Friday, October 5, 2007
Fake → Impaled girl
This scene is from the movie "Cannibal Holocaust" (1980).
Many people considered this movie to be made using the genuine snuff material. But it was proved false. Director Ruggero Deodato was taken to court to prove that he hasn't slain real people for his motion picture. One example the court made him prove concerned the lady impaled on the stake (please see the details of that iconic impalement scene). How it was made? A native girl sat on a bicycle seat on a pole, holding a spike of balsa wood in her mouth (it was 1980 and there were not computer graphics at that time).
This movie was banned in 53 countries.
|I Think i saw this on Faces of Death..|
I like it!
|WOW! crazee, does she get eaten??|
|I've seen a similar pic, but there really none can say if it's a real pic|
|its not a fake from a dif movie it is from canable holocast so sdfu[:|
|be honest, i know i'm not the only one to have fapped to this movie|
|To People like Blah and sda Who feel compelled to label each and every picture on the site as fake start readed the descriptions of the pictures, this one said it's from a movie so of course it's fake, thanks so much for pointing out the obvious numb nuts.|
|What f@cking part of CharonBoat's comprehensive description on THESE images, are some people finding so hard to f@cking understand?...|
It's 'Cannibal Holocaust'!.
It's a movie!.
It's NOT purporting to be, nor is it, real.
So don't caque-your-breeches, and have bad dreams, over it!.
'Cannibal Holocaust' was the inspiration for the over-hyped and shite; 'The Blair Witch Project', some 20 years later.
Even now, it's hard to find an un-cut version of this originally banned 'video-nasty' movie.
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