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I've watched Cannibal Fog before even trying to imagine what hides behind the title, and was pleasantly surprised.
Mixing my favorite genres of horror and dark comedy, the movie reveals itself to be really good done, dealing with taboo such as modern-times cannibalism in some other kind of way that we're used to watch on screens and successfully escaping well-known clichés.
Even though this movie is definitely not to everyone's taste, I'd highly recommend it to every fan of genre(s) who's looking for something different, something more than just bombastic, effects overridden cheap story soaked in blood.
Cannibal Fog is a movie slightly weird, in every kind not ordinary, but funny in any case.
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