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Old 11th February 2016, 03:07 AM
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I currently own and am interested in watching the following films:

Jungle Holocaust
Faces of Death
Deep River Savages
Cannibal Ferox (waiting to be posted)
Cannibal man (waiting to be posted)

The only thing stopping me from watching these films, is the animal violence. If I knew where about in these films the animal violence takes place, I could edit it out and make the film much more enjoyable to watch.

Can someone please, please help me???!!!!!
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Just buy the Vipco versions, they've done it for you
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If 'Cannibal Man' is the 1973 film directed by Eloy de la Iglesia, as far as I can remember, there isn't any animal cruelty
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Old 11th February 2016, 08:50 AM
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Yeah, but is the rest of the film not also censored?
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Yeah, but is the rest of the film not also censored?

No idea, I've only ever watched the uncut versions (apart from the Shameless edit of CH)
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No idea, I've only ever watched the uncut versions (apart from the Shameless edit of CH)
Thanks a lot! I'll probably get the VIPCO versions
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Depending on the film, I think some of Vipco's releases are also cut for violence (I have no idea which as I don't and have never owned any cannibal films released by them).

DVD Compare should be able to help though.
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Old 11th February 2016, 09:22 AM
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Depending on the film, I think some of Vipco's releases are also cut for violence (I have no idea which as I don't and have never owned any cannibal films released by them).

DVD Compare should be able to help though.
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Old 11th February 2016, 10:17 AM
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I have the Vipco release of Cannibal Ferox stay well away it is cut to bits absolutely everything is cut out of it.
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Old 11th February 2016, 11:01 AM
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Most if not all the Italian Cannibal movies telegraph the upcoming animal violence well in advance, thus if a tribesman grabs an small animal... or if an animal is tied/strapped down... or if a cast member looks off screen at 2 animals squaring off... violence on animals normally follow.

as I recall the uncut version of Cannibal Man has a slaughterhouse scene involving cattle being chopped up(don't hold me to that tho)

The Shameleess Cannibal Holocaust release includes a cut of the film avoiding much of the animal scenes. But uncut means just that, so if they shot it...

And yeah, avoid the Vippco Cannibals, the BBFC cut out far too much back in the 80s/90s or banned em all together and when they finally passed they were cut to ribbons.
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