Film historian Calum Waddell has some exciting news about a supposedly "unfinished" scene from the controversial CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST!
One of the most controversial horror films ever made was released in Italian theaters on this day in 1980. Of
There isn’t much meat to this next story–but there’s plenty of gore! Related Article: RUGGERO DEODATO RETURNS TO CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST
The Ho-Ho-Horror Begins November 24th, 2020 on Digital Platforms and December 1st, 2020 on Cable VOD! 24 Days – 24
Gather ’round, nerdlings! For today, is a special day. Today, is a day that I have anticipated for over seven
The ubiquitous “Barbarian Brothers” David and Peter Paul were a novelty in the 1980’s when they had smallish roles in
Legendary filmmaker Ruggero Deodato is one of the directors of DREAD’s upcoming horror anthology Deathcember. He most famously (and infamously)
Along with the entire horror community and fans of extreme cinema in general, it pains us to report the passing
Cannibal Holocaust, directed by Ruggero Deodato, will always be as infamous as it is famous. While many will hail it
“Why ban films? If you don’t want to go watch something, don’t go. Don’t spend your money to watch it.
Well… This is unexpected to say the least, no? One of the most controversial films of our times, Cannibal Holocaust