According to deadline.com: A supernatural thriller set in South Carolina, South Of Hell focuses on Maria Abascal (Suvari), a stunning demon-hunter-for-hire whose power stems from within. ... See full summary »
Glenn D. Bridges,
A journalism student, Lilly, who disappears while making a documentary about water levels at Lake Mead. When Lilly's cousin Erica goes searching for her, she comes to learn that some ... See full summary »
The film's links to "Cannibal Holocaust" are numerous. In addition to being one of Eli Roth's favorite horror films and one that inspired his directing career, "The Green Inferno" was actually the working title that Ruggero Deodato used when he was making this movie; it was changed to something more bluntly descriptive and shocking (particularly with the use of the word "Holocaust"). See more »
As another reviewer stated, Eli Roth hits us with an uneven movie. Not uneven when it comes to gore. Not even uneven, when it comes to some of the characters (there are still twists to be found here, that are nice, especially if you consider the whole romance angle that is mostly played out in movies, not only horror movies).
So the environment is something we should protect right? Even if we have "sacrifice" a bit for it (no puns intended). The story rolls on and might only take off (again, no pun intended), when there is an unplanned "event" happening. Our characters have to face that what they thought they were protecting. More than that would be spoiling the little story there is. Unfortunately the ending might spoil it for you too ... if it wasn't spoiled before ... Not great by any means, but decent enough for one watch
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