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From executive producer Eli Roth (Hostel) and based on Brian McGreevy's novel, Hemlock Grove is a murder-mystery series involving the eccentric residents of a former steel town in Pennsylvania. The story begins with the discovery of a high school cheerleader, mangled and murdered in the shadow of an abandoned Godfrey steel mill. The ensuing investigation exposes the community s underbelly and reveals that nothing is as it seems. To celebrate the DVD and Blu-ray release of Hemlock Grove: Season 1 this coming Monday (21 April), we have Three DVD copies to give away via Kaleidoscope. This is an exclusive competition for our Facebook and Twitter fans, so if you haven't already, 'Like' us at facebook.com/CineVueUK or follow us @CineVue before answering the question below.
- CineVue UK
Eli Roth gets back behind the camera for the first time since 2007′s Hostel: Part II this year with the arrival of the cannibal horror The Green Inferno, which has just received its first trailer courtesy of Open Road Films. Check it out after the official synopsis…
Directed, co-written, and produced by Roth (Cabin Fever, Hostel franchise), The Green Inferno follows a group of student activists who travel from New York City to the Amazon to save a tribe from extinction. In an unfortunate twist of fate, when the group arrives, they are taken hostage by the very cannibals they sought to protect.
The Green Inferno is set for release on September 15th in the States, with a cast that includes Lorenza Izzo (Aftershock), Ariel Levy (Aftershock), Daryl Sabara (Spy Kids) and Kirby Bliss Blanton (Project X).
- Gary Collinson
Seems like I’ve been reporting on this one forever! Eli Roth brings back the cannibal sub genre in his new project The Green Inferno and after a successful festival run late last year it is coming to theaters and I’ve got the trailer to prove it.
The Green Inferno – Trailer No. 1
As the trailer states, still have to wait till September but at least … Continue reading →
- Dave Dreher
It follows a group of American student activists whose altruism is put to the test when their plane crashes in the Amazon and they’re captured by a local tribe…with a taste for human flesh!
The movie is both directed and co-written (with Guillermo Amoedo) by Roth and it’s inspired by those delectable Italian 1970s and 80s Italian exploitation films such as Cannibal Holocaust, Cannibal Terror, Cannibal Ferox and Eaten Alive!
With its graphic scenes of violence, animal cruelty (sometimes real – absolutely not okay) and general grubby nastiness, the genre was always controversial. Ruggero Deodato, director of Cannibal Holocaust was even arrested as authorities thought he’d filmed snuff (he hadn’t, by the way).
So it should be a perfect match for Roth. He’s »
- Claire Joanne Huxham
It's been six years since horror director Eli Roth was behind the camera, with Hostel 2, but don't think that has softened him any. He's back with The Green Inferno, bringing his own brand of high intensity gore to the tale of a group of American student activists taken hostage by cannibals in the Amazon. This first trailer for the project doesn't give much away, but, my god, is it totally unnerving, and won't fail to make your skin crawl. Released: 5th September (U.S.)/ ? (Irl/U.K.) »
- email@example.com (Tom White)
The first trailer has arrived online for The Green Inferno, Eli Roth's tale of cannibal terror set in the Amazon rainforest. Roth's first directorial effort in six years, the new film will follow a group of student activists who travel from NYC to the rainforest in order to save an ancient tribe from extinction. However, it turns out that said tribe are actually cannibals, and have no great desire to be saved from anything… except starvation, that is. Take a look at the new trailer, below… This first trailer skirts around...
- George Wales
Eli Roth's latest offering of globe-trotting terror takes us deep into the Peruvian rain forests, where a group of good-time-lovin' student activists soon find themselves abandoned and at the mercy of a savage, flesh-craving tribe of indigenous cannibals. Roth again joins forces with Aftershock director Nicolas Lopez, with the Chilean filmmaker this time providing Producer and Co-Writer duties while Roth directs. While the results are just as gory, manic and populated almost entirely by unlikable characters, something about the disgusting nature of the cannibal sub-genre makes their particular combination of decidedly off-colour humour and celebratory carnage a much better fit than it did in the disaster movie setting of their previous collaboration.I saw The Green Inferno when it screened back at Fantastic Fest last September, and...
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The sneak peek comes ahead of the thriller's September 5 Us release and chronicles the travels of a group of New York student activists who venture out into the Amazon to save a dying tribe.
With only good intentions, the clip reveals that the activists are eventually taken hostage and tortured by the tribe.
After making its debut at the Toronto Film Festival last year, Open Road Films has since acquired the motion picture.
Roth is already said to be working on a sequel to the film and is currently directing on another project titled Knock Knock.
The studio has yet to reveal a UK release date for The Green Inferno. »
Open Road Films has unveiled the trailer for the upcoming "The Green Inferno" horror thriller, which is directed by Eli Roth (Hostel) and is about a cannibal tribe. Check it out below. Plot: The story follows a group of student activists who travel from New York City to the Amazon to protect a dying tribe, but crash in the jungle and are taken hostage by the very natives they saved. "The Green Inferno" is set to hit theaters on September 5th. Trailer: »
After making the festival rounds last year which led to its acquisition by Open Road Films, Eli Roth’s Italian cannibal throwback The Green Inferno, is finally making its way into theaters nationwide. It seems Roth’s latest has divided nearly all who’ve gotten a chance to see it into a ‘love it or hate it’ camp, and this teaser just released today doesn’t give us much to go by. I think it’s safe to say if you’re a Roth fan and dig cannibals, then this should whet your appetite enough. Check it out below!
The Green Inferno opens September 5th.
The Green Inferno follows a group of student activists who travel from New York City to the Amazon to save a tribe from extinction. In an unfortunate twist of fate, when the group arrives, they are taken hostage by the very tribe they sought to protect. »
- Justin Edwards
The film debuted at Tiff last autumn, but aside from the odd still and a lot of talk from Eli Roth, non-festival audiences are yet to experience The Green Inferno. That's sort of of changed this morning with the arrival of the first trailer, but given its (appropriate for the title) green-band nature, there's still not much to see here. Prepare for another Roth lesson in never going travelling. Stay in your homes, kids.Roth's tribute to the gonzo Italian likes of Ruggero Deodato and Umberto Lenzi sees a group of student activists head deep into the Peruvian jungle and face the threat of being eaten alive at the hands of a hungry indigent tribe. Sticking to Roth's penchant for a clever marketing hook, you'll notice that the trailer is at pains to point out that Green Inferno stars a Peruvian rainforest tribe that's never been filmed before. Roth has »
Roth directed, produced and co-wrote (with Guillermo Amoedo) the horror-thriller, which follows a group of student activists who travel from New York to the Amazon with good intentions — but end up at the mercy of the cannibalistic tribe they went to help save from extinction.
Along with shots that tease the students’ demise, the end of the trailer provides the following message: “Filmed on location in the rainforest of Peru, the native tribe featured in this motion picture has never been filmed before.”
- Alex Stedman
The first trailer for director Eli Roth's “The Green Inferno” offers a bite-sized look at the bloody horror that will unfold on screen when his latest horror hits theaters on Sept. 15. “Inferno” follows an unfortunate group of student activists who travel all the way from New York City to the Amazon to get eaten by the cannibalistic tribe they're trying to save from extinction. Also read: Keanu Reeves to Star in Eli Roth's Psychosexual Thriller ‘Knock Knock’ Lorenza Isso, Ariel Levy, Daryl Sabara, and Kirby Bliss Blanton star in Roth's first directorial effort in six years since “Hostel: Part II. »
- Greg Gilman
It's been over a year since the first photo for director Eli Roth's cannibal thriller The Green Inferno was released. Today the first teaser trailer was released, and it gives us a glimpse of what looks to be a crazy terrifying movie. The story follows a group of student activists from New York City who travel to the Amazon to protect a dying tribe. They end up crash landing in the jungle and are taken hostage by the very natives they're trying to save, who also want to eat the them. What makes this movie even more interesting is the fact that Roth shot the film on location in Peru, and they used a real tribe in that location that has never been captured on film before. I wonder how many people were eaten for real during the making of the film.
The movie comes out on September 5th. »
- Joey Paur
Actor/filmmaker Eli Roth has kept busy in recent years by producing lower-budgeted horror fare like The Last Exorcism movies and The Sacrament, as well as RZA’s passion project kung fu throwback The Man with the Iron Fists (which Roth co-wrote), but because of that he hasn’t released a feature as director since Hostel: Part II in 2007. That changes this year, with the arrival of Roth’s latest original gore-ific addition to the horror genre, titled The Green Infero.
Green Inferno, based on a script Roth co-penned with Guillermo Amoedo (Aftershock), follows a group of New York-based student activists who travel to the Amazon, in order to provide care for a dying native South American tribe. However, as the first trailer (see above) so eloquently teases, that scheme doesn’t exactly go according to plan, when it turns out said natives have ...
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- Sandy Schaefer
The thing that intrigues me the most about the first teaser trailer for director Eli Roth’s upcoming cannibal opus “The Green Inferno” is the quote they decided to use. Although Killer Film believes that nothing can prepare you for this film, the person who wrote that line has obviously never watched an Italian cannibal flick. Because that’s what “The Green Inferno” is — a re-tread of the subgenre. Roth is essentially the Quentin Tarantino of horror at this point. Of course, you might disagree. Roth’s tale follows a group of activists who head to the Amazon jungle to check up on a dying tribe. Unfortunately for our attractive heroes, they end up as a recipe in the native’s cookbook. Blood and gore ensues. If that sounds like fun to you, then Open Road Films wants you to catch “The Green Inferno” in theaters on September 5, 2014. Take a »
- Todd Rigney
After spending the last several years either in front of the camera or producing, Eli Roth has finally returned to directing feature films with The Green Inferno. Though it played last year at several festivals, the general public will have to wait until September before they can see his new cannibal film. To tied you over until then, have a look at the trailer that was just released.
Our own Scott Weinberg wrote that "The Green Inferno works as both a gut-punch horror film and a distressingly downbeat adventure story." Read his full review here
- Chris Connors
Eli Roth channels Cannibal Holocaust in The Green Inferno, his upcoming horror film that was held in pretty high regard by engre fans who saw the film at last year's Toronto International Film Fest and Fantastic Fest. In fact the film did so well, there is talk of a sequel already in the works.
Idealistic Justine (Lorenza Izzo) joins a group of campus radicals on a mission to disrupt the illegal clear-cutting of a Peruvian jungle, which is endangering the tranquil lives of an isolated Amazonian tribe. Armed with good intentions and the power of their cellphone cameras, the group flies to Peru and seemingly succeeds in their mission. But the activists’ celebration quickly turns to tragedy when their plane crashes in the jungle — and they find themselve [Continued ...] »
It might be hard to believe, but it's been a whopping seven years since Eli Roth's last feature-length effort, "Hostel: Part II." He's finally back in theaters this September with another horror project, "The Green Inferno," and if the just-released trailer is anything to go by, he hasn't lost his passion to shock audiences. Shot in Peru and Chile, co-written by Roth and Guillermo Amoedo, follows a group of New York City students traveling to Peru with means to stage a protest only to end up in the hands of a tribe of cannibals. "The Green Inferno" opens on September 5th. Watch below. »
- Nigel M Smith
Open Road Films has released the first trailer for The Green Inferno, Eli Roth's first feature directorial outing since 2007's Hostel: Part II. Lorenza Izzo, Ariel Levy, Daryl Sabara and Kirby Bliss Blanton star as a group of New York college students and environmental activists who travel to the Amazon jungle to save an endangered tribe. Little do they know that these natives are actually cannibals, and they must fight to get back home in one piece. Take a look before this gruesome thriller drips into theaters September 5.
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