Movie: “The Green Inferno” bites down on eco-tourists

By |2015-09-23T07:49:59+00:00September 22nd, 2015|News|7 Comments

Green campaigners meet an unsavory fate when “The Green Inferno” opens in theaters Friday, September 25, 2015.

The film is rated R and is not for everyone.  It’s probably not for you, gentle reader.

This is the latest film by Eli Roth, director of the splatter films “Hostel” and “Cabin Fever.”

A group of naive eco-tourists flies tGreen inferno 2o South America to “save” the rainforest.  When their plane goes down, they are captured by indigenous people who make them the guests of honor at their tribal feast.

While cannibalism won’t be to everyone’s taste, a greenie weenie roast could offer Green inferno villageup some delectable guilty pleasure.

The producers brag that Stephen King loved it and an audience member fainted at France’s Deauville American Film Festival.

If you’ve had your fill of addle-brained Green cultists tossing away liberty and prosperity with both hands, you might be ready to dine out on their comeuppance.

They’re on the menu Friday.


Green Inferno September 25


  1. Pat Boyle September 23, 2015 at 1:31 PM

    In general it makes little sense to eat other humans. It’s much more sensible to eat herbivores. In spite of that logic there have always been cannibal culture – the greatest of which were the Aztecs.

    In the clip provided there are an awful lot of cannibal natives and they look well nourished. If they eat people as a practice they would need a lot of tourists. And you would think that the outside world would sooner or later notice.

    I’m not likely to ever watch this film so if it has explanations for these problems – please tell me what they are.

    • Jeff Arnold September 23, 2015 at 4:35 PM

      Pat, buddy… You’re trying to outlogic a slasher film about greenies getting eaten by natives.

      There’s going to be some plot holes in this one my friend, and they are going to be bigger and more obvious than the sustainability of their food source.

      • Pat Boyle September 23, 2015 at 5:05 PM

        Criticism acknowledged and accepted.

  2. CFACT Ed September 24, 2015 at 8:55 AM

    Pat, cannibalism is not very big these days outside fiction. Though some Germans are into it. If you were to find it among the indigenous, it would be in New Guinea, or the South Seas, not South America. Indoctrinated, clueless Green kids, however, are very real.

  3. funky321 September 26, 2015 at 1:12 PM

    A fitting fate for tree huggers. The cannibals probably all died of food poisoning.

  4. ErikKC September 28, 2015 at 9:09 AM

    Pretty funny. If it ever comes to Poland, it’s on my list. Otherwise Pirate Bay.

  5. cshorey October 2, 2015 at 2:36 PM

    Where is the sense of morality in this group? It’s a horror movie, and no moral judgement there but, “While cannibalism won’t be to everyone’s taste, a greenie weenie roast could offer up some delectable guilty pleasure.” can only come from a morally depraved mind.

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