Cabin Fever, a thriller that explores the fear associated with necrotizing fasciitis--more commonly known as flesh-eating bacteria--is hitting theaters this week. In the movie, teens in a remote cabin (where else?) begin to turn on each other after one of them contracts the bacteria, with predictable results. But is the truth of the disease as scary as the movie? We spoke with James Musser, Chief of the Laboratory of Human Bacterial Pathogenesis at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Dennis Stevens, Chief of Infectious Diseases at Boise Veteran's Affairs, and Victor Nizet, an Associate Professor of Pediatrics for the Division of Infectious Diseases at the University of California, San Diego, about what is known--and not known--about the bugs that eat your skin.