The Trailer For Eli Roth’s Green Inferno Is Deliciously Disturbing
Like the ill-fated plane-crash survivors in Hostel director Eli Roth’s cannibal-sploitation horror flick, The Green Inferno, the film’s full-length trailer has finally crashed onto computer screens.
Owing to a lot of studio legal mumbo jumbo, the film’s initial September 2014 release date was cancelled in North America, but The Green Inferno is finally taking a bite out of courageous moviegoers September 25, 2015, and thankfully not just on VOD, where it was almost headed.
This is actually a pretty exciting time for Roth, who already has a new film in the can (Knock Knock, starring Keanu Reeves) and is attached to bring Steven Alten’s prehistoric killer shark novel, Meg, to the big screen in 2017.
If you don’t know what The Green Inferno is about by now, press play on the trailer below to find out.
Want another taste? Here’s the film’s highly amusing Father’s Day-themed teaser that came out on, wouldn’t ya know, Father’s Day.