The 1990 version may have starred Balthazar Getty, a major crush for many who came of age in the nineties, but as far as fear factor goes, it has nothing on the original 1963 film. Based on William Golding’s seminal novel, required reading for generations of high school English classes, the movie follows what happens when a group of young British castaway boys are left to fend for themselves. Needless to say, things definitely get out of hand. A stark commentary on human nature, the 1963 rendition, with its sharp black-and-white format and ominous score, felt even more impactful. Since Piggy is such a central character, we couldn’t resist making pork the star of our “Lord of the Flies”-inspired recipe, a roasted pork belly with a tropical-style (bananas figure large) ketchup. In this powerful scene from the film the boys officially descend into savagery, killing their classmate Simon, believed to represent innocence and peace, after mistaking him for the so-called “beast”.