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Cabin Fever- Review By: Roger Moore


Cabin Fever- Review By: Roger Moore

Directed By: Eli Roth

Written By: Eli Roth & Randy Pearlstein

Score: Technical:  80, Story: 70, Acting: 80, Overall Score: 77%

            A week in the woods would be relaxing for anyone especially if it’s secluded and there is plenty of beer to go around, this is what these five friends think when they set off for a weeks vacation.  Renting a secluded cabin deep in the woods they find them selves suddenly under attack by what seems to be an unstoppable flesh-eating virus and when things get nasty they truly do get nasty.  

            Eli Roth’s first film receives Two Skipped Beats on the Roger Moore movie scale, having started his career with something new and fresh in the world of horror.  The only thing I didn’t truly care about in this film was the half assed love story that he threw into it, but he does make up for it with the gore and violence.  The DVD is especially good and entertaining when they throw in the chick vision section to things, it’s as funny as it is practical.  As always be afraid, be very afraid. 

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