CARNIVORE which was originally released on 20th Century Fox has now been re released worldwide on Video On Demand.
The Film is a Campy 80’s style Monster Movie, and made history as one of the longest productions of all time, taking more than 13 years to complete.
Carnivore made its debut on the SyFy Channel and was later released on VHS and DVD at all Hollywood Video stores Nationwide.
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SYNOPSIS: Kids discover that an old scary house is a lot scarier than they ever could have imagined in this gory horror outing. Four teenagers looking for a good time decide to have a party in an old house, that, according to local legend, is haunted. However, the kids soon discover that there’s something worse than ghosts waiting for them, the basement of the house is actually a secret laboratory set up as part of an undercover government defense project, and their latest project is a mutant creature that can be unleashed against our enemies. When the monster accidentally gets loose, the only hope for the kids is if government intelligence agents trying to keep the project under wraps can find and kill the creature before he finds them and tears them to bits.
Starring: Jill Adcock, Pamela Thompson,
Jeff Swan, Lori Johnson and John Jacob.
Directed by Kenneth Mader
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“CARNIVORE” IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON
THE KILLER MOVIE CHANNEL
CARNIVORE THE ORIGINAL
MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK:
The CARNIVORE ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK Featuring: Holland, Slave Driver, Nitro, L.A. Guns, Cuttlass, Madison Rhoades and More! Jeff Swan has two tracks on the Soundtrack including LA’s Burning and Mother Mary by his band Slave Driver. The song LA’s Burning plays during one of the car scenes in the movie and later Ken Mader shot and produced a Music Video for the song Mother Mary.
WATCH THE MUSIC VIDEO “MOTHER MARY”
STILLS FROM THE MOVIE:
“Acting in the movie Carnivore was one of the greatest experiences in my life, and was a big part of my future success, I am very thankful to have had this opportunity and to be a part of such a unique and amazing project. So, I say Thank You to the Producers Ken Mader and Joseph Kurtz”