The dog belonging to Henry is named Pancakes. This was the one and only word spoken by Dennis in the original Cabin Fever (2002) as well as this remake. See more »
(Around the 48 minute mark) Right after Marcy tries to shoot the dog and it runs away, in the wide shot with the two guys in the foreground, you can see a crew member who picks him up at the left side of the little shed. See more »
The police can be seen collecting the bodies during the credits. Afterward, a young woman is shown looking at photos from the movie on Facebook on her laptop and being disgusted by the gory ones. See more »
The original Cabin Fever wasn't a great movie by any means, but had fun with itself while showcasing some convincing gory effects; a low budget body horror about a cast of dumb college age couples (and the odd man out) succumbing to a terrible flesh-eating disease in the woods. The 2016 version is just a modernization of the original, hitting all of the same story beats but giving our characters smart phones, automatic rifles, and pop culture references a-plenty. One character in particular is so unlikable that I wouldn't blame anybody for switching the movie off after enduring a few scenes with this guy. Overall, it's bland, visually unexciting, and doesn't replace the original in any way.
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