Netflix and Eli Roth’s horror opus Hemlock Grove will burn its final season to the ground in the coming weeks, and if you thought the Season 2 finale reached a new height of insanity, wait until you get a taste of Season 3. There’s blood everywhere, flocks of dragon things, and all manner of crazy crap that probably makes sense if you’ve watched the show!
It's been six years since director Eli Roth released 'Hostel Part 2,' after which he starred in a Quentin Tarantino movie and a horror movie directed by his pal Nicholas Lopez that he also produced and co-wrote. Saying that 'The Green Inferno' is...
We’re just a week away from the release of Eli Roth’s long-delayed The Green Inferno, which encountered a few studio issues after its initial debut on the festival circuit a couple of years ago. But the film is finally hitting theaters, and we have a new, very NSFW clip to prep you for all the bloody, cannibalistic mayhem — if you can handle it.
Eli Roth has not one, but two films hitting theaters this fall — first up is The Green Inferno, his cannibal horror throwback film that was delayed by studio issues. The other is Knock Knock, a dramatic thriller starring Keanu Reeves as a married man who gets in over his head with two young women. A new trailer has arrived for the latter, promising the sort of ‘90s thriller vibe that’s become quite trendy as of late — and just the sort of thing Reeves is quite good at.
It’s no secret that Netflix original horror show Hemlock Grove hasn’t quite captured the critical raves of its brethren, though the streaming service will at least finish the story with a 10-episode final run. So, when can we expect Hemlock Season 3 to drop a whole new mess of bloody weirdness? Watch the final season teaser to find out!
The Green Inferno first premiered at Fantastic Fest in 2013, with promises to hit theaters sometime last year. Then it ran into some distribution disputes and soon found itself languishing in limbo for over a year. But now you’ll finally have a chance to see Eli Roth’s cannibal horror flick, which has just revealed a new official trailer for your, um, consumption.
A film based on Steve Alten’s New York Times bestselling novel Meg has been in development for almost 20 years, but the mega-shark film is finally on its way to the big screen, thanks to Warner Bros. and Eli Roth. Meg’s long, long journey to the big screen began in 1997 at Disney, but with Jurassic World emerging with the highest-grossing opening weekend of all time, it seems like a great time to get Meg off the ground.
For a little while there, The Green Inferno looked like it was dead, buried and gone for good. Now, Eli Roth’s cannibal horror movie has finally emerged from whatever distribution hell was keeping it down. It has a release and everything! Sure, it’ll open in theaters after his fifth film, Knock Knock, has come and gone, but that’s better than nothing, right?
The last time we saw Keanu Reeves, he was the unstoppable title character in the instant action-classic John Wick. So watching the trailer for director Eli Roth’s Knock Knock is bound to give you whiplash, as the beloved actor has never looked weaker or more vulnerable. Reeves is odd casting for an ordinary father and husband who finds himself terrorized by two insane women, but that may very well be the point. He’s the last guy we’d expect to see so thoroughly wrecked.
Several years ago, a fake trailer for a new Eli Roth-produced horror film called Clown hit the internet, attracting a bit of attention. Roth himself was so impressed by the fake trailer that he struck a deal with the directors to make a full-length version of the terrifying short, featuring a father who dons a clown costume only to discover that he’s actually becoming a horrifying clown. Although the film doesn’t have a U.S. release date yet, a new trailer for Clown has debuted online to give you a legitimate case of the creeps.