This Three-Pack is a good purchase. It includes "Jungle Holocaust", "Eaten Alive!" and "Massacre in Dinosaur Valley".
Jungle Holocaust- Is a real serious film that takes an unwavering look at a man's interactions as a prisoner with the cannibal tribe that imprisoned him, and follows him and a sympathetic cannibal woman (the lovely Me Me Lai) after he escapes and tries to find his way back to his plane. It does have some unsettling scenes like a real alligator getting stabbed brutally and cut open by one of the cannibals. The actors do a great job in the film. Heads up though there is quite a bit of nudity...both male and female. It is the first cannibal film that Ruggero Deodato made in his trilogy.
Eaten Alive!- Is a slightly less serious and a little more restrained cannibal movie. It's about a woman who is looking for her sister in the jungle and believes she may be a part of a strange relegious cult. The movie takes more of a "cult" turn and has more ritualistic type scenes then "Jungle Holocaust" It also uses footage previously shot during "Jungle Holocaust" even though the director, Umberto Lenzi claims in an interview it isn't the same scene. (it is) Like the movie mentioned above, this film contains a good bit of graphic violence and nudity.
Massacre in Dinosaur Valley- In a real campy way, I am most fond of this film, both for the movie itself and the enlightening interview of the star Michael Sopkiw on the DVD. It is about a group of people who are traveling to a place in the amazon where there are suppossed to be a lot of dinosaur footprints and bones, the hero (Michael Sopkiw) is somewhat of a paleontologist and wants to go. Their plane crashlands (is there any other way to go down in these films.) and the party runs into quicksand, snakes, cannibals, and slave traders. It has a fair amout of gore, and more nudity then the previous two films. It co-stars the lovely Suzane Carvalho (who is naked for a good 10 mintues straight) It's fun and bizarre entertainment.
* If you know these sort of movies interest you, this is a must own. For everyone else, I hope my review helped make your decision easier. *