To the Fans: This is self explanatory. This might not make a difference, but in the slight chance it does, its worth a shot. Just do it and keep obscure cinema obscure. Below, are the people responsible, track them down online, tell them your mind. \"Relevant partner Michael Menchel and associate Steve Whitney will produce. The project is fully financed by Keith Previte of Scorched Earth Entertainment and Catherine Williams, who also will serve as producers. Paul Mason, Jordan Rush and Larry Joackim will exec produce.\" http://www.relevantent.com/ Relevant Entertainment Group 144 South Beverly Drive, Suite 400 Beverly Hills, CA 90212 Telephone: (310) 246-1212 or at the New York City offices at 450 Park Avenue South, 3rd Floor New York, NY 10016 Telephone: (212) 431-0001 E-mail: email@example.com To the Producers: From the Amazon Jungle, to Italy, to the filth of the American grindhouse, Cannibal Holocaust has been on the top of the list for underground extreme cinema. Whether we bought a bootleg of it from a friend, or found it amongst other lost gems at the local Mom and Pop video store, it defined us, the lovers of obscure, extreme, and provocative cinema. It\'s making became a cultural legend and if you haven\'t seen the film, whether or not you enjoyed it, then you couldn\'t call yourself a fan. Now, almost 30 years later, all that legacy is crumbling down. Why Because someone wants to make a buck The fans have lost the Texas Chainsaw Massacre, the Hill\'s Have Eyes, and will soon loose Friday the 13th, the Evil Dead, and Halloween. Some of the most sacred cornerstones of modern horror cinema are being tainted by remakes. No longer is the Texas Chainsaw Massacre a Tobe Hooper film, but has now become a Michael Bay film. But if a film like Cannibal Holocaust is made, then what will we have left Will Nekromantik get a remake Salo the Beyond Flower of Flesh and Blood Is anything sacred All hope will be lost, and the obscure extreme cinema we grew to love will be dead. And for what Money To attract a new audience Never was it meant for any other audience but us, but now you want to take that away from us as well. If Cannibal Holocaust is made, those who sign this petiton, and millions others who havent gotten the chance to sign it, will not watch the movie in theaters (if it makes it to a theatrical release), we will not buy the DVD or any other merchandising. Take this petition seriously, for it will only benifit you (the Producers) and us, the fans. If the production of this film is stopped, not only will you save the money and effort to get it made (if effort would ever be used), but us the fans will hold on to that last thread of obscure cinema.