From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
Blood Feast (1963, USA) is a Horror film directed by Herschell Gordon Lewis.
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- Featured on: TCM Underground
- Featured in: Extra Weird | Film House Fever | American Grindhouse
- Released in 1963
- Running Time: 67 min | USA: 58 min (edited version)
- Aspect Ratio: (1.85:1)
- Production Co: Friedman-Lewis Productions Inc.
- Distribution Co: Box Office Spectaculars
- Directed by Herschell Gordon Lewis
- Written by A. Louise Downe, David F. Friedman, and Herschell Gordon Lewis
- Starring William Kerwin (aka Thomas Wood), Mal Arnold, Connie Mason, Lyn Bolton, and Scott H. Hall
- Produced by David F. Friedman, Stanford S. Kohlberg, and Herschell Gordon Lewis
- Original Music by Herschell Gordon Lewis
- Cinematography by Herschell Gordon Lewis
- Film Editing by Frank Romolo and Robert L. Sinise
- An Egyptian caterer kills various women in suburban Miami to use their body parts to bring to life a dormant Egyptian goddess, while an inept police detective tries to track him down.
Also Known As
- Egyptian Blood Feast (USA - reissue title)
- Feast of Flesh (USA)
- Orgie Sanglante (Belgium - French title)
- Adult Horror!
- A Weird, Grisly Ancient Rite Horrendously Brought To Life In Blood Color
- Nothing so appalling in the annals of horror!
- You'll Recoil and Shudder as You Witness the Slaughter and Mutilation of Nubile Young Girls - in a Weird and Horrendous Ancient Rite!
- A weird and grisly ancient rite horrendously brought to life
- A nightmare of pure gore in BLOOD COLOR