Raw Meat

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Released 1972

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Director:
Gary Sherman
Released:
1972
Rating:
R
Raw Meat is the 1973 British horror thriller, originally titled Death Line, and cribbed from the infamous Scottish legend of the murderous Sawney Bean tribe, directed by Gary Sherman (Dead and Buried, Poltergeist III). An American student named Alex Campbell (David Ladd) and his English girlfriend Patricia Wilson (Sharon Gurney) come upon what seems to be a drunk collapsed in the entrance of a London tube station, but when they come back to try to help him, he is gone. They report it to the police, where the investigation is initiated by crudgemudgeonly Inspector Calhoun (Donald Pleasence, Halloween, Escape from New York, Prince of Darkness, Fantastic Voyage), who determines that the missing person is in fact civil servant James Manfred, OBE and mounts a post-haste effort to find the official. Further probing uncovers a horrific secret: that people are being kidnapped, murdered and eaten by a diseased cannibal dwelling in the London subway, who is the last remaining member of a group of workers long ago trapped beneath the Earth, who resorted to cannibalism to survive!moreless
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    Horror

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    Cult, Slashers, Gorefest