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“Eaten Alive” Airs Tonight on Discovery; Make Sure It’s the Right One [VIDEOS]

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Tonight at 9pm Discovery debuts Eaten Alive, a one-hour special in which “naturalist” Paul Rosolie reportedly gets swallowed whole by a live, 18-foot giant green anaconda, the most powerful snake presently slithering on earth.

Hype has been high on this stunt showcase for several months now, with Rosolie describing how he donned a special suit coated in pig’s blood and how the snake engulfed his head and “beat the sh!t” out of his entire body. The manner in which Rosolie got out of the animal has not been revealed, and it may or may not be demonstrated on the show tonight.

PETA and other lower creature defendants have predictably and not unreasonably protested an undertaking that, if true, must amount to tormenting a mighty reptile just doing its thing in the Amazon rainforest. Others decry the sheer stupidity of the premise. Still, just try not to tune in for at least a peek.

The Eaten Alive that’s airing on Discovery tonight is not the first commercial production to employ that title. If you’re looking for the snake special, that’s the one you want. You may or may not want to consider these other Eaten Alive options…

Eaten Alive (1977)
Horror director Tobe Hooper followed up his 1974 masterpiece The Texas Chainsaw Massacre with this backwoods saga of Judd, a psycho hillbilly who owns a rundown swamp-front hotel, and his pet alligator, who routinely gets to feed on guests who check in (and then check out) through a trap door…

Eaten Alive (1980)
Cannibal Holocaust star Robert Kerman and gorgeous B-movie vixen Me Me Lai team up in a barf-bucket gore-fest for splatter filmmaker Umberto Lenzi. Concerned outsiders travel to the South American jungle, where they run afoul of local maneater tribes. The movie does not end with the natives going hungry…

“Eaten Alive” (1985)
This is a single by Diana Ross. It wasn’t a hit, despite the catchy title…


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