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  • Actors: Charis Kirkpatrik Acuff, David Ashby, Allan T. Bross, Chris Bross, Matthew C. Danilko
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Shriek Show
  • DVD Release Date: December 16, 2003
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000JLLAE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #129,306 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Flesh Eater" on IMDb

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After terrifying millions of moviegoers for over 30 years, the graveyard ghoul from George Romero's classic Night Of The Living Dead is back and hungrier than ever! Flesheater follows the fiendishly destructive path of a not-quite-dead killer one dark Hal

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Cool story, moderate cheese and a great fun time!
Deimos
Great 80s movie love this movie it's a great zombie flick & if your into horror you have to have this in your collection!..
K. jordan
Instead, I'll point out something obvious and genius about this film.
Kyle Johnson

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 12, 2003
Format: DVD
I gave this one 3 stars and looking back, its probably more than the film deserved except I had such a good time watching it. In all areas, it was technically awfull. Bad acting, bad camera work, bad sound, bad picture...but it was redeemed by its over the top gore. This one went full out. The stuff looks amateur and thus, there was no fear factor involved. But it was sure fun to look at. When i say there is really no story, i am not kidding here. The body count in this one is higher than any movie i've seen.There is no central character here. Except perhaps the head zombie (and lo! its the guy from the original night of the living dead! props to that!). Each character exists only long enough to get a few screams in before a zombie starts eating.
It starts in a farmers field or something. A box is opened and out pops a zombie. He kills. The rest of the people there get killed. They turn to zombies. Then a nice family is established. Then they all get killed. Enter more meat! A party in a barn. Zombies crash the party. Everyone dies. And on and on and on.
If you like your zombie films cheap, gory and to hell with the plot..you will like this. Also known as zombie nosh.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Leach HALL OF FAME on July 29, 2005
Format: DVD
When George Romero unleashed "Night of the Living Dead" on filmgoers back in the late 1960s, the world sat up and took notice. Well, some people did, mostly horror fans who thought the idea of disintegrating corpses coming back to life to take a bite out of the living sounded like a gift from heaven. I know I think it's a grand idea. Anyway, enough people expressed enough excitement about Romero's little black and white monstrosity that the filmmaker decided to make another movie a few years later called "Dawn of the Dead." Whoo, lordy! This little number really cemented the idea of zombies in the popular consciousness as well as made George Romero a legend in the horror world. Several more years would pass before Romero returned with "Day of the Dead," a gory conclusion to this Dead Trilogy (until his recent "Land of the Dead" hit theaters, that is). Good old George Romero. His films inspired a slew of imitations, both here and abroad, all loaded with bloody carnage. Some of these imitations, like Lucio Fulci's "Zombie," are pretty enjoyable. Most, however, fall far below the bar established by Mr. Romero. For example, take Bill Hinzman's 1988 film "Revenge of the Living Zombies," aka "Flesheater," aka "Zombie Nosh," aka "What a ripoff!"

Hinzman's claim to fame is a rather tenuous one; he played the cemetery zombie in Romero's "Night of the Living Dead." He's obviously trying to cash in on that fleeting moment of glory with "Flesh Eater." Problem is, this isn't the sort of film with which one would try to acquire glory. It starts promisingly enough (*snickers*) as we see a gang of teens heading out into the woods for an all-night hayrack ride. It's Halloween, you see, and kids can take hayrack rides in the woods while getting blasted on booze.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Spencer Wendleton on December 1, 2004
Format: DVD
Sure, this movie has poor, poor production values, the dubbing (even though it's in English) is atrocious, the dialogue a joke, the plot none-existent, but so what?

I'm not saying this is a great movie, it's just okay. There's some nudity and plenty of gore, but other than that, if you're looking for more, forget it.

I think Hinzman took himself a bit too seriously though, the commentary track is boring--he put me to sleep!

Rent it if you can first; I only bought it because it was a good childhood memory to re-live.

Favorite quote: "These zombies are about to kill my a*$!"
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Stanley Runk VINE VOICE on July 3, 2010
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You know, I feel kinda sorry for Bill Hinzman. When I watch this film and the dreadful 30th Anniversary of Night of the Living Dead, my heart really goes out to the guy coz he obviously wants so badly to be a big horror icon. We all know Hinzman has the honor of being the very first flesh eating zombie introduced to movie going audiences(and also the fastest moving), and it's this angle he is constantly trying to exploit(of course we can't forget The Majorettes either), and it usually ends up getting him flak as he's always using it in projects that are considered to be spitting on George Romero's legacy. Of course if you ask me, 98% of the zombie films that come out today are the ones that really spit on his legacy.
I know I'm in the minority, and I know it's sinful, but I enjoyed this movie. I'm sorry, it's true. Even if it wasn't a blatant ripoff of NOTLD, I realize the film is so amateurish, cheap and all out lame that I shouldn't like it anyway. But what can I say? I do.
So here we go: Partying teens on Halloween take a hayride out on a farm, farmer discovers Hinzman's coffin, opens it and releases Hinzman on the world, zombie army starts to grow, partying teens are killed off except for two lovers, two lovers flee and try to warn people in town, zombies invade town and kill everyone they can get their hands on, Hinzman gropes a lot of boobs, law enforcement organize search and destroy mission, movie ends in NOTLD fashion(even using Vince Survinski once again, who has a funny in-joke line). It actually sounds more upscale than it really is. It's very cheap and very ridiculous, and totally unapologetic. A decent amount of gore too, though not quite as much as you may have heard.
The DVD has an interview with Hinzman and the FX artist. Hinzman is totally guiltless about this project, and in a way I think that's kinda cool. Only kinda.
Stuff like this won't earn Hinzman the status he's going for, but like I said, I liked it.
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