Cannibal Horror Films, Eli Roth, Emanuelle (Fright Bytes Ep. 26)
It’s summer time folks, and what better way than to sit indoors in front of your computer and watch FRIGHT BYTES? Summer is a time for all night drive-in horror shows – add a little heat and the jungle and what do you have? Cannibal horror films! This phenomenon (cannibal horror films are hugely popular despite their shady production value and the fact that very few cannibal horror films are made in the 2000s) has lasted throughout the years and it all started with Umberto Lenzi’s THE MAN FROM DEEP RIVER in 1972. What is the allure of cannibal horror films? Why are they so popular and still sought out today? Join your hosts LIANNE SPIDERBABY and STEVE MAC as they explore these questions and more.
Also, several clips of some of your favorite cannibal films AND Eli Roth on CANNIBAL FEROX, CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST and some of his favorite cannibal films.
DIARY OF THE DEUCE returns with an interesting take on Joe D’Amato’s EMANUELLE AND THE LAST CANNIBALS.
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Source: Fright Bytes