Emmanuelle & Last Cannibals

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Euro-sleaze merchant Joe D'Amato probably thought he was bringing something new to the exploitation field by fusing elements of the long-running softcore Emmanuelle series with the cannibal subgenre foisted on the viewing public by such directors as D'Amato and Umberto Lenzi, among others. The end product is merely excruciating tedium punctuated by occasional kinky sex in the first half of the film and cheap, gag-inducing special effects in the second. The threadbare plot involves the investigations of a ...
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Euro-sleaze merchant Joe D'Amato probably thought he was bringing something new to the exploitation field by fusing elements of the long-running softcore Emmanuelle series with the cannibal subgenre foisted on the viewing public by such directors as D'Amato and Umberto Lenzi, among others. The end product is merely excruciating tedium punctuated by occasional kinky sex in the first half of the film and cheap, gag-inducing special effects in the second. The threadbare plot involves the investigations of a glamorous journalist (Laura Gemser, then-current star of the Emmanuelle series, though not actually playing that character here) into the cannibal proclivities of a certain Amazon tribe. After viewing documentary footage of cannibals torturing, executing and devouring their enemies, she apparently still wants to learn about such behavior firsthand and journeys down the Amazon with a research team to find the tribe in question. Naturally, the entire group falls into the cannibals' clutches, leading to endless messy scenes of people being carved up, impaled, disemboweled, split in half and (of course) eaten. Too gory for softcore fans and too dull for gorehounds, this is basically a film with no target audience whatsoever.
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Special Features

Origional theatrical trailer; Stills gallery
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/24/2003
  • UPC: 631595031591
  • Original Release: 1977
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  • Source: Shriek Show
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Theatre Wide-Screen (1.85.1)
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:30:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Laura Gemser Emanuelle
Gabriele Tinti Prof. Mark Lester
Susan Scott Maggie
Susan Scott Maggie
Donald O'Brien Donald
Percy Hogan
Geoffrey Copleston
Nieves Navarro
Technical Credits
Joe D'Amato Director
Gianfranco Couyoumdjian Producer
Fabrizio de Angelis Production Manager
Donatella Donati Asst. Director
Nico Fidenco Score Composer
Aristide Massaccesi Cinematographer, Screenwriter
Romano Scandariato Screenwriter
Fabrizio Sforza Makeup Special Effects
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Open [1:33]
2. Crazy Place [6:43]
3. Professor Lester [9:28]
4. Departure [9:03]
5. Down River [8:03]
6. Setup Camp [6:50]
7. Come With Me [7:12]
8. Turn Back [7:46]
9. She's Disappeared [8:25]
10. We've Found It [5:34]
11. Find Maggie [6:17]
12. The Feast [6:41]
13. The Goddess [7:36]
14. Credits [1:30]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play
   Scene Access
   Trailers
      Emanuelle and the Last Cannibals
      Violence in a Womans Prison
      Lizard in a Womans Skin
   Stills Gallery
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