A rumor has been swirling around the Internet this weekend that Troma would be releasing Eli Roth's The Green Inferno (review) after the studio posted about it on its social media pages. Knowing this was highly unlikely, we reached out to Roth and can now confirm this is NOT happening.
Eli Roth's The Green Inferno (review) is a film we've been waiting to see for quite some time now, and unfortunately it looks like we'll be waiting a bit longer as its anticipated September 5th release date via Open Road Films has now been postponed.
I shudder at the thought of being a victim. This very feeling has built the mega industry of horror. But to be food? That’s fear and helplessness on a whole new level. Nanai Games has tapped into the fear of being lower on the food chain by bring us The Green Inferno: Survival, a mobile game based on the Eli Roth film.
A brand new motion one-sheet has arrived for Eli Roth's next film, The Green Inferno (review), and it will make the Germaphobe in you start squealing! Check it out courtesy of Beware the Horror Blog.
Trailer numero dos has arrived for Eli Roth's next film, The Green Inferno (review), and it carries a positive message... Save the Earth and yourself by leaving the jungle the hell alone!
Finally, after months of waiting, the official one-sheet for Eli Roth's next film, The Green Inferno (review), has arrived courtesy of Fandango! Look for it in theatres September 5, 2014, via Open Road Films.
Finally, after months of waiting, the trailer for Eli Roth's next film, The Green Inferno (review), has arrived! Look for it in theatres September 5, 2014, via Open Road Films.
File this one under "casual cannibalism," kids, as we have just come one step closer to Soylent Green as meat maker Bite Labs has found a way to combine celebrity tissue samples and animal products to create some fine salamis. Yep, didn't think I'd be writing about this today. Or even this year.
A release date is making the rounds online for Eli Roth's next film, The Green Inferno (review), and apparently the flick will be seeing the light of day on September 5, 2014, via Open Road Films.
The American remake of We Are What We Are (review) hits VOD on December 17, and while the Mexican thriller of the same name is superior, Jim Mickle’s take on ritualistic cannibalism is a damned fine film in its own right and certainly one of the better cannibal-centric movies to come out recently.
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...
A quick glimpse of Eli Roth's next film, The Green Inferno (review), made its way to the "Tonight Show With Jay Leno," and we have the clip for you right here. Check it out!
Eli Roth's next film, The Green Inferno (review), has scored itself distribution at the Toronto International Film Festival; and we've got the initial details for you to feast on right here, minus the entrails.