THE FIRST TEASER TRAILER FOR CABIN FEVER: PATIENT ZERO

A new sales trailer has hit the web for the second Cabin Fever sequel, CABIN FEVER: PATIENT ZERO. Shooting began August 13 in the Dominican Republic, where the production company behind the film, Indomina, has part of its operations. It also plans to shoot CABIN FEVER: OUTBREAK in the Dominican Republic (more on that in a minute).

Original CABIN FEVER producer Evan Astrowsky and his Hypotenuse Pictures is also producing. Jake Wade Wall (THE HITCHER, WHEN A STRANGER CALLS) wrote the screenplay that:

Centers on a bachelor party cruise in the Caribbean unexpectedly running ashore on a medical research island, a deadly virus is unleashed.

The plan is to segue this film into a fourth sequel, CABIN FEVER: OUTBREAK to be penned by Adam and Deborah Marcus.

KEEP READING AFTER THE BREAK FOR THE NEW TRAILER AND MORE!

CABIN FEVER: PATIENT ZERO CASTING NEWS

Variety reports that the Kaare Andrews directed sequel CABIN FEVER: PATIENT ZERO, has begun casting with the news that Sean Astin (THE LORD OF THE RINGS, GOONIES), Brando Eaton (DEXTER, AMERICAN HORROR STORY), and Ben Hollingsworth have signed on to the film.

Shooting will start August 13 in the Dominican Republic, where the production company behind the film, Indomina, has part of its operations. It also plans to shoot CABIN FEVER: OUTBREAK in the Dominican Republic (more on that in a minute).

Original CABIN FEVER producer Evan Astrowsky and his Hypotenuse Pictures is also producing. Jake Wade Wall (THE HITCHER, WHEN A STRANGER CALLS) wrote the screenplay that:

Centers on a bachelor party cruise in the Caribbean unexpectedly running ashore on a medical research island, a deadly virus is unleashed.

The plan is to segue this film into a fourth sequel, CABIN FEVER: OUTBREAK to be penned by Adam and Deborah Marcus.

Personal note: this sounds like it’s going to be absolutely dreadful. I actually enjoyed the first CABIN FEVER, and liked the second as well, even if it was taken out of Ti West’s hands and mucked with, it was a funny flick. But this…this sounds like it’s going to sway a bit too much into SyFy territory. But I’ll wait to pass complete judgement on it until I actually see it. I may be surprised.