4. Cabin Fever
Arguably Eli Roth’s most well known film as director; Cabin Fever again focuses on a group of college students venturing into the woods. This time, however, the gang fall victim to a flesh-eating virus, which in turn attracts the attention of the homicidal locals.
5. I Spit on Your Grave
From the director of Grave Halloween, the I Spit on Your Grave remake follows a writer who is attacked during a cabin retreat and is left for dead. She decides to seek revenge on her attackers in the most brutal way possible. The original film, also known as Day of the Woman, directed by Meir Zarchi follows the same storyline, but they are about dead equal in terms of where they fall on this list.
6. The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974)
The original Texas Chain Saw Massacre has become one of the most seminal horror films of all time. Five friends decide to travel to one of their grandfather’s house in the country, only to be intimidated and haunted by a chainsaw-wielding killer and his family of cannibals.