The sophomore outing from cult filmmaker Nathan Schiff, Long Island Cannibal Massacre finds star John Smihula once again playing Inspector James Cameron, a role he originated in Schiff's debut, Weasels Rip My Flesh. This time around, Cameron is investigating several murders that have been carried out in a grizzly fashion. Eventually, the trail of carnage leads him to a group of cannibalistic lepers who rely on human flesh for sustenance. Led by their powerful king (Winston B. Anderson III), the lepers refuse to go down without a bloody battle. ~ Matthew Tobey, Rovi
More low budget silliness from Nathan Schiff. This one actually tries to be a little more serious horror than They Don't Cut the Grass Anymore, but the horrendous acting makes it hard to take seriously. Some gore effects are actually pretty decent, while others are just plain silly. I still thought it was somewhat fun to watch, but you really need to be in the mood for something like this.
Filmed on somebodys cheap camera with drunk frat boys trying to ablib. They must have got drunk and done this in an afternoon. Do not waste your time or money on this nothing of a movie. One scene jumps to another and it's daylight in one and night in the next. Blockbuster should be ashamed to rent movies like this. This is not a movie just a bunch of kids with no talent or skills.