From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
Cannibal Ferox (Italy, 1981) is a Cannibal-shock film directed by Umberto Lenzi.
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- Released in 1981
- Running Time: 93 min | UK:86 min (heavily cut) | So. Korea: 85 min (heavily cut)
- Production Co: Dania Film | Medusa Produzione | National Cinematografica
- Distribution Co: Commodore Films (1982) (France) (theatrical) | Aquarius Releasing (1983) (USA) (theatrical) (dubbed)
- Directed and Written by Umberto Lenzi
- Starring Giovanni Lombardo Radice, Lorraine De Selle, Danilo Mattei
- Produced by Antonio Crescenzi, Mino Loy, Luciano Martino
- Original Music by Roberto Donati (as Budy), Fiamma Maglione (as Maglione)
- Cinematography by Giovanni Bergamini
- Film Editing by Enzo Meniconi
- Three friends set out to disprove cannibalism on a trip to the Amazonian jungle, where they meet two men trying to escape a vicious cannibal tribe.
Also Known As
- Los Últimos canibales (Argentina)
- Caníbal Feroz (Portugal)
- Caníbal feroz (Spain)
- Cannibal ferox (France) (video title)
- Jaget af kannibaler (Denmark)
- Kannibalen massakren (Sweden)
- De Kannibalen vallen aan! (Netherlands)
- Lefki sarka sta dontia tous (Greece)
- Make Them Die Slowly (USA)
- Die Rache der Kannibalen (Germany)
- Terreur cannibale (France) (video box title)
- Woman from Deep River (Australia)
- They raped and killed his sister while he watched helplessly. Now it's his turn to Make Them Die Slowly
- They must pay for their crimes with blood and pain. For what they have done, Make Them Die Slowly
- They were cold, sadistic killers who thought they could hide from justice. But now they must face the harsh law of the jungle...
- The most violent film ever made!
- Banned in 31 countries!