Fear will eat you alive... 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-step barrage of carnage and chills, 'The Green Inferno' is an unhinged blast!
No surprises here.
- The Green Inferno review by MW
(0) of (0) members found this review helpful.
You rated this film: 2
Given the director's track record, no prizes for guessing this is a fairly extreme offering. Students crash in the jungle and get captured then eaten by cannibals. The title comes from the original working title of Cannibal Holocaust (a much better film). It's supposedly a comment on the rape of the Environment with a bit of FGM thrown in for good measure. Acting and script are on a par with your local school play. Roth always does good gore though. Alright if you like this sort of thing.