Bloodwood Cannibals Full Movie Download
7cb1d79195 A documentary film crew is stalked by a pack of cannibals.
At first, I thought this movie was going to be so low budget that it'd be unwatchable, but I overcame the impulse to turn it off and soldiered on. Am I glad that I did? I suppose so. Some of the special effects were laughably bad (which kind of kills the appeal of watching a splatter movie), the acting was atrocious in a few scenes (I suppose they didn't have enough money to reshoot those scenes, unfortunately), and the whole virus/cannibal thing was pretty old ten years ago, but -- and here's the thing that saved the movie for me -- it was done with such enthusiasm, I couldn't help but like it. I can't really recommend this movie to anyone except Troma fans, who are likely to forgive the flaws in any movie that has nudity and gore. Just be forewarned that the nudity is fleeting and the gore very cheaply done.
I hope that if the director does more movies, they won't be as stereotypical and uncreative, but, as a first effort, this really isn't so bad. Even James Cameron had to start with Piranha 2. BLOODWOOD CANNIBALS is once again another dull indie horror flick set in the local woods. A couple of extremely lame Bigfoot hunters head off on a hunt for a remarkable creature, but instead find a random cannibal tribe with a penchant for human flesh. What follows is an odyssey of wooden acting, terrible costumes, cheap gore effects, and very bad action scenes, although not until the very end. It's lame and inane.