|release date||October 25 2005|
|tagline||Those who filmed it were devoured alive by cannibals!|
SynopsisIn 1979, a film crew disappeared in the jungles of South America while shooting a documentary on tribal cannibalism. One year later, their footage was found and brought back to America. This is that footage.
In all the hype over Blair Witch; and its mockumentary style of filmmaking, very few people know that the indie phenomenon isn’t as original as it so blazingly declares. In 1979, Italian director Ruggero Deodato made a disturbing piece of unadulterated horror in Cannibal Holocaust;, my pick for the most gut-wrenching, stomach-churning, molar-moving, terrifying, and realistic horror flick of all time. It’s not a good film so to say, but the story, atmosphere, and make-up effects make up for a truly horrifying experience. …Read More