I Eat Your Skin (2011)

I Eat Your Skin


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A film forever linked with its omnipresent double bill companion I Drink Your Blood, I Eat Your Skin is a low-budget movie about, not surprisingly, cannibals who terrorize a tropical island. Also known as both Zombies and Voodoo Bloodbath.

Rating: PG
Genre: Horror
Directed By:
Written By: Del Tenney
In Theaters:
On DVD: Aug 8, 1991
Shout! Factory



as Tom Harris

as Jeannie Biladeau

as Coral Fairchild

as Duncan Fairchild

as Dr. Biladeau

as Charles Bentley

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An utterly square attempt at early-60s hipness.

Full Review… | August 19, 2009

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The film starts with a bikini-clad White woman (apparently dancing with voodoo music playing in the jungle). Soon she is on all fours (lookin' like she's ready for some doggy-style) in front of the Black crowd and then the priest beheads her. Then we are at a hotel pool with a trash-novelist surrounded by a bunch of hotties while he recites sex-scenes from his books. One of the girl's husbands' arrives ready to fight; as the novelist escapes he laughs as the husband beats his too-hot-for-him wife. The novelist travels with his agent to "Voodoo Island" in order to inspire his next tome. (Of course, their plane crashes on the island.) After strangely being attacked by some blood-lusting humans in the jungle, they discover the island is home to a scientist (who has a hot daughter who likes to skinny-dip) doing unsuccessful cancer research (resulting in zombification). While many of the jungle-natives have become zombies, others are performing voodoo and looking for White women to sacrifice (maybe these were early Zebra Killings or like those who followed Yahweh Ben Yahweh). Whatever the case, the all try to get off the island alive.The scientist nukes the island. Not released 'till 1971, even for 1964 it seemed a bit dated because the zombies in this were human-vegetable-type found in White Zombie and the like (the better cannibal-type hadn't been invented for a couple years yet).


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