Director:Lucio Fulci . Writer : Dardano Sacchetti Starring. Tisa Farrow, Ian McCulloch, Richard Johnson, Al Cliver, Olga Karlatos, Auretta Gay. Italy. 1h 31m.
I had seen a great deal of movies around the time I finally found a copy of this on DVD and being in my early 20’s I prided myself on seeing a lot of horror and gore films, banned movies galore, I honestly thought I had seen it all, but half way through this Zombie Flesh Eaters, I realised I hadn’t see anything quite like the Tiger Shark Vs Zombie scene… I got into more detail here, but the film is a testament to Fulci’s ability to try new things while being a staple in the 70’s horror scene.
Director: Ruggero Deodato Starring: Robert Kerman, Francesca Ciardi, and Carl Gabriel Yorke . Italy. 1h
Long before the Blair Witch (1999) we had the highlight of video nasties and the most talked about was Cannibal Holocaust a simple but effective found footage film. In an era when it wasn’t so much about the technical aspect but an opportunity to show some ”real life nasties”. Despite being the central part of Deodato’s Cannibal trilogy it was the forerunner, almost running the other two films; Jungle Holocaust (1977)and Cut and Run (1985)into obscurity. But the first return to man eaters hit many sensitive spots and turned the film into a cult classic.
Filmed on location in the Amazon Rainforest on a budget of $100,000 but earning $2 Million at the box office it stars Robert Kerman who’s better known for his pornographic work, the most famous being Debbie Does Dallas.Continue reading Cannibal Holocaust (1980)→