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July 12, 2016
The film is not as particularly gory as you would expect from the title but Eugene Levy in one his earliest roles and the final dinner table scene makes up for it.
October 1, 2014
This dragged, hampered even further by the stumbling, ad-libbed dialogue. I was halfway into the movie before I even recognized Eugene Levy!
April 26, 2014
A lovely Canadian piece of cinematic history. Eugene Levy and Andrea Martin get stuck in Richmond Hill and end up at a restaurant that has 3 cannibal women and a very mysterious owner.

Oh this is classic. Hammy dialog, weird characters and a cool premise...plus Eugene Levy's afro and mustache (words can hardly describe that).

Immensely enjoyable. Take a bite out of this one...
March 21, 2014
This is often mischaracterized as a horror comedy, largely because it stars Eugene Levy and Andrea Martin and was directed by Ivan Reitman. It's really not. It's a straightforward horror film that has the extremely slow and meandering pace of most Canadian horror films of this period. I really like it, but I could see why someone wouldn't. It takes its time getting to where it's going, and where it's going is a little underwhelming when it finally gets there.
March 10, 2014
It's just not an awfully interesting movie to watch, since too little interesting is ever happening in it. It's not even interesting as a study of an early Ivan Reitman movie. There is really no reason why you should ever watch this bad '70's flick.
February 19, 2014
This is Ivan Reitman's 3rd film (no the first two were NOT the Ghostbusters and Ghostbusters 2 movies) features yes, Eugene Levy and Andrea Martin winding up in a weird town where the legend of 3 Cannibal girls are shacked up in a hotel on the edge of town. But that's all myth right? There's noone at the hotel now! Let's go! Lots of dark humor here, (Eugene Levy, of course, gets all the best lines), and a lot of surprising gore. Not for everyone, especially those expecting a typical Ivan Reitman film.
½ August 13, 2013
Drop your standards and enjoy, it's 1973, man--70s Drive-In Movie Classic!!
January 7, 2013
Before Ivan Reitman dived into comedies he did this Canadian exploitation number. It is weird to see young Eugene Levy and Andrea Martin pre-SCTV. While not incredibly scary or bloody this resembles a continuation of a Herschell Gordon Lewis movie
½ May 22, 2012
Recommended only for the horror fan who is willing to see ANYTHING in the genre and uber-fans of Ivan Reitman (Ghostbusters fame). Nothing special, but somehow unique in its uneasy genre of horror/comedy. No one took this thing seriously, it shows, but it is not a total failure...just an interesting one.
March 29, 2012
A case of Canadian wry
February 2, 2012
Very good gore. With some sexy cannibal chicks.
November 9, 2011
Small, peaceful town has some really scary parts. In a local restaraunt three cannibal girls have their orgy of violence, blood and fresh human flesh under a command of a mysterious reverend, who hypnotizes everybody coming near offering them dinner first. Nice exploitation flick!
August 19, 2011
Every time the bell rings...an angel gets its wings.
May 13, 2011
American international presents the less goriest and less scary comedy because that's what it is a comedy. not enough horror and not enough shock but it does have three sexy cannibal bitches which we're going to look at right now. the story involves a couple on a honeymoon that discovers a fancy but weird resteraunt run with 3 young sexy women that work there and fancy them for tomorows menu. don't get to shocked when it comes to gory parts, the bell will ring telling you to close your eyes so you'll not witness not too many gore scenes and the doorbell can tell you to look now that it's safe.
May 3, 2011
A solid hour of dull filler with little of the Martin/Levy comic chemistry, and not much to entertain after. Ulrich shows up for a mildly entertaining dinner interlude, followed by another twenty minutes of our duo killing time with sub-SCTV romantic goofs. Mainly of interest for fans of the primaries and Reitman, given appropriate expectations.
April 25, 2011
Now that's some good Canadian cheese right there. A bloody creeper with some great Canadian actors makes Cannibal Girls appealing. Not good, but appealing.

A couple's car breaks down and they take it to a shop in a little tiny town. But this town has a little story, a legend about 3 very hot woman who run and live in a local hotel, invite men in, murder them, and eat them. But it's merely a tourist attraction. Or is it? There's something strange about this town that raises the question: Do the Cannibal Girls exist? It's a simple story that's no more than a shocker. The story is way under developed and there's just some things that don't make sence. But there's good cheese horror in here, and moments that will catch your eye fast that are pretty creepy, but overall slow and underdeveloped.

Directed by Ivan Reitman, there's some nice cheesy horror effects with the camera, but the pacing is a bit off. There's not a awful lot of horror in this movie, and when it happens it's barely horrifying. This movie isn't even that graphic. There's blood, but it leaves it all mostly tot he imagination. In some cases that's good, but this movie is definitely not serious enough to capture that effect. Some bad sound mixing and editing make this movie even more cheesy, and not in a good way. There's just some moments that are just bad. Just bad.

A young and hot Andrea Martin and a freaky, hippie looking Eugene Levy make this movie appealing. Cannibal Girls is cheesy fun to watch, but it just doesn't work on so many levels. The story is flat and doesn't make sence with plenty of plot left unexplained. But it's Canadian, so it's worth a look.
February 26, 2011
Before Ivan Reitman dived into comedies he did this Canadian exploitation number. It is weird to see young Eugene Levy and Andrea Martin pre-SCTV. While not incredibly scary or bloody this resembles a continuation of a Hershell Gordon Lewis movie
January 16, 2011
I don't know about this one, it a little be too slow moving.
November 12, 2010
Eugene Levy looks so much like Frank Zappa in this movie.
July 29, 2010
REALLY great exploitation film in my opinion!
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