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Deadly Eyes: Dogs in Rats Clothing (2014)

Retrospective documentary on the making of the killer rat horror opus "Deadly Eyes."
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Ninkey Dalton Ninkey Dalton ... Herself
Charles H. Eglee Charles H. Eglee ... Himself
Alec Gillis Alec Gillis ... Himself
Tom Woodruff Jr. ... Himself
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Retrospective documentary on the making of the killer rat horror opus "Deadly Eyes."

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15 July 2014 (USA) See more »

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This interview is featured on Shout! Factory's Blu-ray for Deadly Eyes (1982), released in 2014. See more »

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The Making of Deadly Eyes
25 May 2015 | by Michael_ElliottSee all my reviews

Deadly Eyes: Dogs in Rats Clothing (2014)

*** (out of 4)

Nice 24-minute featurette from Shout Factory! takes a look at the making of DEADLY EYES, the 1982 Canadian movie. Interviewed here are art director Ninkey Dalton, writer Charles H. Eglee and special effects artist Tom Woodruff, Jr.. The majority of the screen time is giving to the writer who talks about how this project came to be and the various problems that came up during production. Woodruff tells a lot of great stories about being brought onto the picture and talking about the differences between this and a couple Roger Corman films he worked on. He also shares a story about the making of ALIEN 3, which at the time reminded him of this picture. Fans of DEADLY EYES are going to enjoy hearing these stories and as the title suggests, a lot of talk goes towards the dogs that were dressed up as the killer rats. There are certainly some nice stories being told including one where Scatman Crothers needed pot delivered to him daily.


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