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Trevor B. Devendorf

It's quite simply the modern day version of a couple movies that are somewhat similar to Cannibal Holocaust (1979) and Cannibal Ferox (1981). I gotta say I went in with no expectations, and it ended up being a pretty decent flick to me, pretty much a "b" horror flick style movie, like a 70's or 80's horror flick. I did see the trailer once though and when I saw Eli Roth's name in it, I got both skeptical and also like "this could be amazing..." After watching it all and enduring the time of the whole film and I thought "Is that it?" For Eli Roth I wasn't expecting how it ended... I wanted more. But i guess that's just me. Out of 100% like how Rotten Tomatoes does it, I give a strong 80%! And like IMDb 1 out of 10 stars... I give a 8 out of 10. Even though I've loved Eli's films, like I loved Cabin Fever which came forever ago (2002 AD) and that's one my favourite Roth films. So for the whole composition of the film I want to add is that touches on, a lot of blood, gore, disgusting moments, and straight up cringe moments for a good 35 (guesstimated) minutes of the film. If you're a fan of that, then might like it...


Now I just can't wait to see Knock, Knock Eli's next directing credit comin' up soon Oct. 9th, in which i'll be doing a review for as well.

Also more reviews will coming out more often from me, of old classic horror/thriller films to new modern day thriller films up through 2015 and on!

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