The Green Inferno

The Green Inferno

A group of student activists travel from New York City to the Amazon to save the rainforest. However, once they arrive in this vast green landscape, they soon discover that they are not alone – and that no good deed goes unpunished.
Director: Eli Roth
Writers: Guillermo Amoedo, Eli Roth
Stars: Lorenza Izzo, Ariel Levy, Aaron Burns
Budget: $6,000,000 (estimated)

I am really pissed, I have been absolutely drooling over this for the past year or so waiting patiently for the homage to the legendary Cannibal Holocaust. Bloody Disgusting had this to say “Deadline is reporting that Green Inferno, the Roth-directed film about student activists who travel from Gotham to save the Amazon rainforest only to be pursued by a cannibal tribe, has been taken off Open Road’s release calendar. The film was scheduled for wide release on September 5. We’ve been supporting the film heavily here on the site after we posted this positive review last September. They write that this happened because financier Worldview Entertainment is balking at ex-CEO Christopher Woodrow’s commitment to provide the P&A. They have also confirmed from Open Road that the release date is scratched, though the distributor won’t comment further, including whether there will be a later release date or if this goes straight to video.
Anywhoo check out the trailers below and go watch Cannibal Holocaust.

Rec4 The young reporter Ángela is rescued from the building and taken to an oil tanker to be examined. However, it is unbeknown to the soldiers that she carries the seed of the mysterious demonic virus.
Director:Jaume Balagueró
Writers:Jaume Balagueró, Manu Díez
Stars: Manuela Velasco, Héctor Colomé, María Alfonsa Rosso

Being a huge fan of REC 1&2 (I didn’t say 3), I have been literally frothing at the mouth every time a tidbit of news, teaser poster or in this case trailer is released. Now the trailer is pretty much just a mash-up of the previous films; minus the trainwreck that was Genesis, it does whet the appetite for some blood soaked chaos. Doesn’t it! Here’s a bloody pic from the set and the “Trailer”. REC4.



Posted: October 19, 2013 by Thepuremassacre in Uncategorized


The Last Days on Mars — Trailer

Posted: October 19, 2013 by Thepuremassacre in Horror, Movies, Sci-Fi, Trailer
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Cool Sci-Fi horror trailer, The Last Days on Mars. Check it out.

Nice shirt!

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A group of student activists travel from New York City to the Amazon to save a dying tribe but crash in the jungle and are taken hostage by the very natives they protected.
Director: Eli Roth
Writers: Guillermo Amoedo, Eli Roth.
Release year: 2013
Cast: Lorenza Izzo, Ariel Levy, Sky Ferreira, Nicols Martnez, Kirby Bliss Blanton, Aaron Burns, Magda Apanowicz, Matas Lpez, Daryl Sabara, Stefano Villabona, Mary Dunworth, Cody Pittman

Eli Roth’s latest project, The Green Inferno, is currently in post production and is scheduled for release sometime later this year. An homage to the classic Italian exploitation flicks Cannibal Holocaust, Cannibal Ferox and Man From Deep river (among others). Bloody Amazonian carnage in the classic Mondo stylings, The Green Inferno is high on my list of Must See films of 2013. Check out the bloody first image released from the film, below.

Official Synopsis

A group of student activists travel from New York City to the Amazon to save a dying tribe but crash in the jungle and are taken hostage by the very natives they protected.


First Still

The Green Inferno

When a rural family of seven begin to suspect that they are not alone on their Harrisville, farmstead, they hire world-renowned paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren to check out their secluded farmhouse. The Warrens may be seasoned ghost hunters, but they soon realize that they are in over their heads. As supernatural activity around the home becomes increasingly violent and ominous, the couple must fight for their lives in order to destroy the most terrifying evil they have ever encountered. Official trailer for the creepy upcoming flick The Conjuring. Read the rest of this entry »

Evil Dead 2013Five friends head to a remote cabin, where the discovery of a Book of the Dead leads them to unwittingly summon up demons living in the nearby woods. The evil presence possesses them until only one is left to fight for survival.
Director: Fede Alvarez
Writers: Fede Alvarez (screenplay), Diablo Cody (screenplay)
Stars: Jane Levy, Shiloh Fernandez, Jessica Lucas
Release Date: 5 April 2013 (Not Ireland!)
Budget: $14,000,000
Taglines: The most terrifying film you will ever experience.
Evil Dead (2013) on IMDb

Evil Dead

Reviews and thoughts by Thepuremassacre (myself), my brother PC74 (that’s his real name, weird huh) and my wife aka The Wife (who I dragged to see the film). Two horror freaks and an innocent woman along for the ride; Evil Dead in their own words. Enjoy!



Evil Dead opens to a frantic scene involving a group of apparent backwoods hillbillies chasing a very distraught young woman. She is mercilessly hit in the face and subdued by the deranged attackers, awaking sometime later tied to a post in a dark and rotting cellar. Urgent dialogue is spoken in a foreign language by a maniacal old crone as her hideously mutated – and obviously inbred – offspring look on with dire trepidation. The old hag mentions an evil book and insists that the young woman must be purified; purified by fire. Her father steps forward, pours gasoline on his daughter and sets her ablaze, awakening an evil inside her that laughs and taunts him, calling her own mother a whore. He aims a shotgun at her and blows his burning daughters head off……. thus begins Evil Dead.


I’m sure most of you reading this are familiar with Sam Raimi’s Evil Dead series of films starring the much beloved king of the B movies, Bruce ‘The Chin’ Campbell as Ash, the ass kicking, chainsaw armed, shotgun wielding hero. Evil Dead, Evil Dead 2 and Army of Darkness will always have a special place in the hearts of old school horror fans; outrageously funny and gruesomely violent, the franchise is a staple in any horrorphile’s collection. Now we fast forward 20 odd years hire a young director named Fede Alvarez, give him a fourteen million dollar budget, a modified script, put Campbell in the producers seat and see what happens. Magic! Horror fucking magic. The humor of the original was violently stripped away in favor of dark brutality; and it works. I for one prefer my horror serious, relentless and disturbing – sans the comedy.

Fede Alvarez

The five friends in question are, Mia (Jane Levy), David (Shiloh Fernandez), Eric (Lou Taylor Pucci), Olivia (Jessica Lucas) and Natalie (Elizabeth Blackmore). Why go out into the middle of a forbidding looking old forest to spend an unspecified amount of time at the worlds most evil looking run down cabin you ask? Well to kick heroin, naturally. It seems our group of friends have assembled at the cabin from hell to help Mia get over her heroin addiction. With help from her brother David and Olivia (a registered nurse), Mia settles in for a long night of hallucinations, vomiting, paranoia, random fits of rage, frequent outbursts, pacing, screaming and general unpleasantness. Vowing to stick it out until the end her friends mistake (with grave consequences) Mia’s symptoms as mere withdrawal issues; little do they know that Eric stumbled across a certain book in the cellar that has the nasty habit of summoning demons from the pits of hell. A book he stupidly decides to decipher and read aloud. What book you ask? Why none other than the blood scrawled, skin bound Necronomicon! Through Mia’s weakened state she becomes possessed by malevolent spirits and all hell breaks loose.


The brooding atmosphere of an old damp forest, with it’s gray and dreary tones lent an overall sodden feel to the film that was a visual treat for the eyes throughout. Limbless trees supported by gnarled and exposed roots, a thick and damp mist hanging in the air and a perpetually overcast sky create a real sense of dread in the film. The old dilapidated cabin was just as menacing as it was in the original; a damp and mouldering entity in it’s own right, concealing dark and earthen secrets in the festering cellar. From the dirty and starkly lit interior to a moss covered damp exterior, the atmosphere of the film was absolutely spot on; brooding and oppressive. I felt dirty watching it!


As the demonic possession of Mia intensifies and spreads throughout the group, the real essence of the film rears its ugly head. Scene after bloody scene of brutal carnage ensues, as each of the characters meets his or her grizzly fate. Alvarez cranked the gore up to maximum and didn’t hesitate to show every cringe worthy scene in glaring detail. Limbs are chopped off, limbs are torn off, flesh is cut from bone, bludgeoning, pummeling, stabbing, burning, vomiting, splitting and hacking round out a truly gory spectacle. Mia is raped by the forest (well really a thicket of brambles) during one scene that sent shivers down my spine, and I swear I could hear the groans of disgust by numerous female audience attendees! Now that’s horror. By the time the twisted climax of Evil Dead is finished, everything and I mean absolutely everything is covered in blood. I guess the MPAA rating “Warning: Brutal Horror Violence” was correct lol!

Evil Dead

Overall Evil Dead, remake or not, is pure and brutal horror at it’s finest. A dark and gory reboot with a few subtle nods to the original. In my opinion this is a near perfect horror film. Well done, well done indeed.

bludgeoning, pummeling, stabbing, burning, vomiting, splitting and hacking




As we walked into the bowels of the shadowy darkness they call Barrie Cinema 7; with it’s faded blue walls and orange and rusty brown floor tiles straight from the back far corner of some 1970’s flooring company’s warehouse, we were silenced by the overwhelming feeling of childhood memories, bringing both my brother and I back to a time of innocence, Friday night 7:00 pm showtimes, and the sounds and smells of fresh popcorn being popped just beyond the old, chipped Pac-Man arcade game sitting on it’s own, over there in the corner beside the bathrooms. This was exactly what we needed. This is what not only theater movie watching was all about, but, what the Horror genre needs more of; the vortex in which Evil Dead will bore a nugget into our movie watching memories for years to come!!

As we navigated the twists and turns, searching for our #5 theater, our eyes and smiles only widened as we entered “the last room on the left”……
Will this flick tear my soul?? Will I want to cut my own arm off?? Will I have an overwhelming, and uncontrollable urge to turn to my brother and stick a needle in his eye? ABSOLUTELY!!!!! This film had everything I needed to keep that freakin’ smirk on my soulless face the entire time, and literally finished my large popcorn in the first 20 minutes! The feel, and color of this film nailed it! The first scene of the cabin grabbed me, and didn’t let go. It was so fuking disjointed, that it even creeked visually lol….the forest, the river, the vines, the sky; I would never, ever, be tens miles from a place that looked that way!! And I don’t scare easily! Fuk CGI, this film needed not apply!! I’m not sure how many cows and pigs were needed to produce this much movie blood, but it was probably the whole farm LOL. I even added a point in my film rating just for the simple fact that REAL effects were used! You know, the Fangoria type 🙂

Evil Dead

Look, I loved this movie, and the premise was great, and more believable than the original. The reasons why the group were there at the cabin, the reasons for not being able to leave, and the holy shit reasons why there was a slim chance anyone was ever leaving the woods at all! I am not one to go on and on about the actual movie details, but there were a few scenes that just felt perfect!!!! And the possessed were possessed perfectly!!! There is always one thing that gets me in these types of flicks, and that is the neck cracking, bone cracking, and contortion of a possessed person…….this had enough possessed bone crack/twitching to keep me smiling 🙂

Evil Dead

See it; enjoy it; but never read shit out loud from the Necronomicon…….especially if it’s bound in human skin



The Wifey

To be honest, I’m glad I finally saw this movie. Not because I was dying to see it, but because the anticipation from my horror-holic hubby was becoming to much. After my hubby MADE me watch this trailer months ago (several times) I had absolutely no intention on watching this movie. The trailer alone haunted me for days. Aside from the odd scary flick I’m not much of a horror movie lover. Don’t get me wrong, I have watched my fair share of them in the past to satisfy hubby’s thirst for blood but now I’ve learned that I can sleep through them instead.

Evil Dead

It’s not very often that a movie like this is released in theaters (how am I going to fall asleep during the opening credits?) and of course hubby is determined to go opening night. So like the good wife I am, I reluctantly go. I have to say I was somewhat nervous to see this one. If the trailer was that spine-chilling what was the movie going to be like? With popcorn in hand, we find our seats in the back row and the movie begins.
The hazy gray background tones were a nice touch. Everything wasn’t bright and vivid like your typical Hollywood blockbuster. Definitely gives you that hair-raising feeling. It doesn’t take long before the unnerving twists and turns start. I was about 3 handfuls of popcorn in and that was it, appetite gone. My only thought was, “is the rest of this movie going to be this repulsive?” The answer? Yes, yes it was. There was one intense scene that I could literally feel. That image is still burned into my brain.

Evil Dead

For those of you who crave and can stomach disturbing pure brutality, extreme gore and oceans of blood, this is the movie for you. If not, go to the next theater and watch G.I. Joe where I should have been. I barely survived this movie and almost threw up in my mouth numerous times. I would turn my head to look at hubby when I couldn’t bare to watch them pulling their teeth out or sawing their arms off and he had a pleasant grin on his face the whole time. We definitely have different taste in movies. With that said, this is a must see for all you horror freaks!

this is a must see for all you horror freaks!

-The Wifey


Evil Dead is a relentlessly violent update of the classic Sam Raimi film. Bloody, gory and gruesome; Evil Dead delivers the goods on every level. A must see for any horror fan.


Evil Dead – Review

Evil Dead 2013Five friends head to a remote cabin, where the discovery of a Book of the Dead leads them to unwittingly summon up demons living in the nearby woods. The evil presence possesses them until only one is left to fight for survival. Just got back from the theater, wiped the blood from my eyes and the gore from my clothing before finally allowing Evil Dead to “soak” in. A truly visceral blood soaked joy ride! In all honesty I was absolutely stoked for the film; waiting in feverish anticipation for the release of the remake of Raimi’s classic flick. Most of the time (for me anyway) the hype and build up a film destroy’s the actual experience of the film itself; with this in mind I nervously took my seat (at the back of the theater, of course) and began my journey back to that dilapidated cabin the woods. With dilated pupils I surveyed the frantic opening sequences of the film and a tense grin spread across my lips when the necronomicon was opened and the malevolent spirit began wreaking it’s bloody havoc on our unwary cast. As the madness set in, the massacre began. I was not to be disappointed; Evil Dead was arguably the best remake I have ever seen; a bloody re-imagining if you will. Bloody, insane carnage is the focus of the film and boy does it ever work! Gruesome practical effects, buckets of blood and brutally gory mayhem all combine to form one hell of a horror film. As a fan of hardcore horror and the original Evil Dead series I couldn’t be happier! Absolutely fantastic film! I will be expanding this into a review at some point this weekend so stay tuned…..In the mean time, GO SEE THIS FUCKING FILM! Read the rest of this entry »


Why do we watch horror flicks….for the killing, the blood, the guts, the gore and to a lesser extent the scares. The third segment of Crazy Ass Horror Film Deaths (lol) includes a non horror flick (how dare I) but I think it fits in nicely. Anyway check it out, love it, hate it, whateva. Graphic Clips probably NSFW. Here they are in no particular order. Read the rest of this entry »