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WATCH: Eli Roth's 'The Green Inferno' Will Leave You Stunned

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Director of the horror films “Cabin Fever”, “Hostel”, and “Hostel: Part ll”, Eli Roth’s newest film “The Green Inferno“, might be his most controversial and terrifying film to date.

The film was shot on location in the remote area of the Peruvian Amazon, where the culture of the Native tribe is beyond an outsider’s wildest imagination. The narrative follows a group of New York City college activists who set out on an admirable quest to save the rainforest and a dying tribe. What they encounter once they arrive will have you clutching at your throats, and leaving the theatre stunned.

The activist’s small propellor plane crashes in the middle of the jungle, and the Greenpeace-like group is taken hostage by a cannibal tribe who think that it is quite acceptable to roast up human delicacies for their next dinner. Ironically, the tribe that wants to roast them on a skewer, are the same people that they flew there to help. The student’s soon learn that no good deed goes unpunished.

Watch the activist’s plane as it suddenly spins out of control:

With stars like  Lorenza Izzo, Ariel Levy, Aaron Burns, Daryl Sabara, Kirby Bliss Blanton, Sky Ferreira, Richard Burgi, Magda Apanowicz, Nicolas Martinez, Ignacia Allamand, and Ramon Llao, you will be taken on an adventure of a lifetime.

The release date for ‘The Green Inferno’ is September 5, 2014.

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