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Kill Them and Eat Them (2003)

Not Rated | | Horror, Mystery, Sci-Fi | Video 15 October 2003
Plunge into a putrid abyss of gore-garnished gruesomeness and slime-soaked sin as the sinister Doctor Gore turns soft flesh into hideous mutant skin in a venomous vortex of violence and vileness.

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Conall Pendergast
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Sandy MacDonald Sandy MacDonald ... Doctor Gore
Richard Archer Richard Archer ... Greg Tobias, Jr.
Francoise Snobel Francoise Snobel ... Kellin
Will van der Zyl Will van der Zyl ... Velner
Lloyd Cameron Lloyd Cameron ... Aaron
Hugh Gibson Hugh Gibson ... Milo
Brian Squitti Brian Squitti ... Fremm
Clayton Hayes Clayton Hayes
Martin-André Young Martin-André Young ... (as Martin-Andre Young)
Rasul Somji Rasul Somji
Yoni Dayan Yoni Dayan ... Skeletoid
Tim Dotan Tim Dotan ... Skeletoid with Missing Hand
Jonathan Gault Jonathan Gault ... Skeletoid (as Jon Gault)
Leif Raiha Leif Raiha ... Skeletoid
Michael Wood Michael Wood ... Mutant Greg Skeletoid (as Mike Wood)
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Deep below the city streets, the sinister Doctor Gore kidnaps innocent victims and transforms them into cannibalistic beasts, turning soft flesh into hideous mutant skin as the kill-crazed creatures he creates prepare for a blood-soaked rampage! Kellin, his beautiful prisoner, is slowly succumbing to a disease that will transform her from young girl into monstrous murdering beast, while the doctor's assistant has plans of his own. The seething emotions and crazed, criss-crossed lusts barrel towards the boiling point, culminating in a flaming inferno of fright as the doctor's creations, the undead Skeletoids, indulge their sensuous, sinful urges for the soft, supple sensation of the taste of human flesh! Can these creeping cannibals curb their appetites long enough for the world to be saved? Or will all be plunged into an abyss of gore-garnished gruesomeness and slime-soaked SIN? Written by Anonymous

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Pray you're just an appetizer


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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 October 2003 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Zopog Movieworks See more »
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Stereo

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1.33 : 1
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Greg Tobias, Jr.: This is what we've been reduced to; using a kids microscope set.
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Dedicated in loving memory to Gerry Leys, Eleanora M. Graham, and George E. Pendergast. See more »

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Gross, with plenty of wit
18 February 2009 | by mervinpikeSee all my reviews

What we have here is the story of science gone spasmodic, as the demented Dr. Gore (his real name is Williams, but Gore is certainly more appropriate) carries out his experiments. Once gainfully employed by an all-powerful company known as The Company, he bailed when his experiment started raising eyebrows, and is now out to gain his mad-scientist degree on his own. Aided by an assistant even madder than he is, Gore is busy transforming homeless people into decaying "skeletoids" who will do whatever he tells them (including grocery shopping).

The acting is calculatedly amateurish (the entire cast seems to have been fed a steady stream of grade-Z horror films) and the dialogue clunkier than a 1960 Dodge. But the film's also got plenty of wit; when the evil assistant explains his nefarious plans, he hits one of the best reasons for using cannibalistic zombies to do one's dirty work: "They'll conveniently eat the evidence of any wrongdoing." Gross, sure. But the whole thing's a hoot.


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