Skinned Alive is a 1990 low-budget horror film about an unusual family of leather apparel salesmen who travel the country in their rundown van. Their fine leather is actually made from human flesh and when their van breaks down while skinning their latest victim, Crawldaddy (Mary Jackson) and her children Violet (Susuan Rothacker) and Phink (Scott Spiegel) are invited to spend the night with friendly mechanic Tom (Lester Clark) and his wife Whinnie (Barbara Katz-Norrod). The couple are blissfully unaware that their guests are cold-blooded maniacs, but their neighbor Paul (Floyd Ewing Jr.), an ex-police officer, starts to suspect that something isn't right about this clan. Paul is an alcoholic, with crippling alimony payments, and bad luck, who was thrown off the force when he inadvertently shot a suspect in the line of duty. Will he be able to redeem himself by stopping the bloody Crawldaddy clan? Skinned Alive is written and directed by Jon Killough.