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Cannibal Holocaust [Deluxe Edition] [2 Discs] [DVD] [1979]

Release Date:08/26/2008

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    Overall Customer Rating:
    100% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (16 out of 16)

    Special Features

    • New hi-definition 16x9 digital restoration of the original uncensored Director's cut
    • Spectacular new stereo re-mix and original mono mix
    • Provocative audio commentary by Director Ruggero Deodato & star Robert Kerman
    • Selected on-camera commentary
    • The Making of Cannibal Holocaust
    • one hour Italian documentary featuring rare behind the scenes footage
    • Exclusive on-camera interviews with Deodato, Kerman and co-star Gabriel Yorke
    • Original theatrical trailers
    • Extensive gallery of stills and poster art
    • The original shooting script
    • Necrophagia "Cannibal Holocaust" music video - directed by Jim Van Bebber
    • Liner notes by legendary horror journalist Chas Balun


    Cannibal Holocaust
    While Umberto Lenzi began the Italian-made cycle of brutal Amazonian cannibal horrors with Il Paese del Sesso Selvaggio and effectively ended it with the nauseating Cannibal Ferox, it was Ruggero Deodato who directed the subgenre's most enduring film. This popular bloodbath features a fetus ripped from a woman's body, people impaled on spikes, a genuine tortoise-flaying, and numerous other indignities, both real and simulated. The plot concerns the efforts of a group of American explorers to discover the fate of a missing documentary film crew. They receive a scratchy film-reel containing the bloody truth from a tribe of tree-dwelling natives, and the reel's contents make up the bulk of the film. Advertisements claimed that "the crew who filmed it were actually devoured alive by cannibals," yet most of them were spotted alive in future unsavory gore films. While the film is undoubtedly gruesome enough to satisfy fans, its mixture of nauseating mondo animal slaughter, repulsive sexual violence, and pie-faced attempts at socially conscious moralizing make it rather distasteful morally as well. The fact that the film's sole spokesperson for the anti-exploitation perspective is played by porno star Richard Bolla should give an indication of where its sympathies lie. ~ Robert Firsching, Rovi

    Cast & Crew

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      Robert Kerman - Professor Harold Monroe
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      Francesca Ciardi - Faye Daniels
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      Perry Pirkanen - Jack Anders
    • Luca Barbareschi
      Luca Barbareschi - Mark Tomaso
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      Salvatore Basile - Chaco Losojos

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