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The Deuce Presents Eaten Alive film print at Nitehawk movie starts at 9:30

Special Guests TBA....ticket also comes with a free beer after the movie


synopsis

Director Tobe Hooper's follow-up to The Texas Chainsaw Massacre presents yet another Southern-fried psycho (this time in Louisiana) in the form of a scripture-mumbling, one-legged cracker named Judd (Neville Brand). The proprietor of a seedy bayou inn, Judd keeps a pet gator in the nearby swamp, to which he frequently tosses the remains of his unfortunate victims -- including anyone who offends his delicate sensibilities. One such casualty is Harvey Wood (Mel Ferrer), arriving at Judd's hotel in search of his missing daughter... who, unbeknownst to her old man, has already met her own doom courtesy of the scythe-wielding madman. Other patrons include one of the most annoying families on record -- with Chainsaw veteran Marilyn Burns as the strangely-bewigged mom, William Finley as the browbeaten husband and future Halloween tyke Kyle Richards as the endlessly-shrieking daughter (whose adorable puppy becomes a light gator-snack). Nightmare on Elm Street fans can spot a young, pre-Freddy Robert Englund in a small role as a lecherous cracker. Originally titled Death Trap and known by many aliases, including Starlight SlaughterHorror Hotel Massacre and Legend of the Bayou.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9cQGA5VRj50

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  • Rachel

    Dang...! I was considering going until I realized the time. :(

    1 · December 11, 2013

    • Rachel

      *Aww* ...thanks, Errol... :D

      1 · December 14, 2013

    • Errol T.

      Anytime,Rachel. Hope to see you at another s****y movie event. Peace.

      1 · December 16, 2013

  • Errol T.

    I had fun. Word is born that I'm gonna keep on going to The Deuce meet ups.

    1 · December 14, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Darnit. That weekend is back to back parties gotta get some prep rest and watch my pennies. I'll see y'all at Black Christmas.

    1 · November 25, 2013

  • Errol T.

    Damn right I'm gonna be there.

    1 · November 20, 2013

  • Vinnie V.

    weird - I was showing a co-worker a copy of my book 'Eaten Alive' and he said 'hey, I watched that Tobe Hooper film last night Eaten Alive - then I said 'oh' and proceeded to submerge him in water...just saying

    1 · November 6, 2013

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