Terror In Her Eyes...
One would think a face this beautiful would see nothing but daffodils and lilacs in her future, but unfortunately for Justine(Lorena Izzo), this isn't the field of dreams.
As a matter of fact, "The Green Inferno" is the farthest thing from anything remotely resembling peace and tranquility. The Green Inferno is where your eyes go to burn in agony as you watch some of the most gruesome carnage known to man.
This is the place where you walk in pleading for your life and come out in someone's excrement.
Sound interesting? Of course it does, especially since you get to experience this bounty of pain through the safety of a comfy theater chair and hot bucket of butter-soaked popcorn.
We know you're curious about the drama and suffering this angelic beauty will face, but the best way to find out is to see for yourself. While you still can...
Smiles Of The Hunger...
You know how when someone smiles at you, it means that they are thinking fondly of you? Well, in "The Green Inferno" a smile gives whole new meaning to a warm welcome.
The greeting these tree-hugging activists get from the local natives is nothing shy of the most genuine cannibalistic hospitality.
We're talking "Roll Out The Red Carpet", you're coming to dinner whether you like it or not. Now, if only the people you pass in the street could be so kind and considerate..lol
One of the best features in "The Green Inferno" is how Roth's direction of the screenplay allows viewers to connect with the natives through the most basic and primitive communication tool. Nonverbal Communication.
You see, it doesn't take much to really connect with someone and make them feel at home in a foreign land. All you need to do is give them a place to stay, feed them and encourage them to be thankful for the little things in life. Little things like: Life, Blood and Dignity.
After Watching, "The Green Inferno"
We've got to say, if there was ever a list of required viewing for a connoisseur of horror, this would be in the top 3.
The Green Inferno is a true experience to be savored with friends, family members over 18 and any rebellious college kid thinking that hugging a tree will save the world.
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