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I’m a big fan of Eli Roth and his angry horror movies. Hostel and Hostel 2 count amongst my favourite political movies of the last decade or two. And The Green Inferno seems to offer more of the same aggressive, biting …
Does it tell us anything about the film’s plot? No. But it sells us scares and a creepy tone, and that’s a very good thing for a film on this mission.
Not a lot to go on, but I’m sure it’ll be violent and bloody and traumatic.
It is the stuff nightmares are made of.
You won’t be seeing this on certain airlines any time soon (as if you would, anyway).
Last night saw the premiere of Eli Roth’s ambitious cannibalism-vs-activism scare picture The Green Inferno at the Toronto International Film Festival, and along came the announcement of a sequel.
I like the sound of this one, though I’m also quite sure it will put me off my dinner.
Sounds like surviving characters will come back for ten new episodes, but I won’t name any unless I make some of the cast appear conspicuous by their absence.
I’m not sure this is a documentary-accurate portrayal of the 2010 Chilean quakes, but that’s really not the point.
When I spoke to Eli Roth a little about Hemlock Grove last month, he told me that he wanted to make a werewolf transformation that is gristly, meaty and painful. He wasn’t kidding.
Produced and co-directed by Eli Roth and adapted from the novel by Brian McGreevy, Hemlock Grove appears to be something of a supernatural soap opera, slightly Twin Peaks-y but with more…
Who are these people? What is this house? And what was that on the lawn?
US release going ahead, UK release put on hold for a few months. Still, here are some clips and featurettes.
This will be a very messy, sticky film, I’m sure.
Being joined by Gemma Arterton, Eli Roth, Saoirse Ronan and more.
Joss Whedon, Eli Roth, Neil Jordan, Chan Wook Park And More Have New Films At The Glasgow Film Festival
And there’s a whole Mark Millar strand named for Kapow!
Netflix are promising to deliver every episode of Hemlock Grove at once this April.
Netflix are doing it right.