In 1980, Italian filmmaker Ruggero Deodato introduced Cannibal Holocaust to the world, a movie that had controversially graphic violence to back up its absolutely absurd name. It went on to become a cult classic for various reasons, and it is the second in a trilogy of cannibal films the director made. Now, 80-year-old Deodato is back for a new entry in the Cannibal Holocaust saga — as a video game with developer Fantastico Studio. It will bring its brutality to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and mobile in November 2020. Do you want to stare at a single […]
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