Raw Meat (1972)

Unrated   |    |  Horror

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When a government official disappears in the London tunnels, after several reports of missing people in the same location, Scotland Yard start to take the matter seriously, along with a couple who stumble into a victim by accident.

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  • David Ladd in Raw Meat (1972)
  • Donald Pleasence and Norman Rossington in Raw Meat (1972)
  • Hugh Armstrong in Raw Meat (1972)
  • Christopher Lee in Raw Meat (1972)
  • Sharon Gurney in Raw Meat (1972)
  • Donald Pleasence and Clive Swift in Raw Meat (1972)

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14 January 2002 | Yukster_uk
| under rated
The premise for this film is brilliant. The underground setting is brilliantly used, with striking photography and visual story-telling. The film's last line is something like, "Did they really live like this?", seeing the squalor of the underground lair. Sequences are fantastically gruesome, in documentary style. Not only is the film well shot, it has some points to make about oppression. See this film if you get the chance, it deserves a much higher IMDb rating.

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