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Director's Cuts Cannibal Holocaust Redux: Limited Edition
  • Description

    Cannibal Holocaust is extremely well executed and is a powerful and thought-provoking as well as provocative piece of filmmaking, finally reassessed in this Shameless edition and given the fitting "Ultimate Cult Film" accolade it deserves..
    A crew of four documentary filmmakers disappears while filming primitive cannibal tribes deep in the Amazonian rain forest; the horrific footage they shot is then found by a second expedition who will discover the horrific real reason for the demise of the four filmmakers..

    Special Features:

    • Introduction to the film by director Ruggero Deodato
    • Ruggero Deodato on the Animal Edit; long version of the film (only 14 secs cut which has been seamless replaced by reaction shots), and, for the first time ever, the director’s own edit of the film reducing the on-screen violence to animals whilst preserving the jaw-dropping, gut-wrenching impact of the film.
    • Interview of Ruggero Deodato & Karl York & Francesca Cirdi; specially commissioned documentary by Cine Excess and critical analysis featuring critics such as Kim Newman etc.;
    • Easter Egg
    • Shameless Trailer Park
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    18
    Actor:
    Robert Kerman, Francesca Cirdi, Perry Pirkanen, Luca Barbareschi, Carl Gabriel Yorke
    Director:
    Ruggero Deodato
    Region:
    B
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Main Language:
    English

Director's Cuts Cannibal Holocaust Redux: Limited Edition

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  • Description

    Cannibal Holocaust is extremely well executed and is a powerful and thought-provoking as well as provocative piece of filmmaking, finally reassessed in this Shameless edition and given the fitting "Ultimate Cult Film" accolade it deserves..
    A crew of four documentary filmmakers disappears while filming primitive cannibal tribes deep in the Amazonian rain forest; the horrific footage they shot is then found by a second expedition who will discover the horrific real reason for the demise of the four filmmakers..

    Special Features:

    • Introduction to the film by director Ruggero Deodato
    • Ruggero Deodato on the Animal Edit; long version of the film (only 14 secs cut which has been seamless replaced by reaction shots), and, for the first time ever, the director’s own edit of the film reducing the on-screen violence to animals whilst preserving the jaw-dropping, gut-wrenching impact of the film.
    • Interview of Ruggero Deodato & Karl York & Francesca Cirdi; specially commissioned documentary by Cine Excess and critical analysis featuring critics such as Kim Newman etc.;
    • Easter Egg
    • Shameless Trailer Park
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    18
    Actor:
    Robert Kerman, Francesca Cirdi, Perry Pirkanen, Luca Barbareschi, Carl Gabriel Yorke
    Director:
    Ruggero Deodato
    Region:
    B
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Main Language:
    English

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It looks superb on Blu-ray!

Director's Cuts Cannibal Holocaust Redux is a personal favourite of mine, but its one of those films that youll probably either love or hate, most likely depending on how you feel about real animals dying in the film. If you can get past that then its an engaging storyline that's well acted. The visuals are absolutely stunning too. You can tell that a lot of love went into making the film.

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