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Los Feliz 3 | ‘Cinematic Void’
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Home / Now Showing / Cinematic Void Presents CANNIBAL APOCALYPSE
CANNIBAL APOCALYPSE, also known as INVASION OF THE FLESH HUNTERS, is the story of Vietnam veteran Norman Hopper (John Saxon), who returns home after being bitten by a fellow POW carrying a virus that causes cravings for human flesh. Stateside, Norman notices his own cannibalistic tendencies emerge as fellow soldiers Charlie and Tommy make headlines in a mall shootout. Unable to resist the urge towards violence, the men go on the run, infecting anyone they can sink their teeth into in the process.
DISTRIBUTOR: Rialto Pictures
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