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The Green Inferno
The Green Inferno
- 1h 40m
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The mastermind behind the Hostel franchise and Cabin Fever, horror auteur Eli Roth, serves up a feast of gut-wrenching terror in the gruesome fear-fest The Green Inferno. Determined to protect the Amazon rainforest, a group of student activists fly to Peru only to crash-land deep in the jungle. Captured by a pack of bloodthirsty cannibals, the survivors suffer unspeakable acts of butchery at the hands of the very tribe they were trying to save. A non-stop barrage of carnage and chills, The Green Inferno is an unhinged blast!
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Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: The Green Inferno may not win writer-director Eli Roth many new converts, but fans of his flair for gory spectacle should find it a suitably gruesome diversion.
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Common Sense Says
Vile, insulting, incompetent, hateful cannibal movie.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that The Green Inferno is an extremely gory cannibal/torture/horror movie from Eli Roth. It contains incredible amounts of violence and blood; characters are sliced up, cooked, and eaten, as well impaled and chopped up in a plane crash. Both men and women are briefly seen fully and/or partially naked; young women are also shown in bras and panties, and there's brief innuendo and kissing. Language includes "f--k," "s--t," and "a--hole." A character gets a bag of pot and smokes a joint; the pot becomes part of the plot later and is used to get a whole tribe of cannibals high. Roth has an enthusiastic fan club; they'll definitely want to see this, and they may even forgive it. But for most viewers, it will be a truly vile, amateurish, hateful, insulting experience.
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- Release Date:September 25, 2015
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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