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Blood Feast 2: All U Can Eat

Blood Feast 2: All U Can Eat
File:Bloodfeast2.jpg
DVD cover
Directed by Herschell Gordon Lewis
Produced by Jacky Lee Morgan
W. Boyd Ford
Penelope Helmer
Melissa Morgan
Brian Pitt
Steven Teagle
Jimi Woods
David F. Friedman
Written by W. Boyd Ford
Starring John McConnell (as John 'Spud' McConnell)
Mark McLachlan
Melissa Morgan
Toni Wynne
J.P. Delahoussaye
Cinematography Chris W. Johnson
Editing by Steven Teagle
Distributed by Queso Grande Productions Inc.
Shriek Show (DVD) (U.S.)
Release date(s) 31 March 2002
Running time 92 min.
99 min. (director's cut)
Country United States
Language English

Blood Feast 2: All U Can Eat is a 2002 splatter film directed by Herschell Gordon Lewis. It is a sequel to Lewis's 1963 cult classic original Blood Feast. Filmed under a working title of Blood Feast 2: Buffet of Blood and using the same grindhouse style as its predecessor, the film continues the story began in the original film, where a grandson of Fuad Ramses attempts to restart his uncle's catering business. The film features a cameo appearance by John Waters, a fan of Lewis' work.[1]

Blood Feast 2: All U Can Eat had been completed a year before its release, but had trouble finding a distributor.[2] Allmovie gave the film a positive review.[3]


Plot

Fuad Ramses III (J.P. Delahoussaye) returns to Miami to reopen his grandfather's defunct catering company. This arouses the interest of the local sheriff (Mark McLachlan), who holds Fuad's family reputation in ill favor. Fuad is soon, however, asked to cater the sheriff's wedding by his mother-in-law, Mrs. Lamply (Melissa Morgan), and fiancee, Tiffani (Toni Winne). After finding his grandfather's statue of Ishtar, an Egyptian goddess, in a utility closet, he becomes possessed by her evil spirit. He then goes on to create the 'blood feast' his grandfather failed to do, by killing young women in the area and making them into party food for the wedding.

Cast

  • John McConnell as Detective Dave Loomis
  • Mark McLachlan as Detective Mike Myers
  • Melissa Morgan as Mrs. Lampley
  • Toni Wynne as Tiffani Lampley
  • J.P. Delahoussaye as Fuad Ramses III
  • Chris Mauer as Mr. Lampley
  • Christy Brown as Bambi Deere
  • Christina Cuenca as Misti Morning
  • Michelle Miller as Laci Hundees
  • Kristi Polit as Trixi Treater
  • Jill Rao as Candi Graham
  • Cindy Roubal as Brandi Alexander
  • Veronica Russell as Secretary
  • John Waters as The Reverend
  • Penelope Helmer as Pippi the Cop
  • Stevie Leininger as Stripey

Release

The film premiered at the Dead by Dawn Edinburgh Horror Film Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland on 31 March 2002, and was released on DVD by Media Blasters' horror label Shriek Show on 29 July.

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • Rotten Tomatoes
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