Cannibal Antagonist

Movies

CANNIBAL MOVIES

 

 This category includes humans or groups of humans who eat other humans, either by necessity or taste.
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2019
The town hermit supposedly turns dead kids into candy on Halloween.
2019
A man tries to survive in a vertical prison where food is scarce and death awaits.
2019
A feral child is taken to a boarding school where the staff attempts to civilize her.
2019
A pizza delivery girl has to fight for her life when her last clients turn out to be Satanists.
2019
Three friends find themselves stranded on a yacht in the middle of the ocean after a brutal argument.
2018
A kid convinces her babysitter to let her watch a horror anthology show on television.
2018
The lives of a couple are brutally shattered by the members of a cult.
2018
A couple gets kidnapped and treated like farm animals.
2018
An all-girls volleyball team end up stranded on the road with a bunch of cannibal rednecks.
2018
Pain and death strike seven times.
Hauntings of the Millennium: 20 Years of Spirits

Included in this book are reviews of the 5 best haunting films for each year between 2000 and 2019, and reviews of the top 10 haunting films released in the same period. Each entry includes a picture of the antagonist, a star rating, a synopsis, and a three-paragraph review.

Checklist of Terror 2020: 33 Monsters

This book contains 33 horror movie watchlists divided by monster type: alien, animal, cannibal, child, clown, cultist, demon, doll, doppelganger, genie, ghost, giant, insect, invisible, legend, lycanthrope, mummy, mutant, otherness, parasite, plant, professional, psychic, reaper, revenant, robot, serial killer, skeleton, toy, transgender, vampire, wizard, and zombie.

The ranking is established by the sum of 8 ratings: stars, gimmick, rewatchability, story, creativity, acting, quality, and creepiness.

The Horror Movie Bible

Included in this book are bite-size reviews of 2408 horror and horror-adjacent movies released between 1910 and 2020, listed in chronological order. Each review consists of a picture of one or multiple major antagonists, a release year, a synopsis, and five ratings called “stars”, “story”, “creativity”, “acting”, and “quality”.

Checklist of Terror 2020: 36 Subgenres

This book contains 36 horror movie watchlists divided by subgenres: apocalyptic, aquatic, beliefs, claustrocore, crime, disease, found footage, futuristic, giallo, Gothic, haunting, invasion, Lovecraftian, martial arts, monster, musical, period piece, prison, procedural, psychological, puzzle, quest, road, school, slapstick, slasher, space, sport, steampunk, superhero, time travel, torture, war, western, whodunit, and witchcraft.

The ranking is established by the sum of 8 ratings: stars, gimmick, rewatchability, story, creativity, acting, quality, and creepiness.

Legacy of Terror 2020: Sequels, Prequels & Remakes

200 sequels, 100 remakes, and 50 prequels are reviewed in this book. The movies are ranked. Their position in each list is established by the sum of 8 types of ratings: stars, gimmick, rewatchability, story, creativity, acting, quality, and creepiness. How many have you seen?