DISTURBING!


Unfortunately, we've become all too accustomed to the blood and gore of humans being hacked into pieces so you may not even find this to be an issue. In addition, you will also get to witness a large, live lizard dissection. You'll see a beautiful, precious little monkey being consumed by a large snake which draws out unbearably as you see the little guy's eye blinking from inside the snakes jaw while his little feet and hands struggle to loose himself. It is obvious that the scenes are real and more disturbing than ever as the situations had to have been created just for this pathetic film.

Natives spit (or puke) into an herbal substance to create an alcoholic beverage that is then consumed. There are many scenes of natives eating people parts and live animals.

After consuming the actor who played Ursula's brother, the natives became sexual in nature, with a long close up of a filthy girl masturbating and a young boy having intercourse with a very large swine. As the writer and/or director evidently didn't think there to be enough darkness in this film, they made sure we got to witness a penis being cut off.

This one is a must for those that kill and consume others or want to, those that like to torture and destroy animals, etc. I can't imagine that any normal person would find this film appropriate in any way and very far from entertaining.

There were several of us James Bond / Ursula Andress fans that viewed the film together and everyone had the same take - we're sorry we watched it and hope the disturbing images do not lurk in our brains long.

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i take it youve never seen an italian exploitation movie before have you?


this one is on the tamer side of them too. try cannibal holocaust or zombi holocaust.

"I can't imagine that any normal person would find this film appropriate in any way and very far from entertaining."

while i wouldnt say im normal im far from a killer yet i enjoy these movies thank you very much. you have to realize the morals behind them. for example in this one the movie deals with greed, adultry and thats all i can think of off my head.

now i realize that these movies are not everyones cup of tea but you dont need to insult the people that like them. i could find plenty of things to say about people who watch james bond movies. doesnt he have sex with a different women in each movie? doesnt he kill people?

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I would like to see James Bond in a cannibal movie... Maybe he could rescue MoneyPenny only to discover her "lost past" as she begins to consume him...

I think PeeWee Herman would be perfect in the role of Bond, I choose Pia Zadora for the role of MoneyPenny (or Cher if she would do it).

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James Bond in a cannibal movie? I love it! It could be called "The Spy Who Ate Me."

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No it would be RoastFinger!

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In defence of the actors, many people involved in 70's/80's films like these actually didn't know exactly what kind of film they were in.

You'll often find the lead 'name' actors do not take part in any frightfulness, they just react to it. This is because the filmmakers inserted the more graphic scenes afterwards.

Most of the script would not be in English, or the actors would only get a script with their role, so they would not know the entire story. Add to this most films would have an alternate shooting title while the film was being made to further 'fudge' the issue (i.e. 'Fluffkin's Big Adventure' would be released as 'Zombie Porn Killer').

Do you think that if Miss Andress had read a complete shooting script of this film she would've appeared in it ? Not TOO sure about Stacy Keach, though...boy, I've heard some stories about him. Once when [REMOVED ON LEGAL ADVICE][REMOVED ON LEGAL ADVICE][REMOVED ON LEGAL ADVICE][REMOVED ON LEGAL ADVICE][REMOVED ON LEGAL ADVICE] the horse survived and the insurance paid for the wooden leg, so don't get too upset.

I'll always remember seeing an interview with John Saxon who was absolutely SHOCKED when he found out he'd been in an infamous cannibal film ('Cannibal Apocalpse', he thought it was something like 'The Deer Hunter' he was in...and that was YEARS after he made the film.

Perkins...the Uncanny

"Zombies, man. Creep me out..."

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Ask Stacey Keach...or the horse.

Perkins...the Uncanny

"Zombies, man. Creep me out..."

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I love horror and everything about it but I have to be honest I thought the monkey scene was over the top and dragged on way to long to the point I had to look away and couldn't wait for it to be over. One of the first times this horror fan could not bear to watch.

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You really have to be a fan of Italian gore & exploitation movies to appreciate Mountain of the Cannibal God.They are definitely not for the squeamish, especially concerning their use of real life animal cruelty.It is horrible I admit, but, unfortunately, it was part & parcel of the Italian cannibal sub-genre of films back then.

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I hate to use these words in the manner of the sentence they are used in but:

"Enjoying the Cannibal sub-genre of films is an acquired taste."

It also goes to show the effects of forcing anger upon those who don't need it forced upon.

If you piss cannibals off, you're usually invited over to dinner, as dinner.

And also, those who pose no ill will towards cannibals usually survive the film.

Example: Cannibal Holocaust.

The filmmakers in the film did their best to create action for their film, including raping, pillaging, and attacking the cannibals and are killed for their actions.

The man who goes to find the missing filmmakers, acted friendly with no harm towards the cannibals and also tried to make friends with them, and was rewarded for doing so, by being given the film that showed what the filmmakers before him done, and the price they payed.



How did I find out I didn't pass my piss test?
When they said "Urine big trouble".

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@JulzGaye:

Clearly, this type of film was not for you. But to focus on one of your examples -- the snake consuming the monkey scene -- while it's certainly gruesome by any standard, it's also NATURE. And the filmmakers provided a glimpse into nature that few of us have ever seen. The way you reacted is almost as if you saw the monkey as some sort of pet, whereas the snake saw it as sustenance. Therefore, for you to try to superimpose your sense of morality of how you think things should be, vs how things actually ARE in nature, is really arrogant, IMO.

"Love isn't what you say or how you feel, it's what you DO". (The Last Kiss)

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