Cannibal Holocaust and the Savage Cinema of Ruggero Deodato

Cannibal Holocaust and the Savage Cinema of Ruggero Deodato Featuring the first ever English language career length Deodato interview in print anywhere this is a stunning large format full color book about the creator of the notorious widely banned horror ma

  • Title: Cannibal Holocaust and the Savage Cinema of Ruggero Deodato
  • Author: Harvey Fenton
  • ISBN: 9780952926047
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Paperback
  • Featuring the first ever English language career length Deodato interview in print anywhere, this is a stunning large format full color book about the creator of the notorious, widely banned horror masterpiece Cannibal Holocaust Full filmography, interview, reviews, and packed with ultra rare gore drenched color photos, posters and video covers.

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    1. I still remember the first time I watched Cannibal Holocaust. It was during a hot humid summer in Korea, and I was a lonely 15 years old boy who found solace in watching foreign films. By then I had developed a taste for wacky stuff, already jaded enough to find Cannibal Holocaust neither too shocking nor scary for me. I was actually a bit disappointed; the local media had made quite a scene when the national censor board lifted the ban, thus allowing this film to be shown in the country. The an [...]

    2. More Italian horror film stuff, this time Ruggero Deodato. Even more violent and stomach turning films for a niche audience.Film synopses, interviews, distribution info, and individual film histories from conception to screen.

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