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Skinned Alive (1989)

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The title tells all in this chiller that centers on a woman who with her children travels across the country in her van selling fine leather clothing. It is leather of a quality that most people have never seen and is quite popular until a detective finds out just where she is getting her goods.
Rating:
R
Genre:
Horror
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In Theaters:
 wide
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Studio:
Tempe Home Entertainment

Cast

Mary Jackson
as Crawldaddy
Floyd Ewing Jr.
as Paul Hickox
Lester Clark
as Tom Miles
J.R. Bookwalter
as Jehovah's Witness
Mike Render
as Willard Hemp
Jennifer Mullen
as Louise Hickox
Jon Killough
as The Hitchhiker
James L. Edwards
as The Walkman Victim
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Critic Reviews for Skinned Alive

All Critics (3)

a tongue in cheek Chainsaw Massacre on wheels

Full Review… | July 21, 2002
Sex Gore Mutants

Audience Reviews for Skinned Alive

Surely one of the worst horror films of all time. A mental family apparantly make leather coats from peoples skin but when they end up unexpectedly staying with a local detective who's on to them their time could be up. I can usually find something good to say about even the shittest films but not this one. Its pretty gory in parts, thats it! Theres a review on the front that says "This tops Texas Chain Saw by double"! To even make a comparison to that masterpiece should be criminal. The family in this are like some shit version of the Firefly's from The Devils Rejects and the ending doest make sense either. A horrible moment in my life and a complete waste of time.

Adam M.
Adam M.

Super Reviewer

½

Great film by the homies that brought you Dead Next Door and Evil Dead. Lotsa gore, and anti-liberal humor. Right up my ally... you fuckin bitch

Ian Bracken
Ian Bracken

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