Aedan Juvet Senior Staff Writer
@AedanJuvetEli Roth made his directorial return after 6 years, with his upcoming film The Green Inferno which centers on a group of student activists who make their journey to the Amazon to help a native tribe, that end up taking the group as prisoners. The movie was set to arrive in theaters in less than a month on September 5th, but has been pushed back with no current release date plans. Publicity funding is said to have caused the delay for Roth's film with Worldview Entertainment (financiers and producers), and the possibility of a video on demand release for the horror film is being explored as an option. The Green Inferno is based on the 1980 film, Cannibal Holocaust. Watch the intensely creepy trailer below, after all it is an Eli Roth movie so it is definitely expected to be terrifying and disturbing in multiple ways, and already has received various positive reviews from select critics and a 75% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Hopefully some negotiations can be made soon, as a horror fan I'd definitely pay to see The Green Inferno on demand, DVD, or especially a theatrical release. What are your thoughts on the unexpected delay? http://youtu.be/B6fyb8vW6Y8 Keep Up With PopWrapped On The Web!