Unrated | | Horror
An expedition in the East Indies, encounters not only the cannibals they were looking for, but also an evil scientist and his zombie army.
Most of the music used in the movie soundtrack was from singer/songwriter Nico Fidenco's Emanuelle and the Last Cannibals (1977) soundtrack.
I could easily kill you now, but I'm determined to have your brain!
In the catch the mutilator hospital scene, the corpse that has just had its heart ripped out blinks.
Even though the "Doctor Butcher" version is cut, there is an extra five minute sequence that takes place after Peter kills the "sneaking zombie" with an evanrude. In this scene, Peter and Lori are trying to get back to Obrero's hut. As they're walking, Lori falls into a trap, just missing a set of bamboo stakes sticking upward. As Peter attempts to pull her out, he sees two cannibal tribesmen and tells Lori to stay where she is and he hides behind a nearby tree. As the two cannibals see Lori in the trap, Peter runs out and hits one cannibal in the back of the head with a large stick, knocking him into the bamboo stakes. He then faces off with the remaining cannibal and beats him multiple times with the same large stick. He then finally gets Lori out and they continue to walk in search of Obrero. This sequence is in all "Doctor Butcher" cuts, including the out of print Japanese laserdisc release. Also, while the scene is missing from the film itself on the Shriek Show American DVD release (due to using the original Italian cut), it is on separately as a deleted scene. Also, it is unknown if this scene was originally filmed and then cut from the final Italian print of the film, or if Ian McCulloch and Alexandra Delli Colli were actually hired by Aquarius Distribution (the owners of the "Butcher" cut) to come in and film this new scene. The latter seems more likely as the scene's setting looks less like a jungle, and more like someone's backyard.