Cannibal Ferox(1981) Movie Review 1/3





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Published on Sep 4, 2013

Part one of my review of yet another disgusting cannibal flick, Cannibal Ferox(1981) starring Giovanni Lombardo Radice, Lorraine De Selle, Danilo Mattei, Zora Kerova, Walter Lucchini, Fiamma Maglione, and Robert Kerman.

Directed by Umberto Lenzi.


Advertisements still claim that the movie is banned in 31 countries, even though several countries have lifted the ban since it was first printed.

Giovanni Lombardo Radice used the stage name John Morghen to make audiences think Cannibal Ferox was more of an Americanized movie rather than an "obscure foreign film".

Umberto Lenzi used the same music as he used in his earlier film, Eaten Alive!, in this one.

The Australian title "Woman from Deep River" was made to cash in on one of Umberto Lenzi's previous films, Sacrifice!, which is known in Australia as "Man from Deep River".


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