Diamonds of Kilimandjaro (1983)




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A small British girl named Diana was lost in a jungle somewhere on the continent of Africa many years ago, and now a treasure hunting expedition has begun searching for the her as well as for precious artifacts. What the rich Brits couldn't imagine, however, is that the little girl in question has grown up among the cannibalistic Mabuto tribe and is worshipped as their goddess: statuesque and always nude. The pale-faced English may expect some recognition should she and the expedition team lay eyes on each other, but Diana's mind has developed in the presence of the Mabuto's brutal lifestyle and she sees no kinship between herself and the visitors. Might she sense some connection before they are all sacrificed and eaten? ~ Cammila Collar, Rovi


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Director Jess Franco once again manages to carve a horrible nightmare out of exotic and unpredictable plots. This time around, the myth of Tarzan is the inspiration for this gory cult movie. But it's pretty bad i would hate to say... Some postives... I do think of Jess Franco as awesome but his films suck ass. I tried to hunt down the orginal version of this but i think only Spain has it (I hear thats better then this new version made in the 80s for internatinal markets). Bad acting and dubbing but some nice settings and gore effects and a soundtrack that might just have you turning it off in the first 6 secs.....

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