From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
Snuff (1976, USA) is a Horror film directed by Directed by Michael and Roberta Findlay, Horacio Fredriksson, Simon Nuchtern.
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- Featured in: Celluloid Bloodbath: More Prevues From Hell
- See also: Urban Legend of Snuff
- Released in 1976
- Running Time: 80 min | UK:76 min
- Production Co: August Films | Selected Pictures
- Distribution Co: Monarch Releasing Corporation (1976) (USA) (theatrical) | Marden Films (1977) (Canada) (theatrical) (Ontario)
- Directed by Michael and Roberta Findlay, Horacio Fredriksson, Simon Nuchtern
- Written by A. Bochin, Michael Findlay, Roberta Findlay
- Starring Margarita Amuchástegui, Ana Carro, Liliana Fernández Blanco, Roberta Findlay, Alfredo Iglesias, Enrique Larratelli
- Produced by Jack Bravman, Allan Shackleton
- Original Music by Rick Howard
- Cinematography by Roberta Findlay, Roberto Herz Kowicz
- A so-called "snuff" movie involving the exploits of a cult leader leading a gang of bikers in a series of supposedly real killings on film.
Also Known As
- El Ángel de la muerte (Argentina)
- American Cannibale (USA)
- Big Snuff (Germany) (promotional title)
- A film that could only be made in South America, where life is CHEAP!
- The picture they said could NEVER be shown
- The Bloodiest thing that ever happened in front of a camera!!!