|Directed by||Giuliano Carnimeo|
|Produced by||Fabrizio De Angelis|
|Written by||Dardano Sacchetti|
Nelson de la Rosa
|Music by||Stefano Mainetti|
|Edited by||Vincenzo Tomassi|
|Distributed by||Fulvia Film|
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Two models, Marlis and Peggy, are on a Caribbean Island for a photo shooting. One night Peggy is found dead and her body seems eaten by rats.
The victim's sister, Terry, arrives on the island and helped by a mystery novel writer met at the airport starts to investigate. Meanwhile, Marlis and the photographer find other corpses in the jungle. Searching for a help they stopped at an isolated house just to discover that the landlord is a scientist who created a ferocious mutant half-ape, half rat.
- Eva Grimaldi as Marlis
- Cinzia De Carolis as Marlis (Italian dubbed)
- Pat Starke as Marlis (English dubbed)
- David Warbeck as Fred Williams
- Antonio Colonnello as Fred Williams (Italian dubbed)
- Janet Ågren as Terry
- Laura Gianoli as Terry (Italian dubbed)
- Carolyn De Fonseca as Terry (English dubbed)
- Luisa Menon as Peggy
- Aurora Cancian as Peggy (Italian dubbed)
- Werner Pochath as Mark
- Stefano Carraro as Mark (Italian dubbed)
- Nelson de la Rosa as Mousey
- Anna Silvia Grullon (as Ana Silvia Gruyllon)
- Pepito Guerra
- Jose Reies
- Victor Pujols
- Franklin Dominguez
Todd Martin of Horror News Network had praised the film for its gore and acting of Nelson de la Rosa and Eva Grimaldi but criticized the film for its long and boring scenes where blood and gore were not the factors. John White of The Digital Fix gave the film 7 out of 10, criticizing its visual presentation but also mentioning that "Those who love bad monster movies will open their heart to Ratman."
Ratman was released on DVD in the United Kingdom by Shameless Screen Entertainment on 31 March 2008. It was released uncut for the first time in its most complete version, containing its original aspect ratio of 1.85:1, and it also contains trailers for other Shameless DVD releases, a picture gallery and reversible cover art containing the new DVD release and the original poster-style cover.
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