A Green Inferno Sequel??

 

Eli Roths infamous movie The Green Inferno came out in 2013 stateside after being stuck in distribution hell for years. The movie put a handful of clueless social justice warriors into the cannibal-filled Amazon rainforest, and let’s just say this was the closest thing I’ve seen to cannibal holocaust. The controversial film was praised by Stephen King and earned more than double its budget at the box office, paving way for an inevitable sequel.

I was hoping to see a follow up a few years ago but to no avail we were left with nothing. There were talks of a follow up called Beyond the Green Inferno supposedly to be directed by Nicholas Lopez one of Roths long time collaborators.

So what’s the deal?

Last night, The Wrap wrote up a story about a short film that Roth will soon be producing for digital genre brand Crypt TV, and buried at the bottom of the post was the first nugget of info we’ve heard about the Green Inferno sequel in a couple years. “The writer-director-producer is currently in development on a sequel to his slacktivism slasher film The Green Inferno,” noted the site.

As for whether or not it’s still titled Beyond the Green Inferno, with Nicolas Lopez directing, we don’t yet know. But we’ll be sure to keep you updated as we learn more about this one.

Info from ( ihorror.com )

What are your thoughts on the Green Inferno? Do you think it deserves a second?

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No. It's not that Robert W. Smith... I'm not the lead singer of the Cure. I am however, a fan of the Cure... Let's begin. I was born in Virginia and raised in New Jersey. I am happily married to my wife Kiersten Smith and a father of one to my handsome boy Asher Grayson Smith. Yes! His first name is because of the one and only Bruce Campbell most famously known from Sam Rami's "The Evil Dead" I started late in the horror game but I became a fast learner. I didn't watch my first horror movie till I was 10.. (The Haunted Mansion in Disney scared the hell out of me when I was a kid). It took 4 years until my dad was able to get me to watch The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (original). From that moment I was hooked. Over the years I have hosted a radio show called B Movies with Buddy, Bryan, and Zach with Bryan Enright and Zach Horiates on WNJC 1360AM. Together we have over 200 hours of interviews of some of the best interviews from Bill Mosley (House of 1000 Corpses / Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2) to John Russo (Co Director of Night of the Living Dead / My Uncle John's a Zombie) It was probably some of the best times of my time in the scene. I love collecting horror movies with a collection of over 300 and counting it is one of my most prized possessions. I love collecting full series of a movies sequels. Even if some of them aren't the best. Follow me @buddyhorror on Twitter for random horror goodness and more from The Horror Syndicate! Top 5 Movies 1. The Evil Dead 2. A Nightmare on Elm Street (Robert Englund Original) 3.House of 1000 Corpses 4.Dawn of the Dead (Remake) 5.Scream 4