No topic was off limits as fans descended upon him to ask everything from what it was like to work with the great Quentin Tarantino, to why it took so long for both Clown and The Green Inferno to make it to theaters.
On how Roth approached the making of his jungle-set cannibal flick:
“I just approached Inferno as an adventure film. I wanted to push the characters as far as I could, taking them out of the comforts of the city and throwing them back to tribal man, who lives in a world where technology never reached them. It’s about stripping away societal conventions to see what we are made of. All my films in some way deal with clashes of culture… I guess it’s just something that fascinates me.”
“We have a draft but the first one basically broke even and made a little so maybe we’d have to figure out a different release strategy for a sequel if I’m gonna hit up investors. But the whole film was a risk, just the idea of making a cannibal film in 2015 was insane and that was the fun of it.”