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The Starlight, a decrepit hotel run by Judd (Neville Brand), receives few customers. Perhaps its the remote location in the Texas bayous. Perhaps its the owner's violent mood swings. Or perhaps its the man-eating crocodile in the backyard. But one dark steamy night finds the Starlight visited by a runaway prostitute (Roberta Collins, Death Race 2000), a young couple (Marilyn Burns and William Finley) and their child (Kyle Richards, Halloween), a dying father and his daughter (Mel Ferrer and Crystin Sinclaire), and sex-obsessed Buck (Robert Englund, A Nightmare on Elm Street), all of whom will experience an unforgettable night of terror at the hands of Judd and his pet croc.
A raw, violent, and bizarre portrayal of madness run amok in rural America, Eaten Alive was director Tobe Hooper's follow-up to the international hit, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. Dark Sky Films proudly presents this two-disc special edition which features a brand new transfer from long-lost vault materials and never-before-seen bonus features.
Bonus Features Include:
Feature-length audio commentary w/ producer Mardi Rustam, actors Roberta Collins, William Finley and Kyle Richards, & make-up artist Craig Reardon
"The Gator Creator: Tobe Hooper"
"My Name is Buck: Robert Englund
"The Butcher of Elmendorf: The Legend of Joe Ball"
"5ive Minutes with Marilyn Burns"
Theatrical Trailers (x7)
TV Spots (x2)
Radio Spots (x2)
Still Gallery Slideshow (motion)
Alternate Credits and Title Sequences (x2)
This movie was produced by Tobe Hooper the creator of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre and this one is Hooper at his best.It's scary and will keep you on the edge of your seat. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bryan Beal
2 Disc Especial Edition of a forgotten film by Tobe Hooper.
I Really liked this Tobe Hopper movie.
Comes Transparent case and 2 discs
One thing that I learned from immersing myself in horror cinema for a year is that Tobe Hooper, the creator of Texas Chainsaw Massacre, is really a national treasure. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Binky Chottorrhœhia
Cute movie, only really wanted to see it because of the young hot Robert Englund. It was good though.Published 3 months ago by puppyfan
Fueled by an undeniably eccentric and psychotic performance by the great Neville Brand, "Eaten Alive" is one of those forgotten, greasy, drive-in horror classics that belongs in... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Leslie Karen Rigsbey