Part of a "special" late-nite television program...Four friends on their way to a wedding find themselves marooned on a mysterious farm. Creatures of the night awaken and the undead rise, as a night of relentless horror...Begins!
A large family is going to the mountain for their christmas vacation, in a rented cabin. Problems occur on Christmas Eve when the father gets drunk and his alcohol problem comes to show. We... See full summary »
Mona J. Hoel
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.
College student Samantha Hughes takes a strange babysitting job that coincides with a full lunar eclipse. She slowly realizes her clients harbor a terrifying secret; they plan to use her in a satanic ritual.
While at Lucille's diner, Winston orders pancakes. In the original Cabin Fever (2002), the little kid, Dennis, repeats "Pancakes!" over and over. See more »
Near the beginning of the film the school is a 2-story older red brick building, but during the prom it is a single story contemporary tan brick building. Also, you will notice the hallways have red and blue stripes early in the film, while later they are a light green. This is due to the crew being forced to change locations during filming. See more »
[to John while dying]
Have you seen my dick?
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After the end credits there's a brief scene where Darryl and Dane (D&D) are watching a movie (possibly 'Bride of the Cannibals 2'). See more »
CABIN FEVER 2: SPRING FEVER is one of those appalling little movies that has no originality, no ambition, no way to succeed and it's no surprise that it sat on the shelves for two years before release and the director disowned it. A sequel to Eli Roth's semi-successful yucky horror yarn, it turns out to be a film for the immature, made by the immature, with Roth wisely nowhere in sight.
The opening animated credits alerted me to the fact that something was wrong, as if they can't afford to shoot this stuff in live action, then why bother in the first place? Then we move into a typical high school scenario, complete with moronic expletive-filled dialogue that sounds as though it was scribbled on a beermat before being typed up on the computer.
Inevitably the only horror in the thing comes from the various gore effects, which are pretty pitiful. In order to counteract this, there's a ton of lowbrow comedy (not my cup of tea), over the top performances and characters, and a handful of truly gross-out moments (such as a fat woman dissolving in a swimming pool) in order to provoke a reaction from the viewer. It's all a mess - a huge mess - and it makes for a crashing bore of a movie.
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