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  • Actors: Michael Bowen, Rider Strong, Noah Segan, Alexander Isaiah Thomas, Alexi Wasser
  • Directors: Ti West
  • Writers: Ti West, Joshua Malkin, Randy Pearlstein
  • Producers: Alan Pao, Christopher Rutter, Corey Large, Deborah Davis
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: February 16, 2010
  • Run Time: 86 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002YI9304
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,124 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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CABIN FEVER delivered terror in the flesh, but now your flesh will crawl with CABIN FEVER 2: SPRING FEVER, the bloodcurdling sequel to the hit horror film. Days after a killer virus consumed his friends, Paul emerges from a ditch by a river. Though his body has been ravaged by the virus, he is determined to survive and to warn others of the danger. However, a water bottling plant has already distributed contaminated water to the local high school. The school’s students are excitedly preparing for the prom, unaware they’re about to have a grisly date with death.

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This has to be one of the worse sequels I think I have ever seen.
K. Harper
This movie was terrible, suffering from an exceedingly poor script, weak acting, zero tension or suspense, and mediocre gore effects.
Amazon Customer
The second movie, wasn't like the first and everyone dies way too quickly.
S. Der

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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Carl Manes on July 12, 2010
Format: DVD
CABIN FEVER 2 first broke Horror news with a number of controversies prior to the film's release. Ti West, director of the cult favorite HOUSE OF THE DEVIL, disassociated himself with the project, citing numerous difficulties in the production process. Anyone that has seen the final product can understand why, but this straight-to-video sequel isn't the complete disaster it has been made out to be. Students at the local high school are in for a big surprise when the flesh-eating virus from the previous film finds its way into the prom care of a case of infected spring water. Though the teen-edgy script is wholly idiotic, it is equally entertaining with its low-brow humor and gooey gross-outs. Even the stock characters and empty plotting are outweighed by the exploding bodies, projectile vomit, bloody water sports, and countless other repulsive gags. Following Roth's lead, Ti West also includes a number of references to genre classics, most noticeably in the reprisal of the PROM NIGHT theme on the dance floor. Despite its harsh criticism, CABIN FEVER 2 is a surprisingly enjoyable if not utterly stupid shocker.

-Carl Manes
I Like Horror Movies
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Michael J. Tresca VINE VOICE on July 7, 2011
Format: DVD
If you don't like seeing people vomit into each other's mouths, you're not going to like Cabin Fever 2.

What this second installment lacks in special effects it makes up for with guts, plot-induced or otherwise. The last of the mutated survivors from the first movie gets hit by a car, exploding in a blood-bag spatter into the town's water supply. I'm a sucker for animated montages, and Cabin Fever 2's introductory cartoon, accompanied by a grim folk song, sets the right tone for a town about to get very, very sick.

The acting is surprisingly good for a movie about a blood-vomiting infection. It centers on the town's prom, and to the writers' credit he takes time to explore each character's hopes, dreams, and petty grievances before making them puke their brains out.

Nothing is sacred in Cabin Fever 2 and no orifice is off limits. Blood ends up everywhere in the most awful circumstances imaginable, and for those who enjoy that sort of thing Cabin Fever 2 delivers in buckets. It also borrows a plot device used in Quarantine - the men in biohazard suits that show up to contain the infection are worse than the infection itself.

Unfortunately, once the prom is over Cabin Fever 2 runs out of bloody steam. There's an extraneous clip of a stripper who missed the prom infecting other people, another unnecessary animated montage, and a feeling that the ruthless moviemaking apparatus that churns out grad z horror movie sequels will not be denied. Despite the tacked on ending, this is a treat for horror fans haven't had as much bloody fun at a prom since Carrie.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A. Beck on March 8, 2010
Format: DVD
When I heard they were making a sequel to 'Cabin Fever', I immediately brushed it off. First off, Eli Roth would not be returning as the director...although, not necessarily a bad thing. But the fact that new director Ti West had completely disowned the film and it was going to be released straight to DVD, I knew this had to be a total suckfest. But boy was I wrong.

The film starts up basically where the first one left off. Paul (played by Rider Strong) makes his way through the woods, leaving behind a trail of loose flesh with every tree branch that he brushes up against. If you haven't seen the first film, it's basically about a group of teenagers who comes in contact with a deadly flesh eating virus. In this film we find out that the culprit is a local bottling plant in town called "Down Home Water"...and unfortunately they just so happen to supply bottled water to the local high school.

Rider Strong's character quickly meets his demise via the front end of a speeding school bus and this leads us into the next chapter of the 'Cabin Fever' saga...A new group of kids, same deadly virus. A majority of this film takes place around a high school prom where the teens not only try to survive the deadly outbreak, but they also have to contend with a contamination squad who shows up looking to use deadly force as a way to contain the virus.

Overall I enjoyed this film much more than I did the original and it surprises me, having now watched it, that Ti West had such an issue with the end result. The thing that I liked the most about the movie was the overall tone.
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By N. Durham HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on February 17, 2010
Format: DVD
I admittedly wasn't too fond of the original Cabin Fever, and with all the news of production problems that plagued this Eli Roth-less sequel, plus with all the time it spent on Lions Gate's shelf, it's a wonder how Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever didn't turn out to be a steaming train wreck. Instead, what we get here instead is a film that feels as if it's half-finished, and for all rights and purposes, it is. Ti West helms the film, which picks up shortly after the events of the first film, with that same flesh eating virus wrecking havoc upon high school kids at prom. Where the film shines is surprisingly with these high school/teen conventions, which West manages to handle with actual care, just as he did with his excellent recent film The House of the Devil. And oh yeah, there is a heaping amount of gore and sick gross out moments to be had as well. If you're a gorehound, you'll be happy with what all you find here. Where the film fails however is thanks to its ending, or rather lack there of. West had many disagreements with the producers, leading to an ending that truly has been assembled without the man's approval. Still though, there's enough here to recommend Cabin Fever 2 if you have the stomach for it: the animated segments are nicely done, there's a great soundtrack, Giuseppe Andrews returns as the party loving cop Winston (as does Rider Strong in an incredibly brief, but oh so memorable, turn of events in the film's opening), and as said before, there is a heaping amount of gore and just plain disgusting moments. If any of that sounds appealing to you, by all means check out Cabin Fever 2.
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