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Cannibal Sacrifice 2

USA 2010
produced by
WAVE Productions/In Dire Straits
directed by Gary Whitson (as GW Lawrence)
starring Debbie D, Tracey Lixx (= Tina Krause), Laura Giglio, GW Lawrence (= Gary Whitson)
written by Luis Garson, music by GMP, SmartSounds

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Doctor Laura (Tracey Lixx) and her assistant Sandy (Laura Giglio) have worked out a scheme to move rich patients up organ donor lists in exchange for mnoney, and it works just beautifully and makes them half a fortune - but their scheme also causes the death of one of their patients, upon which that patient's sister Jesse shows up at Sandy's doorstep to complain ... and when that doesn't bring her sister back, Jesse kidnaps her, kills her in her kitchen and turns her into meat for her restaurant - but not because she is crazy, but because she's a cannibal, and she really believes this will get her sister back (ok, so she may be a little bit crazy).

Two months later: Doc Laura has spent the time looking for her missing assistant, and finally she has zeroed in on Jesse's restaurant, where she questions Jesse in a friendly manner while eating some of her excellent pork chops - thing is, when she is eating them, she is eating the very last of exactly what she's looking for, Sandy. Jesse tells her only when she's all done, then overpowers her, strips and drugs her, and takes her time to prepare Laura for tomorrow's menu, with Laura experiencing everything that's happening to her without being able to move a single muscle.

Will that bring Jesse's sister back?

I doubt it ...


This synopsis might sound nothing short of gruesome, but the film actually isn't half as explicit as I make it sound to be, but at least twice as funny. The point here is that the film doesn't take itself and its somewhat silly plot too seriously at all, instead it is filled with choice dialogue like "Are you crazy?" - "No, I'm just a cannibal.", a lengthy session of Debbie D preparing Tracey Lixx' naked body for cooking, covering it with salad, onions and gravy, and performances that suggest that all of the involved were in on the (macabre) joke and had a good time going through with it.

All that said, sure, the film was made on a shoestring, and it shows, but if you can overlook certain shortcomings, you will be entertained.


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