“Who wants sour milk when you can get fresh meat?”
“In the late 90’s screenwriting GOAT Charlie Kaufman pitched a movie version of Gilligan’s Island were the islanders, starving and desperate, started killing and eating each other.”
It could be argued that cannibalism as this ultimate form of aggression lurks within every one of us…. We have an aggressive part of ourselves, it’s part of basic human nature, and to that extent we are all potential cannibals.
“What do you want? An island that people can go to and all of their sexual fantasies will be realized?”
Of all the (sometimes) wonderful cannibal movies and shows I have reviewed in this blog, my personal favourite is still The Silence of the Lambs with Anthony Hopkins as Hannibal the Cannibal. It was the first film I reviewed on this blog (does that mean I liked the others less each time? Not at all), …
“the fear of the outsider or alien (remember this is only a few years after 9/11) offers a stark binary which equates civilised with good and savage with evil”
It says here the body showed signs of cannibalism!
“Maybe insects are God’s favourite creatures? Christ walked on water, just like a mosquito does.”
“He faced 25 charges, including one in which he was accused of eating slices of a school-teacher’s heart.”
“I am 100% cannibal. I want to eat you.”