She's a singer, shut up.
I went to see Green Inferno cause I was bored this weekend. Pretty much hit up any movie I can when I'm stuck in a hotel like this. Helps that this place has a relatively cheap ticket price.
I think Pold would love Green Inferno. Seems right up his alley, at least in the subject matter and reaction to it (in real life) from certain groups.
College activists decide to go to the Amazon to save some tribe and stop deforestation. They "succeed" and but then get stranded in the forest and captured by the tribe they were there to protect. Then starts the Gore.
If you were into Eli Roth (Cabin Fever, Hostel) and the inspiration for this, Cannibal Holocaust and other Italian Cannibal flicks (many listed during the movie credits), you'd probably get a kick out of it. But I think it's probably a good TV viewing movie. Unless you really like the genre you probably wouldn't find value in paying to see it. The good thing is I would guess that any showing of it would probably be light on the movie goers. There were 10 people in the showing I went to