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Overview: Cabin Fever is everything you could possibly want from the co-ed/camping/horror genre. And like the film itself, the DVD is a nice balance of comedy, camp, and gore, and filled with extras. The half-hour making-of documentary is fairly informative and witty, particularly for a lower-budgeted horror film. One of the highlights is seeing the great Angelo Badalamenti's (of David Lynch fame!) enthusiasm about his musical score. However, if you really want an insiders' view of the film, check out one of the four available commentaries (from the director, the "guys," the "girls," and the filmmakers). Also included are three shorts by director Eli Roth featuring his crass, clay animation series The Rotten Fruit. "Pancakes!" is a grainy, music video of a woman doing Kung Fu to "Electric Six" singing "Gay Bar." Not really sure where the flapjacks fit in, but it is amusing. "Chick-Vision," while sounding enticing, is merely another way to describe child blocked viewing. In closing, be sure to check out the G-rated "family version" of Cabin Fever: appropriately 1 minute and 13 seconds in length.
DVD Features: Directed by Eli Roth. Actors: Richard Boone, II, Hal Courtney, Charee Cuthrell, James DeBello, Jana Farmer. Features Director's shorts, 5 feature length commentaries, Beneath the Skin: The Making of Cabin Fever, Family friendly version, Pancakes!, Chick Vision, English and Spanish sub-titles. Trailers. Widescreen, NTSC in English.
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