in respect of thank you Now acting in theaters, I decided to take a look at the filmography Eli Roth, After spending a few days watching movies cabin fever, hostel And green hellI cried in the shower for about twenty minutes and now I’m vegan!
In no particular order, here are the saddest moments RothFun career in horror…
“I’m Never Gonna Shave Again” – Cabin Fever (2002)
definitely my favorite Eli Roth film and one of the most underrated horror comedies of all time in my opinion, cabin Fever It features lots of laughs and plenty of scares. Especially one that is difficult to forget. Especially, for those who shave their legs.
After Sweet Lou (the always memorable Joey Kern) decided to appropriately say “Fuck you all because you won’t stop bleeding and touching infected people.” And after he heads into the woods to be alone with more beer than he can drink before he gets too hot, Marcy (Serina Vincent) decides to bring him back to get revenge on Paul (Rider Strong). This is actually a very bad idea, considering the ease with which people’s skin is flying off like a fake mustache from the dollar tree. They go through the adultery safely and I’m guessing pretty quickly based on what I know about Paul. Marcy decided to do the second most stupid thing at that moment and take a hot shower to shave her legs. You just know what’s going to happen next and that mystery will make everyone in the room behave like they’re in one of those slow motion paper towel commercials when a leak is about to reach the carpet. The bounty isn’t here to save you, Marcy.
Along with the razor, the flesh of his leg also starts tearing. She doesn’t stop and continues to shave the entire side of her leg. Obviously, he is a perfectionist. I respect it. I also need therapy now.
“There’s No Tendons in These Guilty Feet” – Hostel (2005)
Hostel It was such a fun movie to market. it was almost blair witch project Level of promotion (emphasis on approx). Horror fans gathered in shopping malls and in our fluorescent-lit cubicles to discuss how this might “finally make me freak out in a movie theater.” To not be. But it wasn’t for lack of trying.
In this scene, Josh (Derek Richardson) is covered in his own vomit and is being tortured by a Dutch businessman (Jan Vlasak) who eats salad with his hands and likes to rub the feet of strangers on trains. . His first order of business is to take a power drill and drive it into his skin. As he pulls it back out, he’s thickly covered with Josh’s leg meat. After some more foot rubbing, Josh firmly begs to be released. And that’s when things get really bad.
The man taunts him, “Well, why didn’t you say so?” Dick moves and leans over and does something that the camera doesn’t show. He then breaks his restraints and opens the door for her. Josh stands up and takes a step forward BAM! Roth You decide to let us see what their legs do and we see that their Achilles has been cut. We see his legs move as he tries to move forward but his feet remain on the ground, which means we see his shit exposed. It’s one of those things that makes you involuntarily go “GOO!” at the screen. Like it forces you to shout strange words. Pointing. Josh tries to crawl away but the man stops him and slits his throat.
“Pour Some Blood on Me” – Hostel: Part II (2007)
Heather Matarazzo (scream 3) seems like the sweetest, most innocent person ever. Therefore, it is very disturbing to see him completely naked, hanging upside down and begging for his life, while a woman uses a sickle to cut down his body while bathing in his blood. Yes, I said scythe. like a giant children of the Corn The size that Michael Myers uses halloween wee, I’ve never been to a spa before but thank you Eli RothI think now I have developed a negative relationship with him in my mind.
In all seriousness, I remember watching this scene walking into the Dollar Theater alone and feeling the current anger. Like, whenever you say or do anything, such crazy people come on the internet. Which means the scene, and especially Heather Matarazzo, did their job and did it well. Even the leadup is disgusting and implies that this useless would-be doodle slowly scratches scissors at its skin for what seems like an eternity before it breaks. It’s the kind of scene you’ll actually want to take a bath after watching. Regular type!
“All Will Be Carved” – Grindhouse (2007)
This parody of old slashers was part of a series of fake trailers used for Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino. grindhouse, If you figured out that this was the basis of RothIs new thank you then the movie Congratulations, Batman. The trailer is undeniably so unforgettable that fans demanded to see this twisted masterpiece made into an actual movie.
Roth managed to pack an entire movie’s worth of slasher-dom into just a few minutes of trailer, featuring multiple beheadings, a cameo Roth himself and actors from his previous films such as Jordan Ladd cabin Fever And from Jay Hernandez Hostel, A turkey mascot is also beheaded in the parade in front of everyone. However, these are not the things that come up, oh no. Mere beheading is not enough Eli RothList of impure things.
The two moments that take the cake are of the worst order. In one scene, a cheerleader gets naked while jumping up and down on the trampoline and everyone is having a good time! That is until the Pilgrim Killer is completely gone MythBusters Pointing straight at us and under the trampoline he sticks a huge knife. Next, a turkey is presented to the family, gutted and roasted by only one human, and tied in turkey position. Complete with stuffed holes and even a meat thermometer. Next to it is a small, normal-sized turkey with someone’s head on it.
It’s a mixture of depraved, hilarious and horrifying proportions.
“I Didn’t See That Train Coming” – Hostel (2005)
As Paxton (Jay Hernandez) nearly escapes the Holiday Inn torture dungeon, he hears a woman screaming and heads back to save her. There, he encounters a man (Rick Hoffman) who yells at him, “Get your own fuck room!” I paid for it!” As the camera shows us he’s taking a blowtorch to a woman’s (Jennifer Lim) face. Paxton knocks him out and helps free the woman and oh my god, did I mention his eyeball is hanging out of his face?!? and not like a fool friday the 13thth part 3d Ping pong type eyeballs. A gross, sticky, swollen bag type of eyeball (they used condoms for effect). She naturally starts losing her mind as if she was at a Taylor Swift concert and Paxton (for some reason) tries to help her by taking a pair of scissors and cutting off the eye bags hanging from her face. Wow! It’s better, isn’t it?
It’s so disgusting you’ll want to rub your eyeballs with dish soap, and it leaves the character in such a bad state that she later walks onto an oncoming train. sounds about right.
“Where’s my face again?” – The Green Inferno (2013)
When Jonah (Aaron Burns) and his activist friends are captured by a tribe of cannibals in the Amazon, they have a civil discussion and everyone goes home to think about what they’ve learned from each other. . But in reality, they threw him over a rock and ate him in front of his friends.
This scene uses a weird blur effect that strangely makes it even scarier. Movie Saying “This is too much for you.” But don’t worry, just like the articles about Will Smith and Jada’s wedding, you’ll see a lot more than you wanted to see! This absolutely scary woman with wooden beads stuck in her facial pores puts some kind of wooden tool on her eye sockets and starts digging around in there. I mean, she gets it there. By the end of it, his face is badly bruised and he is squinting as the crowd cheers him on. Then she looks at his tongue and enjoys it so much that her eyes start rolling into the back of her head. This woman really likes eyes. Just then some people arrive and begin using giant weapons to cut off Jonah’s limbs as if he were a big wet man, before finally cutting off his head.
What horrors will Roth reveal next? thank you Now playing in theaters!
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