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Showing posts from February 24, 2016

The Green Inferno (2013) - Eli Roth

Obviously, this is a film truly inspired by the brief cannibal craze of the late 70's and early 80's. The film calls back to classics like Cannibal Ferox and Cannibal Holocaust. However, this film has the technology to fully flush out the genre. This gross-out horror film, from the master of sleaze, is a perfect fit for the overly-saturated PG-13 era of horror that we live in. The film is as beautiful as it is revolting. It's definitely worth a watch. If you're brave enough.

A group of young college kids go on a protest trip to South America. Their goal is to protest the destruction of the rain forest in Peru and stop a demolition company from its work. Nothing goes right from the start. Justine, the main character, is set-up and used by their guide and leader, Alejandro. They manage to accomplish their goal but end up being stranded after a plane crash on their return trip. The survivors of the trip are found by a cannibalistic tribe that seems more than excited to eat…