Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno is finally set for release. The long-awaited cannibal film is a colorful, vivid descent into the […]
You’re going to be waiting a bit longer for Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno to hit the screen. Deadline is reporting that Open Road has taken the cannibal film off of its release schedule. Yikes…
The site says Open Road isn’t revealing whether the film will be getting a new release date soon or go direct-to-video.
?In the wake of this week’s poster drop, the full trailer for The Green Inferno has made its premiere. This one gives you a much better look at Eli Roth’s latest directorial effort and provides you with a bit of the set-up that drives the meat, er, characters into the jungle where they will encounter a tribe of cannibals.
Open Road releases the film on September 5th.
The poster for The Green Inferno – the latest film from director Eli Roth – has made its debut, offering us an image of anguish and confusion.
Directed and co-written by Roth (with Guillermo Amoedo), The Green Inferno stars Lorenza Izzo, Ariel Levy, Daryl Sabara and Kirby Bliss Blanton and follows a group of student activists who from New York City travel to the Amazon to protect a dying tribe, but crash in the jungle and are taken hostage by the very natives they saved.
?Shock is getting word today that The Tank, a new film from Glacier Films, is getting a theatrical release from Open Road. Steven Schneider, of Paranormal Activity and the Insidious films, produced the film.
The Tank is a horror film about six test subjects placed in an isolation chamber to simulate an extended space mission to Mars.
It’s a busy year for Eli Roth. In addition to seeing his latest directorial effort, The Green Inferno, hit theaters on September 5th, he’s getting back behind the camera for Knock Knock, starring Keanu Reeves, Lorenza Izzo and Ana de Armas. On top of that, Roth is also going to produce a supernatural thriller.
This has been an eventful week for two directors that were deemed “splat pack” members several years back. Yesterday, we learned Rob Zombie’s next film will find the helmer going back to the horror genre. Today, the first details for Eli Roth’s new film have struck.
Production is expected to begin this April on Knock Knock, reports The Wrap. Roth will direct from a script he penned with Nicolas Lopez and Guillermo Amoedo. He’ll also produce with Colleen Camp.
?Two months back I had heard Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno was either going to aim for a spring or late summer release. It’s closer to the latter. We’ve just been informed that the film will debut in theaters on September 5, 2014 from Open Road Films.
To date, the film has been enjoying a film festival run.
Shock reader “Sebastian” sent along a link to a German DVD site that revealed some gaudy art for the international DVD and Blu-ray release of The Green Inferno.
Just to let you know – THIS IS A FAKE. Roth confirmed as such via his Instagram account, telling his followers that the film has worldwide theatrical.
The Eli Roth-directed cannibal film will get a theatrical release here in the U.S. Open Road is handling distro duties and, as we reported earlier, we’re hearing that the company is looking at either a February 2014 or August 2014 debut. That may have changed since we last picked up on release new rumblings.
The film has been making the festival rounds to a divided response (of course).
Last night, the Killer POV team asked me to come on board their podcast and that episode is now live. The gang behind this includes Robert Galluzzo of FEARnet, Elric Kane of Inside Horror and Fangoria’s Rebekah McKendry (my Dead Right Horror Trivia Night co-host).
Here’s the episode’s description: The group got to see a slew of up and coming horror features including Eli Roth
With The Green Inferno in the can and making the festival rounds, what does Eli Roth have up next? Well, he’ll have a hand in Beyond the Green Inferno, a sequel directed by Nicolas Lopez. After that? Who knows… But the director of the upcoming American Hustle, David O. Russell, says he has a horror script he penned in Roth’s hands.
In addition to American Hustle, Russell is the director of The Fighter and Silver Linings Playbook. In an hour-long roundtable discussion with The Hollywood Reporter, he revealed the following:
Those cool cats at the Grindhouse Film Festival (which operates out of the New Beverly Cinema) is hosting something especially cool for you to sink into.
For this year’s AFI Fest 2013, the Grindhouse Film Festival will be hosting two screenings of director Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno, a tribute to the 1970’s and 80’s Italian cannibal films from such directors as Ruggero Deodato and Umberto Lenzi.
All regular screenings at the AFI Fest are free, but to guarantee admission please get your advance tickets online or at the AFI box office as detailed inside. Note that as a free event there are often many no-shows for screenings, so even if these screenings sell out you could probably show up to the screening and get in – but try for advance tickets first!
Eli Roth dropped by Jay Leno recently – dressed like a sparkly vampire – and brought some of the first footage to be revealed (well, first to be revealed outside of the film festival circuit) from The Green Inferno. You can watch it via the player inside.
The Green Inferno follows a group of student activists who from New York City travel to the Amazon to protect a dying tribe, but crash in the jungle and are taken hostage by the very natives they saved.
We’ve been hearing rumblings that Open Road Films is looking to release the film either in early 2014 (February-ish) or late summer (August). We’ll keep you posted when something is confirmed.