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Review: 'The Green Inferno': EW review In Eli Roth’s homage to ’80s Italian cannibal films, a dozen young, attractive eco-idealists head into the Peruvian jungle to protest industrialists displacing indigenous tribes. But soon they’re captured by primitives and become dinner. The Green Inferno is less a riff on spaghetti...C

It's been more than ten years since Cabin Fever left fans wanting for more, with some claiming Eli Roth to be the new am Raimi. Fortunately Hostel proved that Roth was indeed on the right track to become an essential name in horror cinema today. So it's only natural that the anticipation has been running very high for Roth's The Green Inferno, a love letter to the sub genre of cannibal films as made famous by Italian 70's and 80's classics such as Cannibal Holocaust.The premise for the film is quite simple.

We’re just a week away from the release of Eli Roth’s long-delayed The Green Inferno, which encountered a few studio issues after its initial debut on the festival circuit a couple of years ago. But the film is finally hitting theaters, and we have a new, very NSFW clip to prep you for all the bloody, cannibalistic mayhem — if you can handle it. Continue reading…

The Green Inferno first premiered at Fantastic Fest in 2013, with promises to hit theaters sometime last year. Then it ran into some distribution disputes and soon found itself languishing in limbo for over a year. But now you’ll finally have a chance to see Eli Roth’s cannibal horror flick, which has just revealed a new official trailer for your, um, consumption. Continue reading…

‘The Green Inferno’ Trailer: A New Look at Eli Roth’s Exploitation Horror In Eli Roth‘s film The Green Inferno, well-meaning activist kids go to the Amazon with hopes of stopping deforestation. But the leaders of this group aren’t quite as upstanding as they first appear to be, but that’s only one of the problems facing the kids. Disaster strikes, leaving the group stranded in the Amazon, where they find themselves in a plot right out of a ’70s cannibal exploitation thriller. The film was held in its own sort of hell for over a year, with distribution plans caught in legal wrangling between companies.

Eli Roth's Green Inferno Finally Gets Release Date Blumhouse to the rescue!A year ago the trailers and stills were creeping online in the usual way in preparation for a September 5 release date. But then suddenly The Green Inferno, Eli Roth's first film as director since 2007's Hostel II was pulled from the schedules over internal problems at financiers Worldview Entertainment.

Eli Roth’s ‘Green Inferno’ postponed indefinitely Eli Roth's cannibal thriller "Green Inferno," which had been set for release in September, has been pulled from Open Road's calendar.http://www.hitfix.com

Eli Roth's 'The Green Inferno' Gets Delayed Indefinitely Fans of horror filmmaker Eli Roth will have to wait a bit longer to watch his first directorial effort in six years, The Green Inferno, after Worldview Entertainment pulled it from their release slate, delaying it indefinitely. The director confirmed the initial report from Deadline, revealing that they are working to resolve this issue immediately.BREAKING: #TheGreenInferno off the menu for Sept http://t.co/ZTR01Ui2xJ Everyone is working to solve this ASAP.

Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno postponed Eli Roth’s forthcoming cannibal drama The Green Inferno looks to have hit a fairly major snag, with distributor Open Road Films having postponed the film’s release. Deadline reports that the delay is a result of financier Worldview Entertainment getting cold feet over the publicity commitment struck by its former CEO, with Open Road refusing to release the film without receiving the agreed cash. What happens next is unclear, although the report claims that behind the scenes talks are well underway in order to find a solution, with a VOD release one of the suggestions mooted.

New trailer arrives for cannibal horror The Green Inferno: watch now A new trailer has emerged online for The Green Inferno, Eli Roth's stomach-turning tale of a cannibalistic tribe living in the rainforest of Peru. The film follows a group of young American activists, hell-bent on doing their bit for the environment by jumping on a plane and jetting off for a demo against deforestation. Sadly for them, however, the natives aren't as appreciative of their efforts as they might have expected, and it isn't long before their adventure takes a turn for the macabre.

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