Inspiring quotes by Eli Roth

The top 10 most inspiring quotes by Eli Roth

  • Much of my youth was spent in the parking lot or inside a Dunkin’ Donuts.
  • I always say that no matter what the torture is, or the tool is, first of all it’s nothing worse than what’s been done already and that wasn’t done by the church and the state for over a period of 250 years during the European witch trials.
  • If you don’t want to be scared in a horror film, don’t close your eyes. Close your ears.
  • I think that many people are ashamed when they feel afraid. There’s this thing in our society that you’re not allowed to feel scared. You have to be a man and put on a brave face, but we all have fears.
  • Life is a series of avoiding horrible situations until ultimately you’re dead. That’s how I feel about things.
  • Horror is like comedy. Woody Allen’s comedy is going to be very different from Ben Stiller’s comedy which is going to be different from Adam Sandler’s comedy which is going to be different from Judd Apatow’s comedy. They’re all comedy, but they’re all very different types and you can enjoy all of them. Horror is the same way.
  • I’ve always been fascinated by the idea that there’s no such thing as evil; it’s all in your point of view. To one group a suicide bomber is the antichrist and to one he’s a hero.
  • ‘Hostel’ is that’s how I feel about what’s going on in Iraq. There’s people that just want money and people are being sacrificed for it.
  • If I don’t come home covered head to toe in fake blood then I haven’t done my job as a horror director.
  • There’s fear in everything, but we can’t just succumb to that. We have to suppress it, so we get used to suppressing fear to make it through the our day. Otherwise, we’d become paralyzed by them.

Eli Roth is an American film director, producer, and actor known for his contributions to the horror genre. Born on April 18, 1972, in Newton, Massachusetts, Roth began his career making independent films and gained recognition with his directorial debut, “Cabin Fever” (2002), a horror film that quickly became a cult classic.

He followed up with the critically acclaimed “Hostel” (2005) and its sequels, which further established him as a prominent figure in the horror filmmaking community. Roth’s films are often characterized by their graphic violence, dark humor, and unique storytelling.

In addition to directing, Roth has also acted in various films and television shows, including Quentin Tarantino’s “Inglourious Basterds” (2009) and the Netflix series “Hemlock Grove” (2013–2015).

Over the years, Roth has continued to explore different aspects of filmmaking, venturing into producing and writing as well. His work has earned him a dedicated fan base and numerous awards, solidifying his reputation as one of the most influential voices in contemporary horror cinema.

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