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Product Details

  • Actors: Ursula Andress, Stacy Keach, Claudio Cassinelli
  • Directors: Sergio Martino
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Anamorphic, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Blue Underground
  • DVD Release Date: November 13, 2007
  • Run Time: 103 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,382 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Mountain of the Cannibal God" on IMDb

Special Features

  • Available Audio Tracks: English (Dolby Digital Mono)
  • "Legacy Of The Cannibal God" - Interview with Director Sergio Martino
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • Poster & Still Gallery
  • Talent Bios

Editorial Reviews

Product Description

Uncut and Uncensored Like You've Never Seen It Before!

When her anthropologist husband disappears in New Guinea, Susan Stevenson (Ursula Andress of DR. NO) convinces her colleague Dr. Edward Foster (Stacy Keach of PRISON BREAK) to lead her into the dark heart of the deadly jungle. But while exploring the forbidden mountain of Ra-Rami, the expedition is attacked and captured by a tribe of primitive natives. Even if they can escape the barbaric tortures of these flesh-eating savages, can Susan survive the depraved lust of their Cannibal God?

Prepare yourself for the definitive edition of this notorious shocker! MOUNTAIN OF THE CANNIBAL GOD has been completely restored from original vault materials and now includes the legendary and never-before-seen footage of deviant sexuality from the private collection of director Sergio Martino (TORSO).


"Delights In Sickness!" --DVD Drive-In

Customer Reviews

A very strange movie with a somewhat good plot, but a poor ending.
George Manoogian
As they get deeper into the jungle they are harassed by members of a tribe of cannibals, the Puka and one by one members of the search party are killed off.
Christopher Hivner
You will probably vomit numerous times if watching this morbid but boring, Cannibal film.
Bartok Kinski

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

56 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Johnny Palliser on February 28, 2009
Format: DVD
"Mountain of the Cannibal God", uncut and uncensored for first time on DVD. When Susan Stevenson's (Ursula Andress/the first Bond girl) goes to New Guinea to find her missing husband with the help of Dr. Edwards (Stacy Keach/TV's Mike Hammer. They along with her brother trek deep into the jungle, and come face to face with a cannibal tribe.

Andress was topless in one scene and totally nude in another. Her nudity is worth the price of this film alone. There are alos a cxouple scenes here that were edited out of previous copies of this film, includined here for the first time the scene with a tribalman having sex with a giant hog, while the hog continues to eat. A midly graphic masterbation scence from a tribal girl... It also contains a rather gruesome death scene of a monkey being eaten alive by a python. Director Martino claims that this scene with the monkey was an accident, but it seems that a frame by frame shot says that the monkey was perhaps pushed into the scene and filmed being eaten alive, this according to a 13 minute interview footage with Martino.

All in all, "Mountain" is a well photgraphed and acted "Cannibal" film. A very good entry into the genre. Andress and Keach give good performances in a rather bloody film at times...

A must see for genre fans, and anyone else that is curious...
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Caitsith on June 29, 2011
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First of all, I'm not a big "cannibal" movie fan. But having read so much about this movie I decided to check it out. First the quality of the print was a BIG surprise for what I assumed was going to be another no budget exploitation film. The print and transfer were amazing. I cant believe the exotic beautifully shot scenics. Without an actual movie or plot this would be amazing as a travelog...lol.
The movie itself has pretty decent acting, plot, dialog. The shock value is there as well which is expected of such a film. Well done, not overly cheesy.
Ursula Andress is naked and hot. Not a teenager any more it still works. Very erotic rub down by native girls scene.
The extras were pretty good including an interview with the driector and a video frame by frame that seems to indicate he's delusional or a liar but that too is kinda funny and rated several replays. I wont give it away, but I replayed it several times to the amusement of everyone watching the film with me. Not as gory or in your face as most of the similar films in this genre it played a bit more elievably and was overall mor enjoyable. I would give this film a thumbs up for everyone but the faint of heart, animal rights extremist, or people who basically wouldn't rent or buy this kind of movie anyway.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Anonymous on February 8, 2012
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Towards the end of the movie, you get to see Ursula Andress tied naked to a stake (though they don't grant us full-frontal nudity), and that's yummy. But to get to that point, you have to sit through at least an hour of tedious nonsense, and anyway it's all downhill from there.

This is the movie. Ursula Andress's husband has gone missing on an expedition in New Guinea. A search party is formed, and Andress joins them. Bad music. She slips and is threatened by a spider, but is saved. A member of the party gets trapped and dies. More bad music. Ursula Andress is threatened by a snake, but is saved. More people get trapped die. In the meantime, we see some extended shots of predators like pythons devouring prey. With bad music. Eventually the remnants of the search party get to their destination; Andress gets tied to that stake, but her companion figures out a way for them to escape. They escape.

The so-called "deviant sexuality" consists of a ten-second sequence in which one of the natives (and they don't even look Papuan) simulates copulation with some kind of large pig. Those of you who keep saying things like "This movie is not for the faint of heart!" please, stop misleading everybody. Put it this way. This is supposed to be a horror movie, and I literally fell asleep watching it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy on March 1, 2013
Format: DVD
This was a fairly lame cannibal exploitation film. Susan (Ursula Andress) and her obnoxious brother head off to an island of New Guinea to search for her missing husband. Stacy Keach and stock animal footage are employed along the way. The government doesn't allow expeditions in this area. They take a helicopter to a mountain, then walk to a beach (a nice wide one where a helicopter could land) then take a boat to an island. Plot continuity was not part of the plan. The plan was to get Ursala Andress stripped naked, tied up and greased down similar to what Bo Derek would later do in "Tarzan". We now know John Derek's fetish. Bo er ah Ursala doesn't encounter the cannibals until the last 20 minutes of the film.

In the 1970's this was great stuff. By today's standard it is really ho-hum. A few animals may have been killed for this film. There are better Ursala Andress films out there.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Michael Valdivielso on August 15, 2010
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The Mountain of the Cannibal God is sick, twisted movie made to make money. Nothing wrong with that, but you need to be warned about some of the scenes. Animals, real animals, fight and eat each other. A monkey for example - so be warned!
The plot is simple. Susan Stevenson, played by Ursula Andress the first Bond Girl, needs to find her husband who has disappeared into the deep jungles of New Guinea. They run into problems on many fronts. Native tribes, a government trying to stop them, and even the wild jungles seem to fight them every step of the way. Will she find her husband? Or is there more here happening than meets the eye? There is, to be honest, a very interesting plot twist near the end.
For fans of Ursula Andress there is one brief scene where is she changing, so she is topless. Nothing really you would not find in most European films. But you began to understand why PlayBoy once offered her thousands to pose nude in 2000. She had posed for them, nude, in 1965. Also stars Stacy Keach before he really became known to American viewers as Mike Hammer and the father in Titus.
Uncut, this really holds nothing back, and I would suggest it only for the strong of heart and stomach. 103 minutes, in color, and unrated. If you are a fan of Ursula Andress, I would also suggest getting The 10th Victim - I promise no monkey is killed in it.
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