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Tuesday, September 22, 2015

The Green Inferno: Movie Review


By: Lakwatsera Lovers

Justine (Lorenza Izzo) is a college freshman who joined a group of activists led by Alejandro (Ariel Levy) in attempting to stop the destruction of the rain forest. Their group traveled all the way to Peru and succeeded in their goal but unfortunately, things went horribly wrong as their plane crashes down in the heart of the jungle. Things got worst, when the remaining survivors are held captive by a blood-thirsty tribe that wants fresh meat for their dinner. Soon, they must face the odds and find a way to escape and survive the ultimate test of their lives.

I grew up watching different brutal films like Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Hostel and Wrong Turn. We are looking forward to this since last year until it got shelved for some reasons. Thankfully, the green light and the uncut version was just freaking fantastic, bloody and brutal.

The film started a bit off, and it really takes a while for us to get into the juicy bits. But, once the real show got started, the tension escalates as we witnessed the gruesome scenes that may leave some viewers in the state of anxiety.

Eli Roth introduces his comeback with a sadistic cannibal gore fest in The Green Inferno. It's great that he manages to come up with something terrifying and incorporate it with humor for the audience to get a little breather with his sick ideas. The effects were perfect and amazingly Roth came out with a tribe who is willing to partake with barbaric fantasy. 


Lorenza Izzo was pretty good in selling her role. She was a character worth rooting for, and as we see her perseverance and the will to survive. Her co-stars were pretty impressive as well, with self-righteous Ariel Levy making us pray that the cannibals would eat him next.

Overall, The Green Inferno is worth the wait. It's another masterpiece from Eli Rot,h and fans won't get disappointed if they are looking forward to see a new version of Cannibal Holocaust. Don't forget that you should try the uncut R-18 version for a complete hardcore horror experience.


Lakwatsera Lovers rates it 9 out of 10 stars

Cast: Lorenza Izzo, Ariel Levy, Sky Ferreira

Directed by: Eli Roth
Distributed by: Solar Pictures PH
Opens September 23 in cinemas nationwide

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