Horror cannibal flick “The Green Inferno” directed by Eli Roth has earned mixed reviews both from critics and audience. The cannibal genre film is inspired by an Italian horror of late 70’s. Distinguished horror novelist Stephen King praised Roth for his execution and termed it as gripping stating it as a throwback vibe of the cannibal horror flick. Read on to find out more about “The Green Inferno.”
The horror flick is not for a chicken heart not everyone can dare to watch the cruel cannibalism on screen. It revolves around a group of American college students who leave for a humanitarian trip to Amazon rainforest where they get trapped after a plane crash. The group is then caught by a cannibal tribe finally killing them one after another as stated by VC Post.
Roth mentioned that, not all the movies are loved and liked universally, they are created simply to observe the reactions that come up after provocation. After watching “The Green Inferno” audience will not simply walk out of theatre they’ll run, Roth thinks that is equivalent to standing ovation for him.
Roth is deeply inspired from the late 70s’ Italian movie “Cannibal Holocaust” from where he derived “The Green Inferno.” Well, it seems not everyone liked the movie “The Green Inferno” received negative feedback from the high-profile critics including Martin Tsai and Neil Genzlinger.
Roths’ work has been noted and applauded by horror novelist Stephen King as he responded positively on twitter mentioning that “The Green Inferno” has a gripping appearance on screen as well as hard to watch.
“The Green Inferno” has made $3.5 million gross collection up till now.
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