|Directed by||Emmanuel Kervyn|
|Produced by||Jean-Bruno Castelain
|Written by||Emmanuel Kervyn|
Anne Marie Fox
Robert Du Bois
|Music by||Jean-Bruno Castelain
|Edited by||Philippe Ravoet|
|Distributed by||Troma Entertainment|
|Budget||150 000 $|
Two elderly sisters invite their wonderful nieces and nephews to a dinner party in celebration of the sisters' upcoming birthdays. The one nephew who is not invited is the ostracized black sheep of the family whose devil-worshipping activities have resulted in his being removed from the sisters' inheritance. The rest of the guests are merely putting in time; they are actually only waiting for their aunts to die, leaving them amply endowed via their respective inheritances. Unfortunately for all but the aunts, the nephew sends a party gift that turns the scene into a frolic of the macabre and ruins the party: under the gift's power, the aunts turn into cannibalistic demons and proceed to eat up all of their guests.
Due to its unusual subject and title and its graphic scenes of gore, Rabid Grannies is one of the most infamous titles in the Troma library.
The Troma DVD removes a lot of the gore from the feature film. These scenes are available to be seen in the bonus features. Its first time debut on Blu-ray was released on March 10, 2015, presenting the film in a "producer's cut" with the gore scenes reinstated. Special features are the same as the original Troma DVD.
- Rabid Grannies DVD
- Rabid Grannies - Schnittberichte.com
- Haikos heisse Ecke - Filmkritiken - Rabid Grannies
- "Alternate Versions for Rabid Grannies". imdb.com. Retrieved 2011-04-16.
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