A band of idealistic, privileged, millennial activists who travel to the Amazon jungle to save an indigenous tribe from some evil corporate logging development undergoes an abrupt change of political stance when the tribe in question starts eating them.

But this retread pastiche by schlockmeister Eli Roth is less concerned with cultural irony than with imaginatively executing annoying cannibal-fodder. As expected of a Roth experience, the acting’s awful (except maybe for lead Lorenza Izzo, the director’s wife), the dialogue moronic, the horror kind of desperate, and the gore plentiful. Yuk. (100 min)