The Twisted, Turbulent, and Terrifying story of Cannibal Holocaust

Posted: October 29, 2019 in Uncategorized

The movie itself was controversial enough, but then the stories from the set began to circulate and the people behind the film were almost tried for murder. Not a review of the film, but a look at its making that, at a little over 2,000 words, only barely covers the insanity on the set.

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Cover.jpgOkay, let’s get this out of the way early just in case you get curious enough to track it down and give it a look. You might not ever want to watch this film. I recommend it to people if they want to see/feel the power of a film to gut punch you and sicken you. Sounds extreme? Think I’m joking? I’m not. I know people who will swear this film damn near traumatized them when they saw it without being warned of the contents, and even a few who said that afterward despite knowing what they were in for.

When this film comes up in these situations, a friend of mine likes to tell people at convention panels he’s on that this is a film most people who love film should see at least once if only to see one extreme of what film is capable of. I tend…

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