BLOOD FEAST 2: ALL YOU CAN EAT – The Dungeon Review!

I cannot believe it took me so long to rent this! This film came out in 2002! Shame on me!! I was a big fan of the original and I am generally fond of the work of H. G. Lewis. Little factoid, I borrowed my moniker from the H.G. Lewis film THE GORE GORE GIRLS. poster-blood-feast-2-all-u-can-eat More or less starting up where the original left off, Fuad Ramses III attempts to reopen his uncle’s catering business. Almost immediately, he becomes possessed by that pesky Goddess statue. When Ramses is asked to cater the wedding of a local gal, the wedding party starts disappearing one by one. The dumbest cop in town who also happens to be the “groom to be” is on the case. In typical Lewis fashion there are prolonged scenes of gooey gore being lovingly fondled by our Mr. Ramses. H.G. Lewis ain’t called the “Godfather of Gore” for nothing”! Low on budget, over the top acting and some absolutely hilarious moments. With character names like Detective Mike Myers, Misti Morning, Laci Hundees and Tiffani Lampley you can’t go wrong. Watch out for random dead guy! If you love low budget horror with plenty of gore you should definitely have yourself an H.G. Lewis night! Rent the original and this delightful sequel. SUPER GORY! Very cheesy and very very funny! Loved it! highly recommended by Goregirl’s Dungeon!

Dungeon Rating 4/5

Directed By: Herschell Gordon Lewis

Starring: John McConnell, Mark McLachlan, Melissa Morgan, Toni Wynne, J.P. Delahoussaye, Chris Mauer, Christy Brown,
and Christina Cuenca

5 Responses to “BLOOD FEAST 2: ALL YOU CAN EAT – The Dungeon Review!”

  1. cinematronica Says:

    Great review and I love the site! You are very perceptive, and I’m glad somebody else thought the original Blood Feast was worth a damn. Keep it up, milady!

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  3. […] was the last film Friedman and Lewis made together until their 2002 reunion of the hilarious sequel Blood Feast 2: All You Can Eat. Herschell Gordon Lewis continued to make a wide range of films solo including comedy, action, […]

  4. […] Weird (1967), Scum of the Earth (1963), She-Devils on Wheels (1968), Wizard of Gore (1970) and Blood Feast 2: All You Can Eat (2002)! Needless to say, I was beside myself with excitement when I learned Lewis was working on a […]

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