Exploring Cinema’s Most Controversial Horror Movie

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Cannibal Holocaust Theme Remix:


Qwerty Bear. says:

Yer gonea tak aboot et?

Stormo Ninja's Impostor says:

This movie left me a sick stomach, sure I have a strong stomach but this one was way beyond by strength.

Porky Pine says:

I only know one person who places this film and 120 Days of Sodom at the top of his favorite list and he is an uneducated, jealous, perverted, user, loudmouth scumbag of a person.

Tld Official says:

Cannibal corpse
Toxic holocaust
Cannibal holocaust

Lumpi Lumpinski says:

I saw a 70th movie with zombies and a lot of asian canibals, on an island with a psycho doctor.
I remember that one of the protagonist looked like Roger Moore, the Bond.
But i can´t remember the name, any guesses?

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Ivanperez 128 says:

I can’t believe the UK put Sam Raimi and robert Tapert in court for evil dead 1 and 2 because fun and good movies were illegal I’m surprised they didn’t put a bounty on Bruce Campbell when they lost the case.

Minutz Akira says:

Youtube better not have demonetized this video since their trying to sell me Cannibal Holocaust next to your video for $4.

L1573N3R says:

I love how people distance themselves from SJW’s now. It’s now seen as almost as evil as being a Nazi.

TheGerthax says:

Atleast the natives ate the animals.

ChaosStep says:

Haha, your fucking accent, man…

The Gunslinger says:

A friend of mine used the theme song on a tape he made for a party in an old people’s home. Since he couldn’t name the song after the movie he told all the elderly people it was called “Dreams of the Amazon”. Don’t know why but this is always the first thing that comes to my mind when I hear about this movie.

Wolf ShadowWhisper says:

When I was a kid back in the 1980s a lot of other kid told me about the movie, saying believing that it was a real story. I did not watch the movie until my mid 20s. I was not impressed and I am still not impressed. I love horror and gore but this movie just went too far.

Mason McNeely says:

I watched this movie a couple months ago. It was so boring

Swam says:

They legitimately kill a lot of animals for the movie and mistreat a lot of indigenous people and cast members.

As for the actual film, I do find cannibalistic tribes to be my legitimate number one fear. Imagine going to the North Sentinel Island for example. Early humans raped and cannibalized all the time.

Qwerty Bear. says:

It’s sad to think this film came out only one year after Halloween.

Chas Duren says:

The thing people should really be worried about when it comes to this subject is the fact that your Governments will charge you with a crime for creating a piece of art they deem inappropriate.

4gillman says:

Even though it’s unethical, and I would never wish it repeated, it’s one of my all time favorite exploitation films. And it may be the best found footage film. The killing of animals services the purpose of making everything feel real, because it is real. And the result is undeniably affective. While I can find hypocrisy with the theme of the movie and how it was made, his support of exploitation and feminization of exploitative media makes sense to me. Exploitation is a way of making art by using extreme sex and violence. But the news and media doing that isn’t justifiable because their goal isn’t to entertain, but to inform. He saw the media doing things horror films of the time were doing and rightly saw an issue with it.

David Semick says:

“Killing actual animals”? Is that like ‘actually killing animals?’, since you can’t kill faux animals.

Liv The Loser says:

Is he from Belfast?

stan broniszewski says:

The scariest parts of this movie were actually the promos.

Stuuubbs 77 says:

This movie was really graphic back in the day but today it is far from the worst. I actually thought this movie was gonna be about a serbian film

Ivan Skorica says:

I watched this movie by accident as a kid (7-8) and it freaked me the fuck out, cuz I believed it to be real 😀

Keith Perron says:

Fantastic film. Excellent concept.

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