Saigo no Bansan (The Last Supper) (2005)
Movie InfoIn the cannibalism-saturated slasher movie The Last Supper (based on the work The Shonan Flesh-Eating Conspiracy by Kei Ohishi - a writer known for his novelizations of popular horror pictures), a brilliant plastic surgeon develops an affinity for devouring human flesh. He then devises all sorts of crafty methods for surgical procedures that will leave him with an abundance of "leftovers." ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi
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The films tag: 'Pure lust is eating the one you love' gave me the creeps right away and the film itself actually lives up to its promise. If you look beyond the films obviously low budget, you will find a creepy, disturbing and at times shocking underground horror film. Doctor Yuji Kotorida isn't your typical Hannibal Lector though, he is a very ordinary man with slightly different tastes. The real fear element here is that, he's not alone. The scene where he eats his lover in front of her severed head is pure horror and is brilliantly conceived. Quite surprising and definitely worth seeking out if you're a horror fan. Is it wrong that I found myself hungry after watching this?
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