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  • Sep 24, 2010
Blood Feast is an important film in gory horror history as it pushed the envelope much further than ever before. Coming six years before Night of the Living Dead, it takes up the vivid technicolor gore torch introduced by Hammer in the late 50s and helped to eschew in 20 years of truly transgressive cinema...
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review by . May 12, 2009
There's as much gore as bore in this bloody mess from H.G. Lewis.
Blood Feast is the granddaddy of gore films.  This "movie" is nothing more than gory set pieces padded out with "acting" from this cast of sleepwalking actors.  Everyone either goes through the motion or in the one case of Fuad Rhames over acts, sweats and bulges his eyes at ever opportunity.  You know you're in for a treat with all the blood in the opening credits.  Despite it's reputation for being one of the first (stage) blood and (butcher) guts …
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filmed in Miami, Florida in 9 days for under $25,000.

Followed by a sequel.
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Genre: Horror
Release Date: July 6, 1963
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Runtime: 67 minutes
Studio: Friedman-Lewis Productions
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