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.
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
A group of friends think they're going to the perfect spot for a bachelor party; a secluded private island. They quickly learn the island is not as private as they thought. The island is home to a lab thought to be empty, but in actuality a deadly, extremely fast acting, flesh eating virus has just escaped containment. Now everyone on the island has to fight not only to survive the outbreak, but also to survive each other.Written by
I blind bought Cabin Fever 3, reasoning that it couldn't possibly be worse than part 2; I was correct in my assumption—it's EQUALLY as bad.
Part three of Eli Roth's flesh-melting horror series takes place in the Dominican Republic where Marcus (Mitch Ryan) is due to marry his fiancé, but not before his brother Josh (Brando Eaton), long-time pal Dobbs (Ryan Donowho), and Josh's girlfriend Penny (stunning brunette Jillian Murray, who provides the gratuitous nudity) have given him a proper bachelor's send-off. Chartering a cruiser, they whisk Marcus off to a remote island for a night of copious amounts of beer and weed, but the party atmosphere doesn't last long: after a swim in the warm tropical waters, Penny and Josh contract a flesh-eating virus that requires serious medical attention, and so Marcus and Dobbs go looking for help at a nearby complex, where they discover the origin of the deadly virus.
When Josh gives oral sex to Penny, unaware of the severity of her condition, and emerges looking like he's been in a serious road traffic accident, Cabin Fever 3 looks set to be an enjoyable dose of messy horror in the worst possible taste; but as night falls on the island, the film rapidly devolves into a largely forgettable slice of straight to DVD fodder, made all the more lacklustre by some very dark cinematography. Even the film's most outrageous scene—a fight between putrefying Penny and an equally gloopy nurse that culminates in death by giant rubber dildo—proves rather disappointing thanks to a lack of decent lighting.
Co-starring Sean Astin as the titular 'patient zero', the carrier of the disease, who tries to hide his shame behind a beard.
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