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Anthropophagus

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Horror
Release Date:October 23, 1981
Running time:87 minutes
Cast:Tisa Farrow, Saverio Vallone, Serena Grandi, Margaret Mazzantini, Mark Bodin
Director:Joe D'Amato
Producer:Joe D'Amato, George Eastman, Oscar Santaniello
Writer:Joe D'Amato, George Eastman
Distributor:Film Ventures International (FVI)

Description: A group of young people travel by boat to a small island in the Aegean Sea for a carefree holiday, but their enthusiasm soon ebbs with the discovery of a horribly mutilated body. They would leave the island, but their boat has mysteriously slipped its moorings and drifted away, leaving them stranded. They pass the night in a small house, where one of their party is seriously wounded by a terrified blind girl hiding in the basement. They finally discover the island's grisly secret in the pages of a diary: a derangered inhabitant of the island has developed an appetite for human flesh and is lurking in the shadows, waiting to have them for dinner! The youngsters must battle for survival against this blood-thirsty cannibal!

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