Watching We Are What We Are last night and blogging about it this morning got me thinking about the cannibalism sub-genre of Horror. Time for another Top 10 list boys and girls!
But before I begin, I’d just like to take a moment to state the following: FUCK CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST. I refuse to say anything redeeming about this film from 1980 even though it is, perhaps, the most infamous cannibal-themed offering in existence. I don’t mind using this platform, however, to talk about what a disgrace CH is and why it should never be watched by anyone. I’m about as anti-censorship as one can be, but this film features real animals being brutally murdered in the name of “Entertainment”. Don’t buy into the hype that CH is trailblazing and/or responsible for the “Found Footage” sub-genre of Horror. In reality, it’s just a poorly made piece of shit and among the lowest forms of art.
Ok, I’m off the soapbox. Check out my Top 10 Cannibal Horror Movies list after the jump.
Happy Friday Every-bloody! We made it through another week! I’m humbled to report that my blog traffic has increased exponentially these past couple weeks, thanks mostly to my “10 Seriously Disturbing Movies” list. Last Friday’s list of “Bloody Brilliant British Horror Films” was also well read. I guess you guys dig lists, and Saucy Josh aims to please. This week, my list consists of 10 of the most evil, terrifying Horror movie villains in genre history.
But before I launch in, I want to make it clear that this collection was constructed under specific parameters that may differentiate it from others lists. Basically, everyone on my list has to be a human (or was human at one point). The following amazing Horror movie bad-asses are, therefore, ineligible: The Xenomorph from Alien/Aliens, The Creature from the Black Lagoon, Jaws, The Thing, Predators, The Blob, The Leprechaun, The Cloverfield Monster, and Satan.
Someone Else’s List of the Top 25 Horror Movies of All Time (and My Responses)
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