The most tastiest cannibal movies of all time you should watch

And what other movies about cannibals would you recommend people go to?

Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)

Filmed at a time that American society was literally devouring itself in rage over the conflict in Vietnam and director Tobe Hooper’s classic horror franchise features five hippies fighting the group made up of Lone Star State cannibals. This film Texas Chain Saw Massacre is most well-known for its famous Gunnar Hansen’s Leatherface (a character that was revived in the Netflix movie sequel Texas Chainsaw Massacre) but Hooper provides a wide array of terror, from Ed Neal’s frighteningly spooky hitchhiker to the art director Robert A. Burns’ real-bones furniture. –Clark Collis

Cannibal Holocaust (1980)

The most well-known cannibal film of all time is listed here due to its historical importance instead of its fun elements from which Ruggero Deodato’s prototype-found-footage film contains only a few. Robert Kerman is an anthropologist who goes to visit a cannibal group in the Amazon in search of an unidentified documentary crew and discovers footage that they recorded before they died. Apart from cannibalism the film also features sexual assault, the actual killing of animals, as well as many other undesirables. –CC

The Cook, The Thief, His Wife & Her Lover (1989)

Helen Mirren plays the trapped spouse of a tyrannical Cockney gangster (Michael Gambon) who is a gourmet in Peter Greenaway’s first arthouse classic. When she starts relationship with a charming bookseller — who is a frequent visitor at their favorite French bistro — issues (and meals that the FDA will not approve of) occur. You’ll be there for the four-star performances and stay for the extravagant sets, the raunchy nudity and the hats of Mirren. –Leah Greenblatt

Silence of the Lambs (1991)

A census-taker was once attempting to see if he was a good test subject and he was able to eat his liver with Fava beans and a delicious Chianti. However, when Anthony Hopkin’s handsome people-watcher Hannibal Lecter isn’t feeling too hungry, he’s delighted to assist FBI rookie Clarice Starling (Jodie Foster) to track down an alleged girl-skinning killer — quid pro quo, obviously as in the psychological thriller of Jonathan Demme that managed to pack seven Oscars inside its small basket of lotion. –LG

Delicatessen (1991)

Everybody has a nightmare landlord story, don’t you think? It also is about a butcher that solves the problems of food insecurity in the Post-apocalyptic France by luring uninitiated victims to his establishment by using Help Wanted advertisements, after which he sells the meat to tenants. (Resourceful!) However, one new addition (Dominique Pinon) is hard to kill in director’s surreal and incredibly French noir comedy. –LG

Alive (1993)

About 30 years ago, before that the Jersey girl of Yellowjackets became wild in the remote Canadian wilderness Another group of athletic young people slid into the zeitgeist, or, more specifically, the Andes with actors such as Ethan Hawke and John Malkovitch depicted a replica of the actual rugby team whose plane crashed and forces players to seek food from their least fortunate (yummiest?) peers. –LG

Ravenous (1999)

After witnessing the bloody horrendous events during the Mexican American War, Guy Pearce’s Capt. John Boyd is so traumatized that he spits up upon seeing an uncooked steak and is assigned to run a remote station situated in California. The situation takes a different turn when Robert Carlyle’s mysterious stranger arrives at the camp with a story of cannibalism on the trail. Things become a bit wild when it becomes clear that eating people’s food has enormous advantages for health (at most for the individual who is eating). A bomb at the box office that is not often discussed when people talk on the cinematic mirabilis that swept through 1999 directed by Antonia Bird’s latest film is type of bizarre, delicious meals that studios rarely offer these days. –CC

Cannibal! The Musical (1993)

“Wait You’re cutting His butt!”

“Well what piece would you like?”

“Well it’s not butt!”

The pre-South park Trey Parker stars in this tiny-budget, but incredibly ambitious comedy about an 18th century prospector trying to guide an entire group of gold miners through the Rockies. Tomfoolery, musical numbers and human flesh-consumption are also featured. –CC

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007)

You can trust Tim Burton to take on Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler’s Tony-winning musical of 1979 about the story of a Victorian barber who turns his clients into meat pies and lets Johnny Depp wig out with straight razors in the lead role. It’s all in the good. See: Todd just wants to take revenge for his wife’s death and find his long-lost daughter back. (Spoiler to say that it’s not.) –LG

This adaptation Cormac McCarthy’s novel Viggo Mortensen plays a kind of Sad Max who wanders in a cold, grey dead America along with his young son (Kodi Smit-McPhee, from The Power of the Dog) and haunted by the memories of his wife’s death (Charlize Theron). In one particularly frightening chapter the two discover a basement that is full of people being used for food at a manor house. When the cannibals arrive home, the couple escape using the intact the skin of their teeth. –CC

The Bad Batch (2016)

Imagine it as Mad Max for people who devour people, with Suki Waterhouse in the role of the escapee from the dystopian Texas trash dump, Jason Momoa as a powerful leader of the cannibal tribe called Miami Man, and Keanu Reeves and Jim Carrey in roles it’s best not to ruin. The film failed, but it’s still enjoyable. –LG

Raw (2016)

Prior to winning the Palm d’Or at Cannes for the auto-erotic wild thriller Titane, French filmmaker Julia Ducournau made her debut in the film industry with this hilarious, gruesome coming-of-age story about a comically teenager (Garance Marillier) who is afflicted with an intense craving for unusual proteins. The reactions to the more explicit scenes during the film’s Toronto International Film Festival premiere were notoriously extreme, EMTs were summoned to assist a variety of traumatized viewers. –LG

Fresh (2022)

Normal People’s Daisy Edgar-Jones and Mr. All over the world from 2022 Sebastian Stan star as two young singles in search of love (call it meat-cute) in Mimi Cave’s body horror thriller available on Hulu -an edgy, gory symbol for the endless angst of modern day dating, with an enthralling plot twist that is just enough to be real. There’s a lot of fright out there and sometimes, you have to chew much more than what you’re able to chew. –LG

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