I went to a press screening last night in the Odeon, Leicester Square for a film called Cabin Fever. The first time producer/director Eli Roth was there for the Q&A session which followed and it made for a pretty interesting insight into him and his work - kind of like a condensed directors commentary. The film is basically a blood-fest horror movie that owes more than a little to The Evil Dead. It has the same humour puncutated gore and involves a group of young college kids in a cabin in the woods, one of which picks up a flesh eating virus. There are some great performances (including Roth himself) and considering the tiny budget the film really hit the spot - far better than the Hollywood excuses of recent years. I think the film is out in October in the UK and I highly recommend it to any horror fans. Go see it! Roth is also collaberating with Richard Kelly (director of Donnie Darko) on a film called The Box which looks like it could be pretty interesting.