One thing I always make sure to tell fellow horror fans is that they need to invest in a region-free Blu-ray player so they can watch releases from all over the world. Case in point: While we sit around and wait for a U.S. home video release...
Roth has confirmed via Twitter/Instagram that the following artwork and story are incorrect and that The Green Inferno has worldwide theatrical distro; it will Not be going direct to video anywhere.
It'll hit German DVD and Blu-ray on February 13th of next year.
A date for release here in the States hasn't been set. Let's hope the cover art looks better than the German art you'll find below!
- John Squires
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