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Cannibal Holocaust

Ruggero Deodato
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Anthropologist Harold Munroe is hellbound as he travels into the green inferno of South America’s rainforest in an attempt to find a documentary crew lost months before. Instead of survivors he discovers a world of cannibalistic excess beyond his wildest imaginings but when he returns home and screens the footage left behind by the eviscerated filmmakers, chaos erupts.

Synopsis

Primitive savagery meets the brutality of the modern world in Ruggero Deodato’s timeless slice of visceral horror – Cannibal Holocaust, a film so violent and depraved that the director was charged with killing his own cast!

Anthropologist Harold Munroe is hellbound as he travels into the green inferno of South America’s rainforest in an attempt to find a documentary crew lost months before. Instead of survivors he discovers a world of cannibalistic excess beyond his wildest imaginings but when he returns home and screens the footage left behind by the eviscerated filmmakers, chaos erupts as the screen is filled with some of most disturbing images ever committed to celluloid.

The ultimate video nasty is now presented as never experienced before -remastered in HD from original sources – and with the 1st ever Director’s New Edit, it is still THE most controversial film ever made.

Spec

 

Distributor: Shameless Screen Entertainment
Certificate: 18
Release date: 26th September, 2011
VFD: 54203
Running time: 92 min 6 sec
Region: DVD 2; BD B
Cat No: SHAM031
Cat No (BR): SHAM201
Barcode: 5060162230313
Barcode (BR): 5060162232010
Extras: x2 Films: 1- CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST 2- CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST, 1ST EVER DIRECTOR’S RE-EDIT • x2 Presentations by the director Ruggero Deodato • x2 Exclusive Shameless Programmes: 1- “FILM AND BE DAMNED”: shocking revelations about the film by its participants 2- “THE LONG ROAD BACK FROM HELL”: in-depth reappraisal by leading critics • Theatrical trailer • Shameless trailer park Director: Ruggero Deodato Stars: Robert Kerman, Carl Gabriel Yorke, Perry Pirkanen, Francesca Ciardi, Luca Barbareschi

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