Posts Tagged ‘Umberto Lenzi’

Eating People is Easy: Your Friendly, Native Guide to Italian Cannibal Films

Eating People is Easy: Your Friendly, Native Guide to Italian Cannibal Films

Tweet The following feature is one of the most violent expositions ever made. There are at least two dozen scenes of barbaric torture and sadistic cruelty graphically written about. If the presentation of disgusting and repulsive subject matter upsets you, please do not read this Italian Horror Week entry. [Paraphrased with liberties from Cannibal Ferox] […]




The Self Defeating Nature of Late Era Italian Horror

The Self Defeating Nature of Late Era Italian Horror

Tweet At one point, every horror fan is required to face the fact that much of what constitutes straight-up horror during Italy’s gory years is essentially xerox cinema of varying degrees. Outside the beautiful black-and-white gothics that first populated Italy’s horror landscape, the vernacular of the giallo, and cannibalistic jungle romps– there just isn’t much […]