ANTROPOPHAGUS, or The Grim Reaper, is quite an odd film, and that's putting it mildly. Fans of trash cinema will love this little flick about a group of holidaying twenty-somethings to a small Greek island, and accidentally find a deranged killer who happens to have a taste for human entrails! For anyone who's still interested and hasn't switched off right there, the film is basically overlong with little going on for the first hour (except a particularly nasty cleaver to the head) apart from the group wandering around aimlessly before eventually stumbling across a blind girl who appears to be the only person on the island. She informs them of a madman with a "taste for blood", and, before you can say "Let's get the hell out", the boat has drifted off to see and the group is stranded - you think this would mean gore-a-go-go, but sadly, due to censor implications, many of the film's best sequences are sadly missing, including the famous ending and foetus-scoffing scene. However, although its pretty standard fare, fans of the genre should see it, even if its just because it was one of the leaders in the "Video Nasty" campaign back in 1984. D'Amato also has some nice little touches, and some great use of photography - watch out for that lightning storm! As for the DVD, we only get a trailer and quite a dark transfer... Film 3/5 - DVD 3/5 - only because at least its a chance to see this favourite nasty!