Demented cannibals, cut off from civilisation and preying on unsuspecting travellers…
“I’ve killed nine-year-olds for no reason at all. What makes you think you have a chance?
She discovers what excites and pleases her, while being abused and humiliated. We sit in the cinema thinking: that’s exactly what growing up was like!
“Killing as many evil sons of bitches as I possibly can”
“What would you do to keep your family alive?”
depicting primitive natives indulging in cannibalism was unproblematic, but the “Hays Code”, which set the moral guidelines for American cinema from 1934-1968, definitely frowned on miscegenation
“I eat people. It’s not the same.”
“Oliver Hartwin wanted to eat someone. Simon Grombeck wanted to be eaten. They were a perfect match.”
“You must eat them, and their power will live in you.”
“He’s a vicious, perverted, sexual failure. An animal.”