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The Long Island Cannibal Massacre (1980)

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A series of horrible murders prompts a massive police investigation. Inspector James Cameron, a two-fisted roughneck with his own philosophy on handling crime, heads the investigation. A ... See full summary »

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John Smihula ...
Fred Borges ...
Jack
Michael Siegal ...
Dave
Paul Smihula ...
Zed
Richard Stone ...
Police Chief
Nancy Canberg ...
Susan
Judy Guerevich ...
Lori
Beverly Khazzam ...
Sunbather
Denise Callabrese ...
Girl in Car
Eddie Battagli ...
Guy in Car
Betty-Jo Melchior ...
Violated Woman
Janis Craw ...
Hitchhiker
Anna Patti Rodriguiz ...
Cameron's Sister
Victor Hell ...
Cameron's Father
Alfred Binstock ...
Leper
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A series of horrible murders prompts a massive police investigation. Inspector James Cameron, a two-fisted roughneck with his own philosophy on handling crime, heads the investigation. A group of lepers living in the Long Island wastelands have created a terror network, killing and feeding off the flesh of innocent victims. Their leader has mutated into an invulnerable monster; he intends to propagate and strengthen his stronghold. Aided by his son, Jack, and a couple of motorcycle freaks, food is supplied to the clan via murder. As the authorities close in on the cannibal killers, an all-out bloodbath ensues. Written by Anonymous

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Michael Siegal supplied all the guns used in this movie. See more »

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In several scenes, the shadow of the camera man can be seen, as well as the boom mic. See more »

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References Cannibal Holocaust (1980) See more »

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Not his best
4 June 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

After seeing Nathan Schiff's "They Don't Cut The Grass Anymore" I was looking forward to seeing this, but alas, it has none of the energy or gore of that film. The only bit I really enjoyed was at the end, when there is a chainsaw fight and then a group of girls start munching on some intestines. I actually had to watch Long Island Cannibal Massacre over the space of two nights because it was rather boring for the most part. Still, I do respect Nathan Schiff because this is so obviously a no-budget film and was never intended to be released properly.

In comparison, They Don't Cut The Grass Anymore is hilariously entertaining and has tons more gore than Long Island Cannibal Massacre. I would recommend watching that over this any day.


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