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Anthropophagous 2000 (1999)

A group of friends stumble onto the killing grounds of a cannibalistic loner who then mercilessly stalks down the party, one-by-one. When only a small group remains, they decide to take a ... See full summary »

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Andreas Schnaas
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Credited cast:
Achim Kohlhase Achim Kohlhase ... Stan
Andre Sobottka Andre Sobottka ... Vincent
Dirk Thies Dirk Thies ... The Vagabond
Joe Neumann Joe Neumann ... Steven Bauers
Jens Bauhuf Jens Bauhuf ... Marsh Güldenbaum
Bernd Meißner Bernd Meißner ... 1st Interpol Agent
Carsten De Jonge Carsten De Jonge ... Hank
Andreas Schnaas Andreas Schnaas ... Nikos Karamanlis
Karl-Heinz Geisendorf Karl-Heinz Geisendorf ... Allan
Sybille Kohlhase Sybille Kohlhase ... Irena Karamanlis
Cordula Kruger Cordula Kruger ... Martha Karamanlis
Sandra Berg Sandra Berg ... Vicky Karamanlis
Maja Carstens Maja Carstens ... Mary
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Britt B. Britt B. ... Carol
Sven Carstens Sven Carstens ... Stuart
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A group of friends stumble onto the killing grounds of a cannibalistic loner who then mercilessly stalks down the party, one-by-one. When only a small group remains, they decide to take a stand against the murderer and fight for their lives. Written by Anonymous

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Poor Remake
29 February 2008 | by Michael_ElliottSee all my reviews

Anthropophagous 2000 (1999)

* 1/2 (out of 4)

German director Andreas Schnaas' remake of Joe D'Amato's infamous Anthropophagous is pretty much a direct rip and follows the same storyline of vacationers stuck on an island and being terrorized by a cannibal. I've heard a lot about Schnaas but this was the first film of his I've seen. He's got quite a reputation for gore and the film doesn't disappoint on that level. There are all sorts of insanely violent scenes with tons of gore but the special effects are so incredibly poor that you can't help but laugh at them. It's that laughter that gives this film its charm, ala an Ed Wood movie. Technically speaking everything here is pretty horrid and doesn't hold a candle to the original flick. The famous "abortion" scene is also done here but not nearly as well.


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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

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9 April 1999 (Germany) See more »

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Cannibal 2000 See more »

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Austria See more »

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DEM50,000 (estimated)
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