Grindhouse Releasing recently issued an impressive blu-ray set for Cannibal Holocaust – and they’re also bringing it back to the big screen from now into early November via a series of screenings in various Landmark theaters. It’s already playing this weekend in Pittburgh and Minneapolis. Future screening dates will take it to cities like Detroit, St. Louis, Denver, Washington D.C. and New York City. Read on for an itinerary of dates and locations (and click on the links in the first sentence for Schlockmania’s detailed film and disc reviews).
Grindhouse Releasing brings director Ruggero Deodato’s notorious horror classic CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST back to the big screen starting this weekend at Landmark Theatres across the United States.
CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST tells the story of four documentary filmmakers who experience brutal death at the hands of a savage South American tribe of flesh-eaters. The film is so intense, so graphic and so unflinching in its realism that the director and producer of CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST were arrested on its original release and the film was seized.
CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST was the direct inspiration for director Eli Roth’s new horror film THE GREEN INFERNO. The film stars Robert Kerman, Francesca Ciardi and Carl Gabriel Yorke. Moviegoers are warned: This is the original, uncut version of CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST and its strong content may upset some viewers.