I don't know how many people here have heard of this upcoming film, but I've been following it for a good while now, and it definitely seems like a film to be reckoned with! CABIN FEVER has one of the coolest sounding storylines I've heard in a while, and some people have called it the EVIL DEAD of the 00's, while I personally think it sounds better than EVIL DEAD. Anyhow, the film's excellent plot is as follows: A group of teens go to a remote cabin for a graduation party, and while there, a hunter stumbles into their camp with a strange virus that he contracted from a dead dog which causes a person's flesh to rot off and lead to a very painful demise. Soon, one of their own has contracted the disease, and the teens realize they are in deep shit. They begin to fear each other, wondering who may have the virus now, and to try and save themselves, they turn on each other. They also must now contend with a renegade mob hellbent on destroying the virus permanently. Everyone on this board should know how big of a horror nut I am now, and I think this film has spectacular potential! Lion's Gate, who has been on a real roll with horror genre films lately, have picked it up, and here is the story from reallyscary.com: Cabin Fever U.S. Release News Dark Horizons reports Cabin Fever has gotten a good Hollywood buzz going on and Director Eli Roth has told Upcoming Horror Movies the good news about the US domestic release plans: "I am psyched to tell you that Cabin Fever will have a wide theatrical release. We were lucky enough to be the prize in a bidding war between seven studios (including New Line, Miramax, Revolution, UA) and the winner was Lion's Gate, who made a very aggressive offer. It was the most money they have ever paid for an acquisition, and they committed $12 million to prints and advertising, which is the most money they have ever spent promoting a film. This will guarantee anywhere from 1,500 - 2,000 screens. Even better, we submitted our film to the MPAA and miraculously got an R. Don't ask me how, but I'm thrilled. I was worried we'd get slapped with an NC-17. Lion's Gate has not yet set a release date, but they are going out with the film this summer." ------------------ I can without a shadow of a doubt say that I will be first in line on opening day! Lion's Gate frickin' rules!