Blood Feast

Blood Feast

Director: Herschell Gordon Lewis Cast: Jerome Eden, Scott H. Hall, Astrid Olsen

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Product Details

Release Date: 02/22/2000
UPC: 0014381601220
Original Release: 1963
Rating: NR
Source: Image Entertainment
Region Code: 1
Sound: [Dolby Digital, monaural]
Time: 1:07:00
Sales rank: 26,571

Special Features

Digitally mastered; Audio commentary by director Herschell Gordon Lewis and producer David F. Friedman; Original theatrical trailer; Rare outtakes; William Kerwin [Blood Feast] and Harvey Korman [Blazzing Saddles] demonstrate how to slice meat in the grisly educational short subject, Carving Magic; Gallery of exploitation art

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jerome Eden High Priest
Scott H. Hall Police Captain
Astrid Olsen Actor
Thomas Wood Pete Thornton
Connie Mason Suzette Fremont
Lyn Bolton Mrs. Fremont
Toni Calvert Trudy
Ashlyn Martin Marcy
David F. Friedman Drunken Hotel Husband (uncredited)
William Kerwin Pete Thornton
Mal Arnold Fuad Ramses

Technical Credits
Herschell Gordon Lewis Director,Score Composer,Cinematographer,Producer,Special Effects
David F. Friedman Producer
Stanford S. Kohlberg Producer
Frank Romolo Editor
Robert Sinise Editor

Scene Index

Side #1
0. Chapter Index
1. Blood Bath; Main Title [5:50]
2. An Egyptian Feast [6:26]
3. Beach Blanket Butcher [4:53]
4. Home Cookin' [3:08]
5. Killer Tongue [6:10]
6. The Festival of Ishtar [8:32]
7. Wild Eyes [4:38]
8. The Missing Ingredient [7:27]
9. Mean Cuisine [3:49]
10. Left-Overs [4:00]
11. Final Preparation [7:30]
12. Out With the Trash [4:27]

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Blood Feast 2.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
ChandlerSwain More than 1 year ago
"Blood Feast" was the first film by 60's self-proclaimed "Godfather of Gore" Hershell Gordon Lewis. Mal Arnold, (of the sweaty pores and giant painted eyebrows Arnolds) plays demented caterer Faud Ramses, who plies his customers with the promise of "an Egyptian feast" while nocturnally stalking every available co-ed to relieve them of important body parts. Lewis' sense of drama is to attack a blonde in the bathtub and hack off her leg, his sense of comedy is to attack a couple on the beach and gorily remove the girl's brain from her skull, his sense of romance is to stab a girl in the chest and remove her heart. All of this is accomplished in lurid, detailed close-up with gore and blood splattered profusely. Another intended victim, Playboy model Connie Mason, escapes injury, but her performance is so painfully awful, it's continuation is a new form of violence by the director against the audience. A climatic foot chase is the height of lunacy as the virtually lame Ramses is so slow, the police have to practically stop for cigarettes in order to prolong the pursuit. Extras include a short subject Carving Meat featuring Carol Burnett regular Harvey Korman, a commentary track by Lewis and sleaze producer David F. Friedman, and a trailer for "Blood Feast" that curiously features every scene of violence virtually intact making watching the repulsive feature not only unappetizing but unnecessary.