A group of students on a humanitarian mission finds themselves in a panic situation when their plane crashes in the deep of Amazon jungle.
A first clip for Eli Roth-directed horror thriller "The Green Inferno" is unleashed, showing a plane crash. It highlights moments when the passengers were screaming in panic and even vomiting as the plane was going down due to technical problems.
The film follows a group of college students who fly to the Amazon jungle to save a dying tribe, only to get kidnapped by the very natives they wanted to protect. The horror unfolds as the tribe still practices cannibalism and has a healthy appetite for intruders.
It stars Lorenza Izzo, Ariel Levy, Sky Ferreira and Daryl Sabara. Roth premiered the clip on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno", dressing up as a vampire in the spirit of Halloween. He has screened the film at the Toronto International Film Festival and will bring it to the AFI Fest later this month. No date has been announced for the U.S. release.