'll let Eli talk about it."
David O. Russell has slowly become one of my favorite directors, delivering a great blend of character study, drama, and comedy like no one else really can, whereas Roth is known for trashy horror movies such as Cabin Fever and Hostel, so this definitely comes a a big surprise. »
- Gary Collinson
David O. Russell and Eli Roth are two filmmakers that you really rarely hear about in the same breath. After all, the former is a three-time Oscar nominee with credits like Silver Linings Playbook and The Fighter, while the latter has made his name with gorific horror titles like Cabin Fever and Hostel. You wouldn't even necessarily think that they would be hanging around in the same circles, but now we not only have word that Russell and Roth know each other personally, but also that they may soon team up on a project together. With American Hustle set to hit theaters next month and expected to be a big part of Awards season over the next few months, Russell recently participated in The Hollywood Reporter's director roundtable (via The Playlist) with Steve McQueen, Paul Greengrass, Ben Stiller, Alfonso Cuaron and Lee Daniel, and during the 50-minute long conversation the »
After his first two features, "Cabin Fever" and "Hostel," Eli Roth was seen as something of a horror movie wunderkind -- someone who could save the genre from the doldrums of tired remakes and silly slasher movies.
Roth had a reverence for the genre and a willingness to push things further, into uncomfortable territories that both repulsed and excited mainstream audiences. But since "Hostel," his output has become infrequent (he directed the underrated "Hostel: Part II" and a fake trailer for Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodrigeuz's "Grindhouse" project, which he also co-starred in). These days he's more about acting (he co-starred alongside Brad Pitt in the Oscar-winning "Inglourious Basterds") and shepherding other genre filmmakers (for things like "The Last Exorcism" and "Aftershock"). But that's about to change. Roth is back, kiddies.
Roth's newest horror feature, set for release by Open Road sometime next year, is called "The Green Inferno" and, »
- Drew Taylor
The prince of horror Eli Roth ('Hostel,' 'Cabin Fever,' 'Aftershock') dropped by Larry King Now, the internet version of King's infamous talk-show on Hulu and Ora.TV and the two discussed a myriad of topics. Among them, how 'The Wizard of Oz' planted the seeds for his future horror film obsession, on why audiences are drawn to horror and genre content, on how he and other horror filmmakers use film as political allegory and how he likes to sit in the front during his movies to watch the audience react. You can watch 3 clips below. Larry King Now airs on Hulu and Ora.TV Monday-Thursday at 2Pm Pst. Be sure to bookmark www.ora.tv/larrykingnow and www.hulu.com/larry-king-now & keep an eye out over there for the full Eli Roth interview.
- Rob Galluzzo
Italian horror has had a marked imprint on the landscape of genre film, thanks mostly to Dario Argento and his gialli style films like Suspiria, Deep Red, and Tenebre. The Giallo genre is known, beyond its penchant for sadistic violence and creepy thrills, for its music. And, perhaps no band is more responsible for the Giallo boom than the Italian progressive rock band Goblin. The band’s soundtrack work is legendary, having developed the music that enveloped and made Dario Argento’s Suspiria, Deep Red, and Tenebre so exciting and intense. Goblin and Dario Argento go together like peanut butter and jelly, sex and slasher films, or Charlie Sheen and strippers.
This past week, Goblin came to Los Angeles for the first time, more than 40 years after they first got together, to play a live show at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, as a part of Beyond Fest. For those who haven’t heard, »
- Andy Greene
What had ETonline readers buzzing this week?
1. Jamie Dornan to Replace Hunnam in '50 Shades'
Well, that was quick! A little more than a week after Charlie Hunnam dropped out of playing the kinky billionaire Christian Grey, the erotic book-turned-movie, Fifty Shades of Grey, has cast a new leading man!
ETonline can confirm that Irish actor Jamie Dornan (Once Upon a Time, Marie Antoinette) will replace the Sons of Anarchy star in the role of Christian Grey, opposite Dakota Johnson as Anastasia Steele, in the upcoming film adaptation of E.L. James' sexy bestseller.
At this time, Universal and Focus Features have declined to comment on the casting news (first reported by Variety and The Hollywood Reporter).
On October 12, a statement was released by the studios producing the movie explaining that Hunnam's busy TV schedule made it impossible for him to sufficiently prepare for the role of Christian Grey.
Despite her famously wealthy father, the late television mogul Aaron Spelling, it looks like Tori Spelling, 40, and her husband Dean McDemott, 46, aren't as loaded in cash as some would assume. According to the actress/reality star herself, the couple can't even afford a vasectomy.
Dean decided against getting the vasectomy he wanted [which ranges from $350 to $1,000, according to Planned Parenthood] after their business manager said the couple couldn't afford it, Tori tells People in a new interview.
Pics: Meet Tori Spelling's Adorable Daughter Hattie
"We're in the entertainment business, and things change year to year," explains Tori about their financial situation. "We don't have a series on the air right now, so we have to be more restrictive of what we can spend, just like anyone who doesn't currently have a steady job."
The couple's finances began to decline in 2011, when they sold their Encino home at a loss and Tori's antique/vintage boutique InvenTORI failed to take off. Their reality »
There's nothing quite like a good cameo - that moment in a movie where someone you totally didn't expect to be in the movie suddenly pops up on screen. We've seen a plethora of awesome ones over the years in the horror genre, from Hulk Hogan leaping out of the wrestling ring and into Gremlins 2 to Bill Murray's hilarious surprise appearance in Zombieland... to name just a couple of the more memorable ones.
But it's not actor cameos we're here to talk about today – it’s director cameos. More specifically, those moments where filmmakers moved from behind the camera to in front of the camera, and inserted themselves into their own horror flicks. Here are ten examples of this type of cameo!
Alfred Hitchcock is and will forever be the reigning king of the cameo – having cast himself in small blink-and-you’ll-miss-‘em moments »
- John Squires
With Skypemare and The Summoners (among many other notable short films) having had their world premieres last night, October 14th, at the 13th annual Screamfest Film Festival, we were there to photograph the black carpet. Step inside to check out our photo gallery.
In addition to Skypemare writer, director and producer John Fitzpatrick, stars Cerina Vincent (Cabin Fever) and Annika Marks attended the premiere, as did co-star Adam J. Yeend, editor James Pickel, producer Sarah Fitzpatrick, co-producer Ryan Dillon, cinematographer Nicholas Kaat and musical artist Jason Italiano (who lent a track to the film).
Revolving around the character of Allison (Vincent), who, home alone on Halloween night while Skyping with her best friend, Jenna (Marks), witnesses something terrifying unfold on both sides of her computer screen, Skypemare received a thunderous audience response (and we'll be exclusively hosting the flick here soon so stay tuned).
For more on Skypemare, "like" the film on Facebook here, »
- Sean Decker
Eli Roth has been an audience favorite here in Sitges for a long time. It's been more than ten years since Cabin Fever left Sitges fans wanting for more, with some claiming Roth to be the new Raimi. Fortunately Hostel proved that Eli Roth was indeed in the right track to become an essential name in horror cinema today. So it's only natural that the anticipation was very high this year for Roth's latest offering, The Green Inferno, a love letter to the sub genre of cannibal films as made famous by Italian 70's and 80's classics such as Cannibal Holocaust.The premise for the film is quite simple. Justine is a young and idealistic girl from a wealthy family who wants to do something more...
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Sitges – When it comes to genre, he is el hombre. Proceedings at this weekend’s Sitges Fantastic Fest, an event that boasts one of the biggest concentrations of black T-shirts in the history of mankind, bore that out.
Saturday’s packed press screening for the Roth-directed Amazon cannibal movie “The Green Inferno” saw scrimmages for the best big aisle seats.
A horror-come adventure movie about a gaggle of student activists captured after a plane crash by the very village of native indians they were trying to save, the cannibal thriller largely slipped down a treat.
“Green Inferno” was “received with jubilation by the Sitges crowd, always avid for strong emotions,” said El Periodico, the biggest newspaper based out of Barcelona, »
- John Hopewell
Carrie White may be considered by many to be the worst prom date in all of cinematic history. In Stephen King's classic Carrie, the telekinetic teen decimated her entire graduating class (and eventually the whole town) before the dance was over, and she did it without lifting a finger. But we would be remiss not to mention the circumstances leading up to that final showdown: Carrie suffered at the hands of an overbearing mother and mean-spirited classmates who relentlessly bullied her every day; it was that combination that ultimately pushed Carrie to the point of no return. But Carrie White isn’t the only cinematic prom date from hell. In fact, high school dances tend to be a somewhat common convention in horror films. When a dance serves as the epicenter of the action, it allows for maximum carnage: an entire student body crammed into a gymnasium with a »
- Tyler Doupe
Your muscles contort. Your skin bubbles and stretches. Your loins throb and your limbs writhe. You thrash in the throes of excruciating pain and agonizing pleasure. Before you even realize your body has betrayed you, like a snake shedding its skin, you are born anew. Perhaps the most visceral of the horror genres, body horror represents the most intimate of all fears. It’s the inescapable sensation that the shell housing every synchronized component keeping you alive is under attack. Yet it is more than simple infection; it is metamorphosis, a mutation that does not always spell death. More so, it may even be the start of a beautiful new life.
The human body has long been the enemy of horror films. One only has to look as early as The Invisible Man or The Wolfman for manifestations of physical forms undergoing irrevocable change. But the body horror genre encompasses »
- Shane Ramirez
As per Deadline, Madeline Brewer has joined the cast for Season 2, recurring as a graphic novelist entering the town. Brewer is known for her role on "Orange Is the New Black", another popular Netflix Original Series.
Check out the Season 2 press release below to learn more!
From the Press Release:
The Netflix Original Series “Hemlock Grove,” a riveting and eerie mystery from executive producer Eli Roth and based on Brian McGreevy’s novel of the same name, will return with a second season next year. Seasoned showrunner Charles H. (Chic) Eglee (“The Walking Dead,” “Dexter,” “The Shield”) joins the popular series as executive producer in Season Two.
- John Squires
With filmmaker John Fitzpatrick's horror short Skypemare set to premiere October 14th in Los Angeles at the Screamfest Film Festival, we got our hands on the brand new poster art for the Cerina Vincent-starring flick.
Directed, produced and written by Fitzpatrick and starring Vincent (Cabin Fever) and Annika Marks, the seven-minute horror short Skypemare revolves around the character of Allison (Vincent), who, home alone on Halloween night while Skyping with her best friend, Jenna (Marks), witnesses something terrifying unfold on both sides of her computer screen.
Skypemare premieres during "Shorts Program 3" on Monday, October 14th, at 7:45 Pm and will play alongside Desolate Road, The Body and The Horizon Project. Tickets can be purchased here , and for more on Skypemare, 'like' the film on Facebook here.
For more on Screamfest, which runs October 8th to the 17th at the Laemmle NoHo 7 (5240 Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood, CA 91601), visit Screamfest's website, »
- Sean Decker
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