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Unhinged! Insane! Totally Out Of Control!
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This is the tale of a crazed family of weirdos led by Crawldaddy who like to kill people and remove their skin. | Full synopsis »
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Indie Spotlight
 (From DailyDead. 31 March 2013, 10:47 AM, PDT)

“Beauty Is Only Skinned Alive” Premieres April 5
 (From Horror News. 29 March 2013, 7:19 PM, PDT)

Halo-8 infected with indie 'Pink Eye'
 (From The Hollywood Reporter. 25 June 2008)

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Cast

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Mary Jackson ... Crawldaddy
Scott Spiegel ... Phink
Susan Rothacker ... Violet
Floyd Ewing Jr. ... Paul Hickox
Lester Clark ... Tom Miles
Barbara Katz-Norrod ... Whinnie
Mike Render ... Willard Hemp
Jennifer Mullen ... Louise Hickox
Michael Tolochko ... Robert-Randalls Hudson Attorney
Mike Shea ... Chip, The Delivery Man
J.R. Bookwalter ... Jehovah's Witness
Jon Killough ... The Hitchhiker
James L. Edwards ... The Walkman Victim

Directed by
Jon Killough 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jon Killough  story
Jon Killough 
Mike Shea  story

Produced by
J.R. Bookwalter .... producer
David DeCoteau .... executive producer
Michael Tolochko .... associate producer (as Michael Tolochko Jr.)
Michael Tolochko .... executive producer (as Michael Tolochko Jr.)
 
Original Music by
J.R. Bookwalter 
 
Cinematography by
Michael Tolochko  (as Michael Tolochko Jr.)
 
Film Editing by
Jon Killough 
Michael Tolochko  (as Michael Tolochko Jr.)
 
Production Design by
Jon Killough 
 
Makeup Department
David P. Barton .... special makeup effects consultant
Arvin Clay .... makeup assistant
Joe Contracier .... makeup assistant
Lesa Dieter .... makeup artist
David Lange .... special makeup effects artist
Bill Morrison .... special makeup effects artist
Diane Rothacker .... hair stylist
Susan Rothacker .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Dexter Fishpawe .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
J.R. Bookwalter .... second unit director
Susan Rothacker .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Lesa Dieter .... props
Nick Firis .... supplier
Delbert Killough .... supplier
Steve Magier .... supplier
Michael 'D.O.C.' Porter .... logo designer
Susan Rothacker .... props
 
Sound Department
David P. Barton .... foley artist
J.R. Bookwalter .... foley artist
J.R. Bookwalter .... sound effects
J.R. Bookwalter .... sound engineer
Joe Contracier .... sound recordist
Ted Davis .... foley artist: 2002 remastering
Eric Fahlborg .... foley recordist: 2002 remastering
Maui Holcomb .... sound editor: 2002 remastering
Maui Holcomb .... supervising sound editor: 2002 remastering
Chris M. Jacobson .... sound editor: 2002 remastering
Chris M. Jacobson .... sound re-recording mixer: 2002 remastering
Jon Killough .... foley artist
Sam King .... sound editor: 2002 remastering
Don 'No Soul' Simmons .... sound consultant
 
Camera and Electrical Department
J.R. Bookwalter .... camera operator
Lesa Dieter .... camera assistant
Lesa Dieter .... still photographer
Jon Killough .... camera operator
Christine Morrison .... camera assistant
Aaron Iggy Scarpitti .... camera assistant (as Aaron Scarpitti)
Aaron Iggy Scarpitti .... grip (as Aaron Scarpitti)
Michael Tolochko .... camera operator (as Michael Tolochko Jr.)
Anna Wild .... camera assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lesa Dieter .... wardrobe
Susan Rothacker .... wardrobe
 
Editorial Department
Don Adams .... post-production team: 2002 remastering
Ariauna Albright .... post-production team: 2002 remastering
J.R. Bookwalter .... assistant editor
Jason Chase .... colorist: 2002 remastering
Sandra Lange .... post-production team: 2002 remastering
Paul Morzov .... post-production team: 2002 remastering
Scott Phillips .... post-production team: 2002 remastering
Harry James Picardi .... post-production team: 2002 remastering
 
Other crew
Justin Bendo .... production assistant
J.R. Bookwalter .... project supervisor: 2002 remastering
Jerrod Cornish .... titles: 2002 remastering
Nick Firis .... weapons coordinator
Jerry Kurl .... additional crew
Christine Morrison .... production assistant
Mike Shea .... production coordinator
Anna Wild .... production assistant
 
Thanks
Ariauna Albright .... thanks (as Ariauna Shayne Womeldorf-Albright)
Meegan Bevere .... thanks
Robert Bookwalter .... thanks
Tina M. Bookwalter .... thanks (as Tina Marie Bookwalter)
Jennifer K. Bookwalter-Metz .... thanks
Mick Corcoran .... thanks
David DeCoteau .... thanks
Daniel Greathouse .... thanks
Devin Hamilton .... thanks
David Kuehls .... thanks
Ed Morra .... thanks
Timothy O'Rawe .... thanks
Virgil Pittman .... thanks: R.I.P.
Rodney Shields .... thanks
Michael Sterling .... thanks
Anthony Timpone .... thanks
Michael Tolochko Sr. .... thanks
Michael Tolochko .... thanks (as Michael Tolochko Jr.)
Matthew Jason Walsh .... thanks
Clayton Woolley .... thanks (as Clayton Wooley)
Tanya Zierau .... thanks
Rudy Zollinger .... thanks
 

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Quotes:
Phink:Are there any motels in this rat-hole of a town?
Tom Miles: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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Low-budget horror comedy., 15 January 2012
Author: HumanoidOfFlesh from Chyby, Poland

"Skinned Alive" is a low-budget "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" rip-off about cannibalistic family of Crawldaddy that hunts people,kills them and turns their skins into leather that they sell.When their van breaks down the mechanic invites the family to stay with him while their van is being fixed.Soon the bloodbath ensues and only local war veteran can stop trio of ruthless killers...Cheap and dumb copy of Tobe Hooper's seminal terror classic with plenty of cheesy gore and laughable acting.The plot twists are ridiculous and often irritating.If you are fan of Troma works this little slice of low-budget Ohio gore should be in your collection.6 leather coats out of 10.

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