ELI ROTH'S (director of HOSTEL, HOSTEL 2) brand new film THE GREEN INFERNO (2015) Trailer(s) Inside

  • HorrorHound

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    Sep 03, 2015 6:34 PM GMT
    Synopsis: A group of student activists travels to the Amazon to save the rain forest and soon discover that they are not alone, and that no good deed goes unpunished.

    The Green-Band Trailer:



    The NSFW "Banned" Red-Band Trailer:

  • HorrorHound

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    Sep 03, 2015 6:36 PM GMT
    BTW I meant to post this originally in the Arts & Entertainment section. Don't know why this got posted in the "All things gay" group. Sorry Guys!
  • Oceans_of_Flo...

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    Sep 04, 2015 4:58 AM GMT
    You know something is terrifying when the Green Band Trailer is scarier than the Red Band one. I'll go see this knowing it will make me squirm and feel sick. I'll then wait attentively for the hilarious low rent sequel, which will make me laugh.
  • venue35

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    Sep 04, 2015 8:49 AM GMT
    I've been waiting two years to see this...
    Don't know why its taken them so long to get it in theaters..something about the original film company going bust.
    I still want to see this and I really liked Hostel there were a few scenes in that where I thought I was gonna have a heart attack
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    Sep 04, 2015 4:43 PM GMT
    Peru is dangerous but not that dangerous haha. I love a good thriller none the less.
  • bro4bro

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    Sep 04, 2015 7:42 PM GMT
    And now it's time for my Eli Roth rant.

    HOSTEL. It's set in Slovakia, which was depicted as being this horrible sinister place but in real life it's basically Indiana, with babushkas.

    So they got this poor American fratboy strapped to a chair, they’re drilling holes in him, slicing him open, chopping off body parts, but somehow he’s still got his underwear on! And they’re not even briefs; he’s wearing boxers! Seriously – even when they disembowel him, he’s still wearing the fucking boxers!

    And the German, the one who’s torturing him, it's already been established that he’s gay. So, why isn’t the fratboy naked? Are they afraid of offending somebody? Grossing out the audience? Like the sight of a guy’s dick is more offensive than seeing his goddamn intestines spilling out all over the table?

    Bottom line, Eli Roth is either a pussy or a homophobe. His new movie looks like it contains all sorts of violence and dismemberment and blood and guts... but I'll bet he still isn't man enough to show a fat American cock onscreen.
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    Sep 04, 2015 11:11 PM GMT
    bro4bro saidAnd now it's time for my Eli Roth rant.

    HOSTEL. It's set in Slovakia, which was depicted as being this horrible sinister place but in real life it's basically Indiana, with babushkas.

    So they got this poor American fratboy strapped to a chair, they’re drilling holes in him, slicing him open, chopping off body parts, but somehow he’s still got his underwear on! And they’re not even briefs; he’s wearing boxers! Seriously – even when they disembowel him, he’s still wearing the fucking boxers!

    And the German, the one who’s torturing him, it's already been established that he’s gay. So, why isn’t the fratboy naked? Are they afraid of offending somebody? Grossing out the audience? Like the sight of a guy’s dick is more offensive than seeing his goddamn intestines spilling out all over the table?

    Bottom line, Eli Roth is either a pussy or a homophobe. His new movie looks like it contains all sorts of violence and dismemberment and blood and guts... but I'll bet he still isn't man enough to show a fat American cock onscreen.



    Sorry to say, but I highly doubt there was some huge "agenda" to preach "homophobia" in his film. Yes, his film's are filled to the brim with frat boy humor, nothing more/nothing less. No agenda. He was telling a horrifying story based on a true story that actuslly happens out in those countries he researched based on the "Deep/Dark Web" (VERY horrifying stuff!).

    It's like this past years critical Horror sleeper hit "IT FOLLOWS", there have been gay men claiming it was "homophobic" because it didn't have a homosexual character (!!!!??!!!?) icon_rolleyes.gif

    I can see or understand on some level where on a simplistic level this could be read into, but this is just grasping straws. The film Hostel wasn't a message or agenda of homophobia. The story that unfolded is just that, the story he was telling.
  • HorrorHound

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    Sep 04, 2015 11:14 PM GMT
    bro4bro saidAnd now it's time for my Eli Roth rant.

    HOSTEL. It's set in Slovakia, which was depicted as being this horrible sinister place but in real life it's basically Indiana, with babushkas.

    So they got this poor American fratboy strapped to a chair, they’re drilling holes in him, slicing him open, chopping off body parts, but somehow he’s still got his underwear on! And they’re not even briefs; he’s wearing boxers! Seriously – even when they disembowel him, he’s still wearing the fucking boxers!

    And the German, the one who’s torturing him, it's already been established that he’s gay. So, why isn’t the fratboy naked? Are they afraid of offending somebody? Grossing out the audience? Like the sight of a guy’s dick is more offensive than seeing his goddamn intestines spilling out all over the table?

    Bottom line, Eli Roth is either a pussy or a homophobe. His new movie looks like it contains all sorts of violence and dismemberment and blood and guts... but I'll bet he still isn't man enough to show a fat American cock onscreen.


    Oh, one other thing: Hostel Part 2 graphically showed the antagonists cock get cut off by a pair of shears by the lead heroine. So, guess he did have some slight balls. Heh
  • venue35

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    Sep 04, 2015 11:47 PM GMT
    I really liked the first Hostel especially the scene towards the end where the American runs over those nasty Slovakian bitches!!!!!
  • HorrorHound

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    Sep 05, 2015 12:06 AM GMT
    bro4bro saidAnd now it's time for my Eli Roth rant.

    HOSTEL. It's set in Slovakia, which was depicted as being this horrible sinister place but in real life it's basically Indiana, with babushkas.

    So they got this poor American fratboy strapped to a chair, they’re drilling holes in him, slicing him open, chopping off body parts, but somehow he’s still got his underwear on! And they’re not even briefs; he’s wearing boxers! Seriously – even when they disembowel him, he’s still wearing the fucking boxers!

    And the German, the one who’s torturing him, it's already been established that he’s gay. So, why isn’t the fratboy naked? Are they afraid of offending somebody? Grossing out the audience? Like the sight of a guy’s dick is more offensive than seeing his goddamn intestines spilling out all over the table?

    Bottom line, Eli Roth is either a pussy or a homophobe. His new movie looks like it contains all sorts of violence and dismemberment and blood and guts... but I'll bet he still isn't man enough to show a fat American cock onscreen.


    Oh, another thing to mention: the MPAA & the Censors. When it comes to nudity the MPAA are very strict w/ male nudity slapping films w/ the dreaded NC-17 meaning barely any distribution. So filmmakers have to use unique ways to work around this. Hense, the victim not being nude. Especially when violence is being used in the scene on top of that. Horror films have a hard time w/ the ratings board (MPAA) and such and there have been many film censored , cut, or slapped with a NC-17 due to male nudity which causes mainstream theater chains to outright refuse to show the film. Thats probably the reason why. Or, one of many reasons.
  • HorrorHound

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    Sep 05, 2015 12:08 AM GMT
    venue35 saidI really liked the first Hostel especially the scene towards the end where the American runs over those nasty Slovakian bitches!!!!!


    Yessssss!!! Prob my FAV scene in the entire film! Those bitches had that coming.
  • venue35

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    Sep 05, 2015 7:07 PM GMT
    Hahaha what's funny is that in the beginning of the film the Slovakian girls look like super models and at the end of the film they look really nasty and unkempt
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    Sep 06, 2015 1:18 PM GMT
    I'll be honest not much for these kind of filmes. BUT I was on edge of chair watching the clips... bad dreames for sure..YIKES! lol
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    Sep 06, 2015 1:56 PM GMT
    based on the trailer, it just looks like it's going to be another gore/blood fest. much like Eli Roth's other films (cabin fever). to me it's not scary. it's not putting my mind into a particular setting/scenario. it's just seeing red blood and guts everywhere.

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    Sep 06, 2015 3:34 PM GMT
    willular saidbased on the trailer, it just looks like it's going to be another gore/blood fest. much like Eli Roth's other films (cabin fever). to me it's not scary. it's not putting my mind into a particular setting/scenario. it's just seeing red blood and guts everywhere.



    I get it. You like "psychological/smart horror". Though, I have to point out after seeing this said time and time again. So do I. But sometimes it can be fun to sit back & enjoy a special effects reel made by the hands of man. It's like a magic show. Oddly enough I don't like all that "torture porn" shit. I don't care for the "Hostel" films. I hate the "SAW" series. I despise "A Serbian Film". INSIDE, MARTYRS, MURDER-SET-PIECES are where I draw the lines. In Hostel, Seeing awful callous people killing for the awful sake because they have the money to afford to do so. There are 3 reasons I wanna see this: it's a throwback to 70's/80's italian amazon/cannibal flicks, it's a social commentary film about todays "social
    Justice warriors", & of course the practical effects made by the handsof man. Thats rare in horror noawsdays. Otherwise I'd write this off as another "Eli Roth Torture Fest..."

    However, just because some films have some gore in them, does NOT mean it can't be a "thinking man's Horror Film". No offense but some of the people on this site that complain about gore & cite "I'm just too sophisticated" go running to their tv set for the gory bore of a soap opera known as THE WALKING DEAD. Which by the way - has alot of gore!

    I tried to engage & veer people into seeing this past years Horror film that many thought was a great throwback film in style & technicality called IT FOLLOWS. It made you think. It made you discuss. Yet some on here either bitched "it didn't spoonfeed me any explanations", "it was not fast paced enough" (i get it, everything has to be for the #Twitter generation now), it wasn't even gory at all but a great slow creepfest BUT then those that complained "it wasn't gory", "it was homophobic, no gay characters". Blah blah blah.


    Anyways, point is - now in this specific films case - YES, this is a gory torture film. HOWEVER, NOT all Horror Films that contain gory special effects & such aren't "torture" films & certainly can be a complex thinking man's psychological film.

    /rant .
  • venue35

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    Sep 07, 2015 11:02 AM GMT
    I thought the first Saw was quite good actually
  • Musicman91

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    Sep 08, 2015 2:59 AM GMT
    This makes me think he was inspired by "Cannibal Holocaust".
  • HorrorHound

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    Sep 10, 2015 4:22 AM GMT
    Musicman91 saidThis makes me think he was inspired by "Cannibal Holocaust".


    It is. Eli Roth is a HUGE fan of Cannibal Holocaust.
  • btm7969

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    Sep 10, 2015 11:15 AM GMT
    fuck yeah , i'm dying to see this underrated taking too long to be released film I know its gonna be a instant classic and a very rare one when it does come out on dvd so i'll be buying mine asap...
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    Sep 10, 2015 3:46 PM GMT
    HELL YES! CAN'T WAIT!