Blood Feast 2: All You Can EatFruad Ramses III has just moved to a quiet little town, only he is the grandson of a madman who owned a local bakery and killed numerous women and served their body parts in his food.  In this local town, people do not forget, especially a local cop who will stop and nothing to bring Fruad down as a murderer, even before Fruad kills anyone.  Soon, Fruad goes under the thrall of a statue named Ishtar and he picks up where his grandfather left off.

Blood Feast 2 opens with two drunk guys going crazy and murdering each other.  One gets stabbed in the neck with a bottle while the other pulls out his own internal organs.  From this moment on, I can tell this is going to be a different kind of horror flick.  We are then introduced to Fruad, who is the grandson of the madman in the original Blood Feast movie.  Fruad has just inherited his grandfather’s shop and plans on using it to make a little money.  He soon gets his first job as cater to a wedding.  Now, Fruad must find his ingredients and this leads him on a murder spree killing young women and stealing their body parts in order to prepare the treats for the wedding.  Now it is up to two clueless cops to figure out who is murdering these women before Fruad kills everyone involved with the wedding.

I had been meaning to check this one out for quite some time, unfortunately I hadn’t found a copy of this until today.  Once getting home and turning this film on, I knew this could be something worth seeing, mainly due to the fact that the Godfather of Gore created this.  One thing I noticed about this film is that it really isn’t a horror film.  It is loaded with gore, but it’s mostly a comedy.  Throughout the entire film I could not stop laughing.  The acting was horrible; however, that added more to the comedy of the film.  The characters were hilarious, especially the goofy cop who would throw up every time he saw a dead body.  I also loved how the dead guy just appeared non-stop throughout the film just lying on the floor and no one seemed to notice as they stepped over him.  Blood Feast 2: All You Can Eat is a gory good time that is hilarious, gory, and moves at a very fast pace.  If you’re a fan of H.G. Lewis, I recommend you checking this one out.  I give this movie an 8 out of 10.

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Posted on June 2, 2008

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