The Green Inferno
Directed by Eli Roth
A group of college students take their humanitarian protest to the Amazon jungle, only to be taken prisoner by the indigenous tribe they came to save. Trapped in a remote tribal village, these naïve, technology- dependent students suffer unspeakable acts as the victims of chilling and soul- destroying rituals reserved for only the most threatening intruders. Fear will eat you alive… Contains strong language, sexual scenes, violence and gore.
A group of college students take their humanitarian protest to the Amazon jungle, only to be taken prisoner by the indigenous tribe they came to save.
Cast: Lorenza Izzo, Ariel Levy, Aaron Burns
Eli Roth doing what he does best, ripping off other films, talentless cunt.
Considering the subject matter, it's a painfully dull film, that predictably plods along with no surprises. It seemingly takes forever to get going, does very little once it has and then goes to the rushed ending that everyone saw coming. To top it off there aren't any likable characters, even the main character is like blank sheet of paper. On the up side the gore isn't half bad. All in all a very skippable film with pretty much nothing going for it except the gore.
Well this was an unexpected gorefest. Really enjoyed it, and had a few moments i couldnt look!!
Great film. Very picky with my horrors as it takes allot to put me on the edge of my seat but this did the trick! Worth a watch! Just don't eat while watching ;-)
bloody good film