While Paul is hitting the exterior of the car with a bat, In the ensuing chaos, Jeff inadvertently sets him on fire and he stumbles into the darkness to die. He then abruptly leaves with his dog. Based on Release Date: R 1 hr 39 min Plot Summary Fresh out of college, five friends Nadine Crocker, Matthew Daddario, Samuel Davis face the horrors of a flesh-eating virus while staying at a remote cabin. Paul explains things without mentioning the hermit's presumed death. It tries to take itself seriously and it fails miserably. Hell, even the gore is lame. The college friends Paul, Karen, Bert, Marcy and Jeff rent an isolated cabin in the woods to spend a week together.
The film was released on February 12, 2016 by. When Karen drinks tap water and gets the disease, the group begins their journey to hell. This article's plot summary may be. Bert makes it back to the cabin, but he is followed and shot in the head by Tommy. Watch the original if you want, or literally any other Eli Roth movie. Bert slams the door in his face and the desperate man tries to steal the group's vehicle.
It doesn't even have his signature silly style. Unable to finish the job of splitting her face with a shovel, Paul sets the shed on fire and burns Karen alive. Who else would feel as much passion for the middling material? When they arrive, a man contaminated with a weird disease asks for help to them, but they get in panic and burn the man, who falls in the water reservoir and dies. First off, none of these people should be allowed to act ever again. Later on that evening the group are surrounded by a fire drinking when suddenly a hiker appears to come out of the woods with his dog. Winston takes a liking to Paul and promises to send a tow truck before departing.
Later that night, the infected hermit comes to the cabin in search of help. Paul returns to the boat shed where Karen begs him to kill her. . However, Paul convinces Winston to let him go instead. She stumbles outside and is viciously mauled by a dog.
Back at the cabin, authorities and a hazmat crew clean up the scene. It literally goes down the horror movie cliché checklist. Jeff emerges from hiding and returns to the cabin. Paul succumbs to infection and drops dead in the woods as the boy, Dennis peers at him from around a tree. Bert takes his rifle and explores the woods. The characters are unlikable and annoying, which is weird because I don't remember hating them in the original.
But for those who are, let me affirm your suspicions: this movie blows. And who better to ensure the copy does nothing to improve on the original? The group stops for supplies at Priddy's General Store managed by Cadwell and a man named Tommy. Certainly not the largely bland ensemble of post-adolescent actors cast as the leads, who here can scarcely be called characters. The group seem very hesitant about letting him join but then he shares cigarettes with teens and everything seems fine. Please don't watch this movie. Then they shoehorn in some jokes that aren't funny at all, and you laugh at how horribly they were delivered, and then you'll contemplate what you're doing with your life. The film was supposed to be with , but these plans eventually fell through and the idea of a remake was formed.
Tommy's odd son Dennis, who wears a paper plate rabbit mask, unexpectedly bites Paul's hand in front of the store. At the cabin, Jeff and Marcy quickly get intimate while Paul and Karen share a kiss while sunbathing. The next day Deputy Winston arrives at the cabin to investigate reports of the previous night's commotion. The whole group, except Karen, makes a pact of drinking only beer along the week without knowing where the dead body is. Fearful of contagion, the other four friends lock Karen in the boat shed outside and check each other for signs of infection. One change is that Deputy Winston, a male portrayed by in the first and films, is now played by a female portrayed by.
Please by removing unnecessary details and making it more concise. It makes Patient Zero look like The Dark Knight. Paul recovers Bert's rifle and guns down all three local men. I didn't care if any of them died; in fact I wanted them all to die so the movie would end as quickly as possible. September 2018 A Forest-dwelling hermit returns to his campsite after hunting rabbits and discovers his dog Pancakes dead from a mysterious illness resulting in blood spraying on his face. Marcy discovers she is infected while shaving her legs. Zariwny also discussed and incorporated aspects that Roth wanted to include in the original but wasn't able to.
The good news is that this isn't a theatrical release - it's limited on-demand or something so thankfully a majority of people won't be aware of this abomination's existence. The men: Jeff, Paul and Bert chase him out of their car as he begins spitting up blood throughout the vehicle interior and exterior. I hesitate to call them actors because I saw no semblance of acting on screen. Paul escapes in Tommy's truck, but crashes it into a tree. A of Roth's , the film stars Samuel Davis, , , Nadine Crocker, and Dustin Ingram.
In , it was released on April 28, 2016. Patient Zero had better gore effects. It's a chore to watch, seriously. Paul rents a cabin in the woods to vacation with Karen, Bert, Jeff and Marcy. Startled by the hermit, Bert accidentally shoots him, but his concern turns to fear when Bert sees that his skin shows signs of a deadly infection.