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-from the godfather of gore, Herschell Gordon Lewis, comes from the most eagerly awaited sequel in the annals of splatter cinema! The cannibal caterer is back with a new recipe for gross-out, comedic carnage that literally blows chunks across the silver screen! From the groundbreaking production team of H.G. Lewis and David Friedman. MAN FROM DEEP RIVER -follow a photographer as he journeys through the treacherous jungles of South East Asia. Attacked and captured by a tribe of jungle dwelling savages, he attempts an escape, and commits a barbaric act that strangely earns him the respect of the natives. As a sign of acceptance, the tribe attempts to assimilate him into their fold, initiating him through a series of brutal and sadistic rites! Can he survive!
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WARLOCK MOON ('73)
This is more of a supernatural tale, originally titled Bloody Spa. The plotline somewhat resembles Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Some college kids are lured to an abandoned health spa filled with witches, ghosts, and ugly maniacs (no warlocks or moons though). They try to avoid becoming the main course of a bizarre blood cult banquet.
This is a decent flick, but has no gory flesh devouring or nudity. What's up with that? Oh well, it does have a special comedy commentary by Joe Bob Briggs.
MAN FROM DEEP RIVER ('72)
The mother of all cannibal flicks, THIS MOVIE RULES!!!!! I was surprised how well developed this story is. It's not really a gorefest, most of the movie feels more like a mondo film. It captures the lifestyle of a primitive tribe in Thailand, in very shocking detail (one particular scene really jacked me up!). The cannibalism kicks in near the end of the movie. Nudity is rampant throughout, in case you're wondering.
This landmark film is well worth the price alone. Umberto Lenzi rules!!!!
BLOOD FEAST 2 ('01)
From the Godfather of Gore, Herschell Gordon Lewis presents this long awaited sequel. It's drenched with blood splatter and hot naked chicks, but is hampered by an R rating? That kinda sucks, toning down the sickness. It's still bloody fun, just don't expect the usual HGL gross-out carnage.
All-in-all, this lunchbox is a great value that will keep all you gore dogs howling. Not as brilliant as the Jungle Horrors triple feature, but still an outstanding way to kill some brain cells.
Warlock Moon (1.5 stars): "Warlock Moon," a 1973 independent release directed by Bill Herbert, boasts two talented leads at the beginning of their careers, but little else. Laurie Walters (of TV's "Eight is Enough") and Joe Spano (most recently Mark Harmon's FBI buddy on "NCIS") are a pair of college age youngsters who wind up spending considerable time at a rundown spa in the middle of nowhere that closed 40 years earlier. Eventually, the two get themselves in big trouble. The two leads are decent actors, as evidenced by their later careers, and they bring a semblance of quality to the production. Walters plays the scenes in which she is terrorized well, and Spano gets to chew the scenery in a bizarre courtship scene in an abandoned swimming pool. The rest of the cast leaves much to be desired, with a quality level about what you'd expect from the local community theaters from which they probably came. In addition, the screenplay of "Warlock Moon" is filled with gaping plot holes, and the film's production values are virtually nonexistent. Horror fans should also note that, although several murders occur in the film, unlike the shocking gore level of most independent films of that time, almost nothing is shown. Instead, the film features some rather inept cuts while the killings occur offscreen.
"Warlock Moon" does feature a witty DVD commentary, as well as a brief introduction to the film, both provided by so-called "drive-in critic" Joe Bob Briggs, who provided commentaries for a number of low rent horror film DVDs a few years back.Read more ›
I'm reviewing the Cannibal Lunch Box Triple Feature which I don't see much reviews for. I was very interested because it had Man from Deep River and Blood Feast 2. I never heard of Warlock Moon but it did sound interesting. The catch is Blood Feast 2 is R-rated in these packs. The unrated Blood Feast 2 is expensive which is lame. Who could complain because it has Man from Deep River.
Warlock Moon(1973)= A very low budget movie with a similar atmosphere to Texas Chainsaw Massacre. A college couple go to a defunct Victorian Hotel that has a blood cult. Very slow in the first half but picks up later. It is predictable though that should not get in the way. Joe Bob Briggs is a special feature which is a plus. This is one under-rated movie. It's best to watch at night, no lights, and don't expect anything. Give Warlock Moon a chance! Four Stars!****
Man from Deep River(1972)= The first film of the cannibal genre. Directed by legendary Umberto Lenzi, and starring cannibal film vets Ivan Rassimov and Me Me Lai. A British photographer(Rassimov) goes to Thailand and runs into trouble.Read more ›
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Great set except that Blood Feast is the R rated version. If the set wasn't so cheap, that may ruin it. But for under $15 it's still worth it for the other two title.Published 4 months ago by TJ
I guess this set is worth the price for Man From Deep River as that still has some entertainment value and for Joe Bob Briggs (he's a funny bloke) commentary on Warlock Moon. Read morePublished on May 27, 2011 by A. Jones
The Man from Deep River:
A pleasant storyline, decent acting, and plenty of topless shots in this jungle thriller. Read more
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