Condemned, banned, prosecuted... Cannibal Holocaust is just about the most infamous film ever made, going further into horror and cruelty than just about any other movie as an American film crew makes contact with a tribe of primitive cannibals – and swiftly wishes they hadn't.
It's the sort of film for which the phrase 'stomach churning' might have been invented but there's more to Cannibal Holocaust than simply inducing nausea: it's one of the most important films-about-filmmaking there is, and a powerful study of violence too.
Director Ruggero Deodato's (Live Like a Cop, Die Like a Man) savage masterpiece has never looked better than on this gorgeous 4K restoration. 88 Films are proud to present the definitive edition of this horrible, essential classic.
LIMITED EDITION FEATURES
Limited Edition Slipcase
A3 Double Sided fold-out poster with artwork by Graham Humphreys and Original Italian Poster Artwork
Booklet notes with new writing on the film by Sarah Appleton, Sean Hogan & Martin Beine
Brand new 4K Remaster from the Original Negatives presented in High Definition (1080p) in 1.85:1 Aspect Ratio
2.0 English Stereo Remix
2.0 English Original Mono
Audio Commentary with Kim Newman and Barry Forshaw
The Flesh of the Controversy - BRAND NEW Interview with Director Ruggero Deodato
Biting Reality - An Interview with Ruggero Deodato
The Last Cannibal Kings - Deodato vs Lenzi
Different Holocaust - Archive Interview with Ruggero Deodato
Jungle Stories - An Interview with Production Designer Massimo Antonello Geleng
Italian Horrors - An Interview with Expert and Film Director Marcello Avallone
Professionals in Peril - An Interview with Director of Photography Sergio D’Offizi
In the Jungle - The Making of Cannibal Holocaust (Archive Documentary)
Alternate Scene - The Last Road to Hell
US First Release Trailer
Reversible sleeve with newly commissioned artwork by Graham Humphreys and original Italian poster