Anything goes in the Garden of Hedon. Even murder. "Fresh and Exciting" says Ain't It Cool News. "A Twisty Thrillers" says Night of the Living Podcast. "a genre-bending journey into debauchery and murder" says Horrortalk.
John C. Bailey
Regency is a fatherless fifteen year old. After her mother contracts the AIDS virus, Regency must learn to survive on her own. With her mother on her death bed, Regency is forced to ... See full summary »
Badih Bou Chakra,
Sexual Parasites, Disembowelment, Zombies, Serial Killers, Demon Children, Violent Vixens, Rabid Office Workers and Angry Embryos all spring to life from the flesh covered sketch books ... See full summary »
Anthony G. Sumner
In the heart of New York City, men are dying in very violent ways. They are being torn up and ripped apart...and eaten. The only connection is that they all die after hiring a prostitute. ... See full summary »
Melissa R. Bacelar,
Tatiana thought she was going to America to be an au pair girl, but instead is trafficked and forced into an underground world of sexual servitude. A chance meeting with Diana, an actress, changes both their lives.
The rural town of Lynchburg, Georgia holds a dark secret. A century old curse has condemned the citizens to a diet of human flesh. Unable to leave the city limits the town folks must lure ... See full summary »
Byron Conrad Erwin
John J. Cornetta,
Michael H. Cole
While stopping for gas in the backwater burg of Flesh, Texas, Donna Parker finds herself propelled into a nightmare when her daughter Tabitha disappears. After seeking help from the ... See full summary »
Are there any motels in this rat-hole of a town?
There was the Bates place, out by the old highway. That closed down years ago. Other than that, you're out of luck.
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The title in itself is genius: "Skinned Alive." When I picked this movie up at the video store it was collecting dust in the horror section. I looked on the back of the box and immediately knew that it was a no-budget movie, and most avid horror-viewers know exactly what comes with THAT territory: Bad acting, shotty camerawork, almost inaudible dialogue, annoying keyboard music, and no plot.
This particular movie possessed an exception to almost every expectation that I first had of it. "Skinned Alive" is a movie that should be viewed by any filmmaker, young or old, that is interested in making a horror movie on an extremely low budget, because it is a prime example of how amateur directors can make the best of what they have. It was funny, gory, suspenseful, somewhat provocative, and well-edited. While frequently I find myself fast-forwarding these types of movies so as not to bore myself silly, with "Skinned Alive" I always found myself in eager anticipation of what would happen next. Who would be the next person to get insulted, or kicked in the face? Would the hero end up getting his house back? Surprisingly, not many of the great horror directors have the type of sense that Jon Killough had in his directorial debut when it comes to plot structure. He sets up his characters extremely well.
In conclusion, I was far from disappointed after viewing this random horror rent. It's an entertaining and hilarious presentation that will leave you laughing out loud, and inspired to go out and make your own movie.
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