Cabin Fever (2016) is almost an exact replica of the same film from 2002, this time produced by Eli Roth instead of directed by him. If you haven't already seen the first, here's the premise: A band of college kids heads to the woods, where they plan on spending their spring break getting drunk and having sex—because that's what spring break is for. The drinking and the sexing is going splendidly when a flesh-eating virus begins to spread from person to person, resulting is horribly gruesome and bloody footage that's even worse the second time around. When the town realizes what's up, they decide to start killing off the kids themselves, presenting us with the only difference between plot lines—the characters all die in totally new ways. We're glad to see an equally hot cast has been used, though, like Nadine Crocker, who goes near full-frontal when she's bloodied up after going topless during a sex scene, and Gage Golightly, who strips down to her panties when she goes swimming.