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Check Out the Gruesome Practical Effects from 'Cabin Fever: Patient Zero'

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Cabin Fever: Patient Zero

Though we don't yet have an official date, we do know that 2014 will see the release of Cabin Fever: Patient Zero, the first of two more upcoming sequels to Eli Roth's 2002 debut.  Those worried that the practical effects from the first two films will be thrown out the window in favor of CGI will be happy to know that makeup master Vincent J. Guastini handled the effects for the film, and he's just revealed several images and videos that give us a glimpse at the gruesome carnage that will be on display in it.

Cabin Fever: Patient Zero

As we spotted over on Dread Central, Guastini recently opened up about his work on Patient Zero, indicating that we're in store for one hell of a bloody sequel.  He describes that pretty much every character in the film will be infected, mangled and mutilated by the time the end credits roll, custom made dummies and prosthetic suits turning the cast of young actors into truly horrifying monsters.

"The challenge of this movie was to beat anything previously done in the whole Cabin Fever series you have seen and have as many memorable sequences as possible of anything else achieved in any other film dealing with a flesh-eating disease," says Guastini.  "I wanted these effects to be the last word on any virus or flesh-eating skin disease you could come up with."

Watch the two videos below to see even more of Guastini's icky contributions to Cabin Fever: Patient Zero!

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