A reporter and her cameraman connect a surviving Jonestown leader and a TV exec's missing son to a drug war where jungle installations are being massacred by an army of natives and a skilled white assassin.
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A team of scientists working to raise a sunken Russian nuclear submarine on an ocean platform off the coast of Miami, Florida, unearth an ancient Atlantean relic from the sea floor and ... See full summary »
When a terrorist's body, infected with a stolen chemical, is recovered by the US military, the corpse is cremated, unintentionally releasing the virus/bacteria into the atmosphere over a ... See full summary »
A priest comes to a small town to help get rid of a monster whose blood coagulates very fast. This creates problems as the monster is very hard to kill and then decides to go on a killing spree of its own.
A cameraman and a reporter head into the jungle searching for the missing son of a TV producer hoping to find a big story. What they get caught up in is a drug war which threatens to take their own lives. Written by
Sujit R. Varma
The producers wanted director Ruggero Deodato to make a sequel to "Cannibal Holocaust". Deodato rejected the idea and decided to make this film instead. See more »
During the intro titles as the camera is following the woman holding the baby, as she steps onto an escalator there is a man behind her wearing a grey T-shirt who is carrying a shoulder bag with a red strap. However as the camera shot changes to show her getting off at the end, the man is suddenly now in front and can be seen stepping off and walking ahead of her. See more »
Another short comment from The Vault, dated 2006/10/11:
"Now we're talking business! Finally I was able to purchase the shiny uncut and uncensored Anchor Bay edition of "Cut and Run", Ruggero Deodato's notorious 'drugs & jungle'-fest. And yes, it's violent, it's gory, and misogynistic. And it even manages to tell a pretty decent, dual plotted story. An ambitious reporter (Lisa Blount) is after the story of a lifetime when she discovers a renegade colonel (Richard Lynch), who supposedly died years ago, is currently in the drug traffic business, producing cocaine in the jungle. Also, the son of a rich American TV-producer disappeared in that very same jungle. We pretty soon learn that he is held against his will by the colonel to help him fabricate and transport drugs. Further more, the colonel is helped by a ruthless native tribe. You guessed it: there's plenty of room for decapitations, disembowelment, dismemberment, violations of women,... This all boils down to some pretty cruel jungle mayhem. If you see it, then make sure to watch the restored uncut version, because otherwise you'll miss out on some of the fun stuff and even a few additional plot elements."
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