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In the past year, horror maestro Eli Roth—director of "Hostel" and "Cabin Fever"—has spent as much time in front of the camera as he has behind it.His pal Quentin Tarantino handed him a plum role in the Oscar-winning "Inglourious Basterds": Roth played the Bear Jew, a notorious Nazi killer whose specialty is bashing SS brains with a baseball bat. Among the horror geeks, it’s kinda the movie that’s making the rounds right now. They try to come up with new things to do, and the movie kinda becomes all about that.Streaking was by no means a novel idea when it became a fad in the 1970’s.Launched in November of 2009, blasted into the social networking scene offering a unique combination of social networking with youtube like video capabilities.On July 5, 1799, a Friday evening at 7 o’clock, a naked man was arrested at the Mansion House in London.He was promptly arrested and upon questioning, admitted to authorities that he had accepted a wager of 10 guineas to run naked from Cornhill to Cheapside.After "Inglorious Basterds," I thought it was gonna take a lot to get me out of acting retirement. They filmed a motorboat scene--you know, my face mashed between a Playboy playmates breasts--and my eye started swelling up. It actually becomes less and less effective the more gore you see. This movie is much more of a psychological thriller. "The Exorcist" is the scariest film of all time, and certainly we were aware of it, but we wanted to make a film that could co-exist with it. I love the director and the film was a lot of fun, but they’re trying so hard to make them hip that it actually becomes distracting and weird. Because how are you going to top working for Quentin Tarantino alongside Brad Pitt? We need you to make up terms for tits and hose down strippers. So I literally had to leave Lake Havasu after I was done filming to go to the emergency room. The doctor asked me what’s wrong, and I said, "I have a motorboat injury." He goes, "Really? So even though they are pretending to be passing food through each others’ digestive track, they’re faces are really there, and they are really in that position. And in the possession scene, there’s no makeup, no CG at all. I was talking to Guillermo del Toro about it, and he said that the tagline for the movie should’ve been, "This is the movie where they fuck the monster." And I said, "You’re a genius! I mean, I guess a scientist could wear a Beastie Boys T-shirt to work.
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Starting today, you can see him onscreen again, at least briefly, in the flesh-eating-fish B-flick "Piranha 3D." (Next week, on August 27, he’ll be back in familiar behind-the-scenes territory with "The Last Exorcism," which he produced and is already getting rave notices from horror aficionados. People talk about "The Human Centipede" and they go, "Yeah, but have you seen ’A Serbian Film’? Whereas the first 45 minutes are this build-up of dread, and that’s really the best part of the movie.
Click here to watch the film’s ingenious Chat Roulette marketing campaign.) Roth, a nice boy from suburban Boston who just happens to have made some of the sickest movies in the last decade, spoke with GQ about his two grueling days on the "Piranha" set and his favorite horror scenes of the year—including one that even he could barely watch. There was a moment when I was on the raft, just hosing away, and my wrist started to get tired, and I actually caught myself complaining. Stop it." The best part is, because I’m such a neurotic Jew, at one point I thought I had conjunctivitis because the water was so disgusting. Once it gets violent, it just becomes about different crazy scenes of violence. But I actually got distracted by Adrien Brody’s clothing in that movie. It was like the actors said, "Nah, I’m just gonna wear this." I’ve never seen a movie where T-shirts are so distracting they knock you out of the film. I don’t know any scientists who have giant Kid Robot anime posters hanging over their beds.
During this year, they worked in close collaboration with the residents of Peekskill, a small town to the north of New York City.
Under the title Welcome Stranger they created a sculpture in public space and five wall paintings in the apartments of Bohlmann Towers, the Peekskill Housing Projects.