Holocaust Cannibal Film Details
Overview: Nearing the end of WW2, a handful of Nazis board a plane bound for Argentina, where they plan to live in hiding. During the flight, lightning hits the plane and they parachute onto an island populated by savages. Atrocities await.
Review: If you are like me and thought that this might be a fun blending of old school, Italian cannibal movies and Nazisploitation then you too will be very disappointed by this movie. While the gore is created entirely through practical effects, there are no jungle cannibals to be found; nor is there any on screen cannibalism. Instead you have “civilized” people killing other “civilized” people and rarely for any reason. While this might sound like a fun excuse to kill an hour and half, most of the fights are poorly coregraphyed and are all in slow-motion. The fights almost never result in any gore or extreme violence (most of that is saved for the end of the movie) and instead features a lot of people being punched, choked out, passing out from poison, or suffering a surprisingly tame bullet wound. I will give credit where it’s due and say that when the blood does finally flow at the end you do get some decent gore. I would compare it in both quality and goriness to something you’d see in an Andreas Schnaas production. Also, if you like gelding scenes then you have two to look forward to. Both members are hilariously fake looking and one is even thrown into someone’s face after detachment has occurred! Overall I would not recommend this to any jungle cannibal fans as none of the required check boxes are hit. If you like metal music, slow-mo fights involving lingerie clad women, Dad jokes about grammar Nazis, and some decent gore at the end then you might consider checking it out.
Duration: 96 min
Genre: Action, Fantasy, Horror, Sci-Fi
Also known as: Holocaust Cannibal