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A scene so horrific it has to be seen to be believed. The turtle scene in Cannibal Holocaust will linger in your mind long after it is over. Banned in fifty countries, and name one of the most controversial movie of all time by EW, Ruggero Deadato’s Cannibal Holocaust is truly an exercise in depravity. a b Gyory, Michel (2000), Making and Distributing Films in Europe: The Problem of Nationality, European Audiovisual Observatory Cannibal Holocaust, OFLC decision". Office of Film and Literature Classification, New Zealand. Archived from the original on 7 May 2008 . Retrieved 27 January 2008.
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D'Offizi, Sergio (interviewee) (2003). In the Jungle: The Making of Cannibal Holocaust (Documentary). Italy: Alan Young Pictures. Others will disagree of course, and proclaim that any authentic animal abuse shown on screen should be removed before being shown to audiences. It could encourage similar behaviour, particularly if younger viewers come across it.The single most disturbing scene in the movie though is the feces eating scene. It is something that is rarely seen in films which makes it that much harder to sit through and handle. It is gross, revolting and literally left me questioning what is wrong with humanity? Salo, another film that is banned and always creates controversy when brought up, is a whole new exercise in dehumanization. The sex, torture and the violence is so depraved and dehumanizing it is almost impossible to think that anyone could have filmed this. The film is still forbidden in a large number of countries and it’s very hard to find a copy of it to watch. Snyder, Jon (28 October 2010). "25 Best Horror Films of All Time". Wired . Retrieved 10 November 2010.
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a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r Deodato, Ruggero (12 November 2000). "Cult-Con 2000". Cannibal Holocaust DVD Commentary (Interview). Interviewed by Sage Stallone, Bob Murawski. Tarrytown, New York. Obvious connotations can be made to Blair Witch Project. I'm sure the crew that made BWP was inspired by this movie.
No, the nostalgia for yesteryear’s 42nd Street fodder instead seems to stem from the way the genre’s playful disregard for sexual propriety and “revolutionary” violence now serves as a premonitory anti-PC manifesto, refreshingly direct given the current era’s ultra-rhetorical, ultra-humorless public handwringing over the two cinematic topics that used to be lotsa larfs: sex and violence. Is there a money shot more tasteless or rewarding than that of The Gore Gore Girls, in which a killer dispatches with a shrieking bimbette via repeated bludgeonings to her bare ass with a meat tenderizer, topping off his handiwork with a dash of salt? It's impossible to talk about Cannibal Holocaust without mentioning The Blair Witch Project. Blair Witch is (wrongly) labelled as 'inventing' the 'found footage' genre, when, in fact it simply 'rebooted' it. Cannibal Holocaust did it almost twenty years previous. Nonetheless, the BBFC recognised that the film, although strong, could be made acceptable, subject to the removal of the above scenes. The distributor therefore agreed to make five minutes 44 seconds of cuts to remove unacceptable elements, after which the film was passed at 18 for video and DVD release. Cuts were required in eight individual scenes:four scenes of sexual violence and four scenes of animal killing.