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||IMDB Rating: 3.3/10 from votes
||Release: 5 December 1980 (West Germany) /
||Genre: Adventure, Horror, Thriller
||Director: Julián Esteban,
||Stars: Al Cliver, Aline Mess, Ana Paula, Antonio de Cabo, Antonio Mayans, Bertrand Altmann, Claude Boisson, Gisela Hahn, Melo Costa, Muriel Montossé, Óscar Cortina, Tibi Costa, Ursula Buchfellner, Werner Pochath
||Synopsis: The story is set amongst jungle tribes that live in fear of the devil. Laura Crawford is a model who gets kidnapped by a gang of thugs whilst working in South America. They take her into the jungle and demand a huge ransom. Laura is guarded by some ridiculous looking native who calls himself "The Devil" and has to go through all manner of unpleasantries until the gang get their ransom. Chained maidens are offered in supplication and the devil demonstrates eating pussy in a grossly excessive literal manner. Enter Peter Weston, the devil hunter, who goes into the jungle in true Indiana Jones style to try and rescue her. Written by Sujit R. Varma
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When a man who doesn't have Alzheimer's can't remember how many films
he's made, he probably is the world's most prolific director after all.
That man is Jesus Franco, the king of so-called 'eurotrash'. His 1980
flick Devil Hunter is as rushed, opaque, stupid, lazy and exploitative
in the truest sense of the word (the film's title is misleading, for
starters) as any other Franco film I've seen. That makes it sound
pretty awful, and it is... Yet Franco does have some kind of inimitable
sensibility, a generous way with the baldly outrageous, with nudity and
sleaze and violence, and even with his stupid cheap editing which tries
to pave over the extreme haste with which all his films were made. The
mix of all these elements causes you to ride his films out, even while
you're mostly waiting for them to end because they're so very tedious.
Devil Hunter is nigh on incomprehensible for the first half an hour.
The kidnap by strangers of a white woman who seems to be a model or
film star is intercut with a bunch of native action in South America.
There's lots of naked writhing, dancing, and endless repeated zoom-ins
on an ugly totem pole. You need to get used to the repetitive zoom-ins
and the technique of cutting back to the same shot about three times in
a row right away, as these are Franco's main methods of extending a
film out to feature length.
The monster who looks like the totem pole is actually kind of scary. He
has raw bug eyes and his presence is always signalled on the soundtrack
by cacophonous groaning, apparently recorded in an echo chamber. Early
in the piece he chews on a native lady strapped to a tree, and it's
hard to know what really happens here but I think he ate her stomach
(or her genitals, sweet Jesus!).
Anyway, the adventure begins properly when a studly guy and his freaked
out Vietnam vet pal are sent to the island to recover the white girl
from the kidnappers. The flakey guy has an accent which, as dubbed, is
half Brooklyn-American, half English-Liverpudlian and all retarded. All
of the dialogue and dubbing is ridiculous and laughable, making for
another layer of the film which can somehow hold your interest.
Not too much really happens from here on in, and it happens pretty
sluggishly, studded with the odd bit of outrage like a rape. The
nebulous action is fleshed out (haha!) by acres of 360 degree nudity
from the natives and the two female leads, and even from the monster
himself. That he walks around with his penis exposed makes wrestling
him an unappetising prospect for the tough guy hero, but it's gotta be
done at some point, and it's nice to note that the director will show
anyone's genitals on camera.
The best feature of Devil Hunter is the location filming. Franco can be
extremely cheap with the structural and story aspects of film-making,
but he doesn't muck around with sets. You get real islands, jungles,
helicopters and mountains, all in widescreen. This is something that is
really cool to experience in these days of crappy CGI sets and
backdrops ad nauseam.
Ultimately, issues of recommendation where this film is concerned seem
moot. If you're trying to see all the Video Nasties, you will have to
watch this at some point, and you'll be made as restless as I was. If
you like Franco, you'll watch this anyway. If you fall into neither of
the above categories, the odds are you'll never come across this film.
Copies of it aren't just lying around, and I could hardly recommend the
seeking out of it. It's Franco. Lazy, crazy Franco.
Tags for El caníbal Full Movie
, Aline Mess
, Ana Paula
, Antonio de Cabo
, Antonio Mayans
, Bertrand Altmann
, Claude Boisson
, Gisela Hahn
, Melo Costa
, Muriel Montossé
, Óscar Cortina
, Tibi Costa
, Ursula Buchfellner
, Werner Pochath
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