The bar scene in the final version was actually a conglomerate of 3 different bars shot over a period of six months. The producers were so dissatisfied with the footage from the previous two shoots that they re-shot the scenes. In actuality there were 4 locations used as the exterior shot was an entirely different location to give the bar the appearance of being in the middle of nowhere. See more »
Grind house version with Odor-Rama scratch-n-sniff. Run time 77 min. See more »
I have to admit, the somewhat bizarre title had me figuring this would be a waste of time to see. However, it turned out to be surprisingly well-done for a "B" movie. The movie, I assume was a Black Comedy. As a matter-of-fact, the whole film had a comic air about it. Somewhat dry and demented humor, but it was quite good and very funny. Of course, unless the viewer in tuned to the comedy aspect, they just may look at this as a poorly made horror flick. The acting was fair for this type of film, but there was a standout. Steven Brack reminded me of a young Rock Hudson. Move-star looks, tall, handsome, and with a keen sense of comedy. Brack just might be an actor to keep an eye on. Over all, if you're looking for a few laughs on a rainy or cold night, Island of the Cannibal Death Gods is worth a peek.
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