Nice (?) to see Deodato return to some of the cannibal genre trappings, even with a similar "lost person" and "recorded footage" focus as Cannibal Holocaust (though without the shtick). Largely silly and wild and even entertaining (I hesitate to say "fun," though there are fun moments to be had) where his cannibal movies (and especially Cannibal Holocaust, of course) are disquieting and filled with doom.
A weird movie, too. In many ways Cut and Run is all about supplanting the cannibal genre into a more digestible brawly action movie package, though its heavy gore moments (finally available) and tasteless Jonestown plot (also ripped off in cannibal movie Eaten Alive!, which I prefer to this) limit its commercial appeal. Does a lot of stuff and not all of it works, really. Nice to see The Hills Have Eyes's Michael Berryman back, even if his role is not quite as integral as that front-and-center poster placement'll have you believe.