Playing Monday; March 24, 9PM
Written and directed by Del Tenney I Eat Your Skin was released four years before George Ramero’s Night of the Living Dead and like other pre-Ramero zombie flicks indulges in Voodoo origins. You know; witch doctors, blood letting, and human sacrifices? That kind of Voodoo.
The opening scene features Haitian natives sacrificing a Betty Davis look alike and a goat. Meanwhile, in peaceful
The original title of the movie, Zombies might have been more appropriate as there is not much skin eating though the zombies do seem to suffer from bad skin and pickled eyeballs. Overall I Eat Your Skin is full of great one liners, cornball machismo, and weird dance numbers making it worth the watch.
But it makes for a better viewing when you've got a beer and friends you can laugh with. So come on out!-MH
Playing at Alberta St. Pub; March 24, 9PM FREE!
I Eat Your Ski (1964)