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Herschell Gordon Lewis' pioneering "gore" films in deluxe Special Editions. "Blood Feast" (1963, 67 min.) - Mrs. Fremont hires crackpot Egyptian cultist Fuad Ramses to cater a party--and he prepares a Blood Feast made from the grisly body parts of nubile young women. The world's first gore film! "Two Thousand Maniacs" (1964, 87 min.) - The 2000 Maniacs of a small Southern town celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Civil War by forcing a handful of Northerners to serve as "guests" in their macabre, blood-crazed fun and games. "Color Me Blood Red" (1965, 79 min.) - When his girlfriend, Gigi, cuts her finger on a frame, maniacal artist Adam Sorg discovers a new shade of crimson that will make his artwork so special--human blood!
With all the bad acting & the way it was shot, Watching Blood Feast brung back memories of the videos/ movies we use to have to shoot in High School film class. Read morePublished 3 months ago by brody manson
I had seen this before, but remembered very little about "Blood Feast". I know it's status as the "first splatter film", and figured with Halloween right around the corner it would... Read morePublished 11 months ago by David Girod
This is the 1st of many gore films that H. G.lewis made and yes it is a fun watch . So will not disappoint anyone who's a fan . Read morePublished 12 months ago by Brian A.
I am now the proud owner of my own copy. Discovered it in the 1980's - and still quote from it ! The DVD arrived in a timely fashion, with no problems experienced.Published 14 months ago by Trudy Sanders
This is probably up there in the top ten best drive-in classics of all time. It shocked audiences when it premiered because there is a kind of gruesome scene where the villain,... Read morePublished 16 months ago by thelizcass
Great extras included with the film, which really added to the overall product (in my opinion extra features usually stink).Published 16 months ago by Bryce Brockelman