Eli Roth’s ‘The Green Inferno’ Gets German Home Video Release

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Update: We’re told this is temporary art and not final or official. While we wait for Open Road to schedule a release here in the States, German horror fans will receive Eli Roth’s cannibal horror The Green Inferno on both DVD and Blu-ray February 13, 2014, as confirmed by their Amazon listing.

Starring Daryl Sabara, Kirby Bliss Blanton, Lorenza Izzo, Ariel Levy, Aaron Burns, Magda Apanowicz, Sky Ferreria, the gory pic follows a group of student activists from New York City who travel to the Amazon to protect a dying tribe, but crash in the jungle and are taken hostage by the very natives they saved.

Mike Pereira was a fan, writing this review out of the World Premiere in Toronto. The Wolfman, not so much.

Watch for U.S. release info as it comes in.

Thanks to DVD-forum.at for the heads up.

  • HorrorFancy

    That cover just looks weird to me.

  • coldblood

    Sweet.

  • DarrelDreadful

    The cover is absolutely hideous.

  • lukaslarsyn

    Umm… those are the credits for Texas Chainsaw 3D. Haha this is completely fan-made.

  • Blood-Sicles

    Crappy cover, but it’s a great representation of the film’s production value.

  • ChasingTheGhost

    Really? That’s the cover?

    • djblack1313

      the very first line in the article above says….”Update: We’re told this is temporary art and not final or official.”

  • jaxx367

    I love Eli Righ and have much respect for his work but not so sure bout this one.

  • billypop

    Does anyone know if this is going to be anything like Cannibal Holocaust or Cannibal Ferox? Cause’ if not then I’m not interested.

    • bambi_lives8980

      One of Eli Roth’s favorite movies is Cannibal Holocaust. One of the many unofficial sequels to Cannibal Holocaust is The Green Inferno. The film-inside-the-film in Cannibal Holocaust is called The Green Inferno.

      Translation – this is most definitely Eli Roths ode to Cannibal Holocaust and films of its ilk (which I’m sure includes Ferox.) So yes if you’re a fan of Deodato’s Holocausto Canibal or Lenzi’s Make Them Die Slowly, I’m sure you’ll want to check this one out, good sir.

      Awesome to see that someone else appreciates these two delicious flicks lol!

      • billypop

        Ya man, those movies made a strong impact on pretty much anyone who watches them. I was very much hoping for this to be in the same vein. Lol, that’s exactly what I thought when I heard “Green Inferno” too. I thought “could it be? A new Cannibal movie set in the Amazon”. Turns out it is, thanks for answering my question.

  • pyrepunk

    Even if it is a temporary poster it either is really bad or just really fake…still excited for the movie though :)