Eli Roth’s latest horror flick “The Green Inferno” will finally be released on September 25. The credit goes to Blumhouse Productions label BH Tilt, Universal Pictures and High Top Releasing. Read more to know details.
DEADLINE reports, “The long-awaited ‘The Green Inferno’ will finally see a release date on September 25 thanks to Blumhouse Productions label BH Tilt, Universal Pictures and High Top Releasing.” The film would hit roughly 1,000 screens, said the source.
The movie was supposed to be released on September 5 last year via Open Road Films, unfortunately, it was stuck on financial hurdles.
It is reported that Blumhouse focuses in micro-budget genre pics, and that it has a 10-year first-look production agreement with Uni. “BH Tilt is a forward thinking label that is helping to redefine how genre movies can be released,” said Roth in a statement.
The source also added that the director expressed his profound gratitude to his fans for their implausible support for “The Green Inferno.” He also thanked everyone at Blumhouse and Universal for ensuring that the fans can experience the film in many theatres throughout the country.
The source revealed that movie involves travelling of a group of student activists to the Amazon to save the rain forest, where they find out that they are not alone.
The movie “is a wild, fun ride that took us deeper into the Amazon than anyone has ever taken a film crew,” Eli Roth told in a statement, said the source.
According to previous report from VULTURE, “The movie is based on Ruggero Deodato’s 1980 Cannibal Holocaust — which Roth actually screened for an Amazonian village back in 2012 — you can pretty much imagine what happens next.”
Is “The Green Inferno” a terrifying Roth fun ride or a laughing fun ride? Catch the whole story when the movie is released in September.
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