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First pic from Eli Roth's The Green Inferno!

Feb. 10, 2013by: The Arrow

ELI ROTH finally went back to the director's chair with THE GREEN INFERNO (he's been MIA since Hostel 2 in 2007) and a FIRST PIC from the film just popped up online. See it below! THE GREEN INFERNO is inspired by the cannibal-themed exploitation flicks from the 70's and 80's (like Cannibal Holocaust) and it stars Lorenza Izzo, Ariel Levy and Sky Ferreira. Here's what it's about:

A group of student activists from New York City travel to the Amazon to protect a dying tribe, but crash in the jungle and are taken hostage by the very natives they saved.

I hate when that happens! The film has no release date just yet but 2013 seems to be the year. More juice when we get some!

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8:44PM on 02/11/2013

Can't wait to see this!

Eli Roth doing a cannibal movie? That's awesome! Or, it will be if it goes NC-17 or unrated. The best thing about this is there wont be any animals actually killed in this one.
Eli Roth doing a cannibal movie? That's awesome! Or, it will be if it goes NC-17 or unrated. The best thing about this is there wont be any animals actually killed in this one.
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1:49PM on 02/11/2013
I am hip to this news; however, I am not seeing The Green Inferno. Gore is not always my thing, and Roth's politics are not especially my own. Rather, Roth deserves compliments on the body of work that he is building. Like Romero or Craven, Roth does not mind making a socio-political statement in his genre work. He is anti-colonial in The Green Inferno and both Hostel I and II. All three films warn ugly Americans to not be such ugly Americans in other cultures and societies. Roth challenges
I am hip to this news; however, I am not seeing The Green Inferno. Gore is not always my thing, and Roth's politics are not especially my own. Rather, Roth deserves compliments on the body of work that he is building. Like Romero or Craven, Roth does not mind making a socio-political statement in his genre work. He is anti-colonial in The Green Inferno and both Hostel I and II. All three films warn ugly Americans to not be such ugly Americans in other cultures and societies. Roth challenges American jingoism. Certainly, Inglourious Basterds interrogates and problematizes the typical, traditional American war films (typical propaganda?), and 2001 Maniacs does much of the same. In both films, neither the Nazis nor the Confederates are the flat characters of jingoistic fantasies. The protagonists are not unequivocally heroes, and the villains are not simply caricatures (even in 2001 Maniacs, the exaggerated characters share ultimately the tragic tale of their village, and they explain how the Union army helped make them monsters). Roth's Green Inferno looks like another Roth film saying something more significant than most genre fare. Good for him.
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5:56AM on 02/11/2013
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BuI'll be watching "The green inferno" since I am a huge fan of Cannibal Holocaust.
Extra tidbit : NO
BuI'll be watching "The green inferno" since I am a huge fan of Cannibal Holocaust.
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7:25PM on 02/10/2013
Oh my god, I am so excited for this movie.
Oh my god, I am so excited for this movie.
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