Unrated | | Adventure, Horror
During a rescue mission into the Amazon rainforest, a professor stumbles across lost film shot by a missing documentary crew.
25 December 2007 | isaac-cady
9 | A brutal cinematic masterpiece that you will not want to watch again, but will still feel that urge to watch it again
Cannibal Holocaust is very deserving of it's controversy, but it is definitely not tacky and for pure shock value, ...
The original title for the film would have been "The Green Inferno" but was changed at the last minute to it's current title as it was considered more shocking (especially with the word "holocaust"). Eli Roth would later make a cannibal themed ... ...
Man is omnipotent; nothing is impossible for him. What seemed like unthinkable undertakings yesterday are history today. The conquest of the moon for example: who talks about it anymore? Today we are already on the threshold of conquering our galaxy...
When the Yanomamo guide is given muskrat flesh to eat, he never puts any inside in his mouth. Instead, he opens his mouth a few times near it to give the impression that he is eating.
In the end credits: "Projectionist John K. Kirov was given a two-month suspended sentence and fined $10,000 for illegal appropriation of film material. We know that he recieved $250,000 for the same footage."
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