Cannibalism

The VICE Guide to Right Now

Sacha Baron Cohen Convinced a Food Critic He Was Eating Human Flesh

And he loved it.
River Donaghey
8.20.18
Cannibalism

We Asked an Expert Why You Think Cannibalism Is Gross

Bill Schutt told us cannibalism is stigmatized by society—but he still wouldn’t try it.
Beckett Mufson
6.21.18
WTF

This Guy Served His Friends Tacos Made from His Own Amputated Leg

“One friend had to spit me into a napkin.”
Beckett Mufson
6.12.18
tv

The Horrifying Films and TV Shows That Inspired 'Channel Zero: Butcher's Block'

Director Arkasha Stevenson on 'Hannibal,' 'Cannibal Holocaust,' and taking inspiration from David Lynch.
Carli Velocci
3.26.18
Art

This Artist Is Redefining How Brutal S&M Can Be

For "Jilf," pain is all about empowerment.
Fareed Kaviani
3.19.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Russian 'Cannibal Couple' Suspected of Killing and Eating Dozens of Victims

Police reportedly tracked down the husband and wife after finding a cellphone with photos of a woman's dismembered body.
Drew Schwartz
9.25.17
Comics!

'A Hungry Artist,' Today's Comic by Matias San Juan

Today's comic is based on a true story about Issei Sagawa, the celebrity cannibal.
Matias San Juan
9.23.17
Comics!

'Libertarian Chicken,' Today's Comic by Ben Passmore

A cat hangs out with a chicken who won't get off its soapbox.
Ben Passmore
8.2.17
Comics!

'Black Metal Musicians Lost in the Woods,' Today's Comic by Pedro D'Apremont

The band's attempt to film a music video leads to cannibalism, smudged makeup, and a lost camera man.
Pedro D'Apremont
7.8.17
Film

How the Director of 'Raw' Managed to Humanize a Cannibal

The body horror film makes it a point to upend who is and isn't considered a monster in our society.
Kyle Turner
3.10.17
true crime

The Life and Crimes of 'Cannibal Cop Killer' Stefano Brizzi

The Italian invited a policeman to his London apartment for a chemsex party, strangled him, chopped him up, and, inspired by 'Breaking Bad,' tried to dissolve him in acid.
Kevin EG Perry
2.21.17
Books

Cannibalism Isn't as Edgy as You Think

Zoologist Bill Schutt's new book takes the bite out of Western taboos that consider eating another person the worst thing you could do.
Lauren Oyler
2.2.17
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