History Film / BloodFeast

23rd Apr '17 2:43:17 PM CL
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According to producer David F. Friedman, the most difficult aspect of production was the fact that the women playing the victims couldn't stop giggling and laughing at what was being "done" to them on camera.

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According to producer David F. Friedman, the most difficult aspect of production was the fact that the women playing the victims couldn't stop giggling and laughing at what was being "done" to them on camera.
camera; not that he or Lewis cared that much, having infamously responded to a widely-circulated negative review with, "Herschell and I have often wondered who told the ''Variety'' scribe we were taking ourselves seriously."



* {{Gorn}}: This is the first splatter movie ever made in the west, though not the first splatter movie made period -- that honor belongs to the 1960 Japanese horror movie ''Jigoku'', a.k.a. ''Film/TheSinnersOfHell''.
** This movie is still quite gory even by today's standards, which probably led to more than a few people in the 1963 audiences tossing their lunch.
** Much of the even ''more'' violent content was cut from the film as well before release, and is lost forever.

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* {{Gorn}}: This is the first splatter movie ever made in the west, though not the first splatter movie made period -- that honor belongs to the 1960 Japanese horror movie ''Jigoku'', a.k.a. ''Film/TheSinnersOfHell''.
** This movie
''Film/TheSinnersOfHell'' (though one could argue that ''Blood Feast'' is still quite gory even by today's standards, the first "straightforward" splatter film, given that the entire point of it is showcasing gratuitous gore, unlike ''Jigoku'', which probably led to more than is a few people in morality tale where the 1963 audiences tossing their lunch.
** Much of
splatter is mostly confined to the even ''more'' violent content was cut from the film as well before release, and is lost forever.Hell sequence finale).



* SadlyMythtaken: Ishtar was [[Myth/MesopotamianMythology Babylonian[=/=]Sumerian]], not Egyptian, Mr. Lewis. This was [[ArtisticLicense deliberate on their part]].
** Lampshaded in the sequel, when a woman working in the police department corrects the naive cops about Ishtar's origin.
** In the 1987 spoof, it's ''Lumerian'' goddess ''Sheetar''.

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* SadlyMythtaken: Ishtar was [[Myth/MesopotamianMythology Babylonian[=/=]Sumerian]], not Egyptian, Mr. Lewis. This was [[ArtisticLicense deliberate on their part]].
** Lampshaded
part]]. It's also lampshaded in the sequel, when a woman working in the police department corrects the naive cops about Ishtar's origin.
** In
origin. And in the 1987 spoof, it's ''Lumerian'' goddess ''Sheetar''.
23rd Dec '16 11:24:22 AM Gosicrystal
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* DumbBlonde: Suzette and her mother

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* DumbBlonde: Suzette and her mothermother.



* EvilEyebrows: Fuad Ramses

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* EvilEyebrows: Fuad RamsesRamses.



* YouLookFamiliar: The same actress plays the sacrifice victim and Janet Blake.
23rd Dec '16 11:23:24 AM Gosicrystal
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** Much of the even ''more'' violent content was cut from the film as well before release, and is LostForever.

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** Much of the even ''more'' violent content was cut from the film as well before release, and is LostForever.lost forever.
30th Sep '16 11:08:06 PM DemonDuckofDoom
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* BigBad: Fuad Ramses, a fanatic dismembering women to resurrect this goddess.


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* GoryDeadlyOverkillTitleOfFatalDeath
18th Feb '16 7:20:32 PM Prfnoff
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'''''Blood Feast''''' is a 1963 horror film directed by HerschellGordonLewis.

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'''''Blood Feast''''' ''Blood Feast'' is a 1963 horror film directed by HerschellGordonLewis.
Creator/HerschellGordonLewis.
25th Mar '15 9:11:03 PM jormis29
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* SadlyMythtaken: Ishtar was [[MesopotamianMythology Babylonian[=/=]Sumerian]], not Egyptian, Mr. Lewis. This was [[ArtisticLicense deliberate on their part]].

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* SadlyMythtaken: Ishtar was [[MesopotamianMythology [[Myth/MesopotamianMythology Babylonian[=/=]Sumerian]], not Egyptian, Mr. Lewis. This was [[ArtisticLicense deliberate on their part]].
4th Feb '15 7:14:46 PM SpukiKitty
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* LargeHam: Fuad, as evidenced by the page quote

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* LargeHam: Fuad, as evidenced by the page quotequote.
* MonsterMisogyny: Obviously!



* RomanceOnTheSet: Connie Mason (Suzette) and Thomas Wood aka William Kerwin (Pete), who married in 1964.
25th Aug '13 10:39:34 PM DragonQuestZ
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* PrettyInMink: Suzette's mother shows up at Faud's store while wearing a white mink wrap.



* SadlyMythtaken: Ishtar was [[MesopotamianMythology Babylonian[=/=]Sumerian]], not Egyptian, Mr. Lewis. This was deliberate on their part.

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* SadlyMythtaken: Ishtar was [[MesopotamianMythology Babylonian[=/=]Sumerian]], not Egyptian, Mr. Lewis. This was [[ArtisticLicense deliberate on their part.part]].
6th Aug '13 5:52:15 PM JIKTV
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!!This film provides examples of:

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!!This film provides examples of:
!!! "Nothing so appalling in the annals of tropes":



* BadBadActing: Connie Mason, to start. Lewis has said that while she didn't die in the movies, some of her castmates had wished she had.



* SadlyMythtaken: Ishtar was Babylonian/Sumerian, not Egyptian, Mr. Lewis. This was deliberate on their part.

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* SadlyMythtaken: Ishtar was Babylonian/Sumerian, [[MesopotamianMythology Babylonian[=/=]Sumerian]], not Egyptian, Mr. Lewis. This was deliberate on their part.
6th Aug '13 5:46:02 PM JIKTV
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* EvilEyebrows: Fuad Ramses



* EvilEyebrows: Fuad Ramses



* SadlyMythtaken: Ishtar was Babylonian/Sumerian, not Egyptian, Mr. Lewis.

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* SadlyMythtaken: Ishtar was Babylonian/Sumerian, not Egyptian, Mr. Lewis. This was deliberate on their part.
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