This 1999 cannibal-horror-comedy film went through three directors in a troubled production. We discussed how it successfully critiques American consumption and Manifest Destiny despite its financial failure.
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- ”Creative differences” shake up Hollywood
- Film: They all but ate me alive!
- FANGO Flashback: “RAVENOUS”
- Robert Carlyle Interview
- ANTONIA BIRD’S RAVENOUS IS A DARK CANNIBAL TALE – BUT WITH JOKES!
- To Serve Man: Why ‘Ravenous’ Is the Greatest Cannibal Western Ever
- Women in Film: The Tonal Balancing Act of Antonia Bird’s RAVENOUS
- Why You Should Chew On ‘Ravenous’ (1999)
- Forgotten Flick Ravenous Is the Best-Ever Manifest Destiny Cannibal Comedy
- Ravenous – 20th Anniversary
- DiMarco, D. (2011). Going Wendigo: The Emergence of the Iconic Monster in Margaret Atwood’s “Oryx and Crake” and Antonia Bird’s “Ravenous.” College Literature, 38(4), 134–155.