Well it is an idea to do as a challenge in a game of truth or dare but i think i will probably get a knee to the balls and a restraining order if i call a woman 'a hot pussy little whore' in a public place
Why couldn't the whole film just have been about animal cruelty? If this film was just live footage of animals being tortured to death, i would watch it every day.
I don't hate animals, but i do think that would make for a good movie; frankly I think that the whole cannibal horror thing is kind of stupid and repetitive. People just don't care if they see other people getting hurt; if you really want to disturb your audience, just show them animals suffering. I'm not saying i approve of animal cruelty, I'm just saying it would make one hell of an interesting movie.
Worst idea EVER.
Rhody, you're making the spirit of Jeffrey Dahmer blush.
First of all, dude, I don't think you understood my point. My point was that if the movie was trying to be disturbing, then focusing on animal cruelty rather than cannibalism would have done a far better job of disturbing the audience.
Second of all, I'm sure Jeffrey Dahmer would have dissed the movie for not having enough cannibalism because he was a psychopathic asshole, one that I hate with a passion in fact.
Third of all, don't act like I'm trying to be sick, I'm simply saying that if the movie wanted to be sick, then there are plenty of ways to do it more effectively, none of which they chose to do.
Yeah I get your point, as much as I wouldn't enjoy a movie that is 99% animal cruelty, it would be disturbing to the point that it would be original, something that Cannibal Ferox is not (seriously, cannibal movies are so cliché).
But I disagree that it would make a "good" movie, it would just be original. It's like making a movie based off of 99% child abuse, it would be interesting, but it wouldn't make for a good movie.
In order to come up with an original concept, you have to come up with something other than simple extremities. This movie was bad because it didn't take that extra creative step, and I see where you're going when you say that more animal cruelty would have made it more original, but wouldn't have it been even more entertaining if they added something even MORE creative? What if they had the animals kill the cannibals and made it really gory? That is what I think would have made the movie better, have some lions kill the humans as a testament for nature fighting back.
That would also show we never really take under consideration that natural death via one animal eating another can be just as visually unappealing as one animal eating one of its own king, despite one animal eating another being considered of a higher level of morality than plain ol cannibalism.
You're right, this movie needed a lot more originality, but the way you suggest it just doesn't cut it for me.
Come one dude, that's a harsh and unprovoked insult. Why don't you do what I did, and suggest another way this movie could have improved rather than just make fun of some other guys opinion?
Where the fuck are you buying your Bubbletape that you're paying 50c a can for it? Are...are you a time traveler?
One of your best ever, fantastico!!!
I have absolutely used the "hot pussied little whore" line with great success.
When that lady said that see believes than cannibalism doesn't exist and never has existed, I started hating her guts, and I still do to this day.
I imagine if I called a woman a "hot pussied little whore," I would get punched in the face, kneed in the balls, and thrown into a garbage can.
12:08- As someone who actually likes Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, I'd go for that movie over this one any day.
18:53- I hate you enough already, lady. Don't make me hate you even more than any of the Kardashians.
20:16- God, I with this WAS Star Trek V.
I can actually chew a whole container of Bubble Tape.
I always thought that the whole "cannibalism has never existed as an organized practice" justification was kind of stupid and flimsy.
Maybe it's because I know the title is "Cannibal Ferox" or I'm basking in modern archaeological knowledge of ancient civilizations, but I think it's fairly obvious that her thesis is wrong and that "man eat man" is not bullshit IRL.
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