A ridiculous over-the-top comedy with stylized writing/directing so sharp that it cuts like a knife. I think most people missed the point with Cabin Fever. It's not supposed to be a groundbreaking horror film, but rather a comedic homage with an extremely dark sense of humor.
I saw this movie for the second time now after several years and even so I did not care much about it the first time, I have to say I really like it now. I think its a really clever hommage to classic 80s Horror. I also liked the quirky humor in this one. It also has a really effective soundtrack. Overall, I can really recommend it to fans of classic horrormovies.
Better than I first thought. A lot of weird people around there. But why not risk more ironic moments (there have been a few near the end, the small sequence with the harmonica is brillant) and cut out some of the stereotype figures and dialogues from the script?
continuing where boy meets world left off, this coming of age story has shawn hunter embarking on a journey of self discovery in the rural forests of the united states. after meeting a young boy with a penchant for pancakes, a crotchety old man, and a wayward hermit, shawn finds himself in a series of wacky yet somber turn of events. a thrilling conclusion to the 1993 series that rocked the world.