Blood Feast

Herschell Gordon Lewis invented the modern gore film with this 1963 low budget thriller about a mad Egyptian caterer who uses human victims to spice up his business in Miami. The effects are crude and truly disgusting. With Mel Arnold as Faud Ramses, Thomas Wood as the cop and Playboy Playmate Connie Mason as decoration. The inspiration for 'Blood Diner'.

Year: 1963
Genre: Cult Films / After Dark, Schlockfest, Herschell Gordon Lewis, Cult Classic
Country: USA
Director: Herschell Gordon Lewis
Starring: Connie Mason, Mel Arnold, Thomas Wood
Duration: 66 Minutes
Rating: R16 - Contains violence, horror and nudity.
Location in store: Cult Classics



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