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Skinned Alive (2008)

Eat Your Heart Out (original title)
R | | Horror | Video 26 August 2008
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 »

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Pandora (as Melissa Bacelar)
Jack Dillon ...
Jeffrey
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The Stalker
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Mama
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Laura
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Chucky
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Tony
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Frank Campana ...
The Hitman
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Lisa
Alisha Frank ...
Venus
J. Scott Green ...
Scooter
Sharon Hawk ...
Kitten
Julissa Lopez-Ramone ...
Destiny (as Julissa Lopez)
Orville McCarter ...
Fat John
Gary Muccino ...
Bartender
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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. And searching for love in this city is Jeffrey...Jeffrey is a sad and lonely man. He hates his job, he hates his life and all he wants is a woman to shower with love and affection. Socially awkward and fearing rejection, Jeffrey finds his companionship with hookers. In a bizarre twist of fate, Jeffrey hires this hooker and almost instantly they fall madly in love. Now he has to find out just how much he is willing to accept in the name of true love...She is feeding on the men of New York City...and there is a lunatic that is hunting her down...and caught in the middle is Jeffrey, who only wanted to love and be loved. Written by Johnny LaGuardia

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Sex will never be safe again... See more »

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Rated R for disturbing violent and sexual content, language and nudity
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26 August 2008 (USA)  »

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1.77 : 1
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Scare, Sex, and Cannibalism.
1 June 2010 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

One of the best parts about this movie was the music... when watching at 1am in a dark room by yourself, this music can really bring out the scares. Although it is easy to see the blood as fake, and the movie as shoddily-made, I would have to say that it is one of the scarier movies I have seen. Personally, it did little for me--I really only pay much attention to the base story (something that wasn't ever-present in this movie). While it was a bit of a scare, and gave me pause for sleep, I don't think it was meant as a full horror movie... It rather left me staring at the screen. I wasn't "scared" as such, but the thought of the vile acts done in the movie was the part that "scared" me... The thoughts of it, not actually watching it happen. Still, if you are a fan of low-order horrors, this would work for you. Just remember to be in a dark room... by yourself... at night... or it will be about as interesting as a cereal box.


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