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Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever (2009)

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A high school prom faces a deadly threat: a flesh-eating virus that spreads via a popular brand of bottled water.


Ti West


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Rider Strong ... Paul
Noah Segan ... John
Alexi Wasser ... Cassie
Rusty Kelley Rusty Kelley ... Alex
Marc Senter ... Marc
Giuseppe Andrews ... Deputy Winston
Mark Borchardt ... Herman
Michael Bowen ... Principal Sinclair
Judah Friedlander ... Toby
Larry Fessenden ... Bill the Water Truck Driver
Amanda Jelks ... Frederica
Thomas Blake Jr. ... Rick
Angela Oberer ... Ms. Hawker
Taylor Kowalski ... Darryl
Alexander Isaiah Thomas Alexander Isaiah Thomas ... Dane


A high school prom faces a deadly threat: a flesh-eating virus that spreads via a popular brand of bottled water.

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis


This time it's spreading



Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong bloody violence and gore, disturbing gross content, sexuality/nudity and pervasive language | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

23 September 2009 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Cabin Fever II See more »

Filming Locations:

Wilmington, North Carolina, USA


Box Office


$10,000,000 (estimated)
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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?


The school mascot is a rabbit. In the original Cabin Fever (2002), Paul sees a guy in a rabbit suit at the hospital. See more »


The first time Alex calls to convince John to go to prom, John hangs up the phone and his alarm clock reads 7:13. The next time Alex calls John reaches for his phone the clock reads 7:12. See more »


Alex: [to Cassie after getting interrupted dancing with another female] You just totally cock-blocked me!
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Crazy Credits

The beginning of the end credits are covering a piece of flesh slowly rotting. See more »


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Not a total miss, but not a good movie by any means
9 February 2010 | by dschmedingSee all my reviews

OK, I am not a too big fan of Cabin Fever so I wasn't expecting much when seeing Ti West does the sequel and reading the average reviews. I already had my problems with the strange mix of comedy and seriousness in Part 1 but Spring Fever is even worse in that department. What was the idea with the cartoon sequences? They feel incredibly squeezed in, especially at the end. And thats the problem with a lot of the editing of this movie... its bad! Not only they use circle wipes like in an amateur movie but there is sequences (like the beginning of the prom collage on music) that are so randomly and badly edited that it hurts.

You get some nice gore, Spring Fever definitely tops Part 1 in this department. Obviously they went for the gross out factor, focusing on loads of teens puking blood, fat chicks melting in the pool and pustulated genitals and titties. After all if you look over the atrocious editing, the bad audio mixing and use of music (the "staying alive" bit is way too long and when they were shouting over silent music on the prom I thought it was supposed to be a joke which it obviously is not) the movie can entertain with the funny sidekick guy and plenty of tasteless jokes thrown in. A lot of the acting is rather wooden (great to see a badly acted cameo by Mark Borchard in that context ...) and the basic plot is like mixing Cabin Fever 1 with Dance of the dead. Nothing new here.

With all this on the negative side I still found myself being entertained, so something worked there. I have to admit that the ending is a total incoherent mess which seemed like 3 movies mashed together. Obviously the director and editor have no sense of flow on all levels.

So... its a badly made movie, BUT horror fans will surely not mind too much and rather enjoy the over the top moments. Its like a better Olaf Ittenbach Movie in some way.

BTW... how come that the movie opens with nearly exactly the same sequence of someone stumbling through the woods and then being suddenly splattered by a car on an empty road as the french Mutants? Both movies were showing on this years Fantasy Film Fest... strange coincidence, or not? Reminds me of me wondering about Book of Eli and The Road and their similarities while being released at about the same time. Looks like the movie industry is really hitting rock bottom with the copycat thing.

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