I Eat Your Skin (1971) Movie Review

I Eat Your Skin (1971)

1971 | Horror
84 minutes /

User Score: 50/100


A cancer researcher on a remote Caribbean island discovers that by treating the natives with snake venom he can turn them into bug-eyed zombies...

I Eat Your Skin Review

Best-selling author tom harris likes to spend his time reading the racier portions of his novels to bikini clad beauties. His agent duncan fairchild thinks its time for him to begin work on his next book and schedules a trip to the aptly-named voodoo island. Although reluctant at first tom allows himself to be convinced when its explained to him that the women on the isle outnumber the men five to one. Engine problems force their plane to land on the beach where tom meets a native skinny-dipper and the zombie who is stalking her. The zombies have been created by dr. Billedeaux with radioactive snake venom but are under the control of a voodoo witch doctor who plans to sacrifice the doctors lovely daughter. Filmed in 1964 as voodoo blood bath this movie went unreleased until 1971 when it was retitled and placed on a double-bill with i drink your blood. Director del tenney is also responsible for the drive-in classics the horror of party beach and curse of the living corpse. starring : william joyce produced by : del tenney directed by : del tenney written by : del tenney music by : lon e. Norman dvd details: second unit director william grefe art director robert verberkmoes run time: 81 minutes number of discs: 1 originally released in 1964 black & white no region encoding; for global distribution.

About I Eat Your Skin (1971)

Title: I Eat Your Skin
Original Title: Caribbean Adventure, I Eat Your Skin, Voodoo Blood Bath
AKA: Zombies
Runtime: 84 minutes
Type: Movie
Genre: Horror
Score: 2 / 5 stars
Avg. Rating: 2.5/5 stars from 6 users.
Total Avg. Votes: 6
Starring: Robert Stanton, Matt King, William Joyce, Heather Hewitt, Walter Coy, Dan Stapleton, Betty Hyatt Linton, Vanoye Aikens, Rebecca Oliver, George-Ann Williamson, Don Strawn
Writers: Del Tenney
Director: Del Tenney

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