Get RAVENOUS (1999) this Indigenous Peoples Day! Directed by Antonia Bird, RAVENOUS compares American colonialism and capitalism to the insatiable bloodlust of cannibalism. When Captain John Boyd (Guy Pearce) investigates reports of missing persons at Fort Spencer in 1840s California, he finds frostbitten survivor Colqhoun (Robert Carlyle)—but can Colqhoun's mad story about a bloodthirsty Colonel Ives be trusted? Co-starring Joseph Runningfox and Sheila Tousey, and remixing vampire tropes alongside stories of the Donner Party, "Colorado Cannibal" Alferd Packer, and the Algonquian Wendigo, RAVENOUS is a smart and bloody good cult classic in its own class.
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