Cannibal Terror and The Green Inferno: Cannibal Holocaust 2 coming to Blu-Ray!!
THE GREEN INFERNO: CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST 2 (1988)
A group of enterprising adventurers venture into the Amazon jungle in search of a missing professor but soon the youngsters encounter more than they bargained for – European colonialism is exploiting the rainforest and the natives are fighting back! While Deodato’s original critiqued the mondo pseudo-documentary phenomenon, here director Antonio Climati (Mondo Cane, Savage Man, Savage Beast) turns the focus to satirising the hypocrisy and complexity of Cannibal Holocaust itself. A potent mix of macabre imagery, scenic locations, extreme gore and sly in-jokes, The Green Inferno is the gut-munching sequel you always knew you wanted but were too afraid to ask for!
•Brand new 2K remaster from the original camera negative in 1.66:1 OAR
•Extensive clean-up and colour correction carried out in the UK
•Remastered uncompressed English audio
•Remastered uncompressed Italian audio with newly translated subtitles
•‘Scenes From Banned Alive: The Rise and Fall of Italian Cannibal Movies’. Ruggero Deodato, Umberto Lenzi and Sergio Martino discuss their notorious cannibal films, including The Man From Deep River, Cannibal Ferox, Cannibal Holocaust and The Mountain of the Cannibal God
•Italian opening and closing credits
CANNIBAL TERROR (1981)
blood-soaked late night entertainment, Cannibal Terror was one of the UK’s infamous ‘video nasties’. It’s a torrid tale of stranded tourists being hunted by hungry natives is a work of demented genius from director Alain Deruelle that words can barely do service to. Prepare to feast your eyes on Cannibal Terror!
•Limited edition o-card slipcase [first print run only]
•Limited edition collectors’ booklet by Calum Waddell [first print run only]
•High definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation
•Uncompressed English audio
•Optional English subtitles
•Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing
•‘That’s Not The Amazon! – The Strange Story of the Eurocine Cannibal Film Cycle’