Blood Feast 2: All U Can Eat

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  • R
  • 2002
  • 1 hr 39 min
  • 5.5  (1,462)

Blood Feast 2: All U Can Eat is a 2002 horror comedy written and directed by Herschell Gordon Lewis. The film stars Trey Bosworth as a caterer named Fuad Ramses III who carries on the violent legacy of his grandfather Fuad Ramses, who was the killer in Lewis's original Blood Feast movie from 1963. The story of Blood Feast 2 is set 30 years after the events of the first film. Fuad III, a gourmet chef from Paris, returns to his hometown of Midlothian, Texas to open a catering business. He plans a grand opening feast that includes exotic dishes like cow brains, monkey's brains, and other organs. Fuad's catering seems to be a success as the town's elite show up for the feast, but his real intentions are far from innocuous.

Fuad's true plan is to complete the ancient Egyptian feast of Ishtar, which requires the killing of young women to obtain their body parts. Fuad begins to murder women and use their body parts in his dishes, believing that his grandfather's spirit is guiding him to carry on the family tradition. His first victim is a stripper named Tiffani (Christina Cuenca), whom he dismembers and uses her flesh in his dishes.

Meanwhile, Midlothian Police Detective Loomis (Mark McLachlan) is investigating a series of murders that seem to be connected to the catered events. Loomis is perplexed by the evidence until he realizes that the caterer's dishes contain human body parts. Loomis teams up with a tabloid reporter named Vanessa (Lavelle Higgins) who is investigating the caterer. Together, they try to stop Fuad before he completes his deadly feast.

The film is a blend of horror and comedy genres, with the humor often stemming from the absurdity of the situations and the over-the-top gore. The gore effects are plentiful and graphic, with scenes of dismemberment, decapitation, and cannibalism. The film also features some intentional campiness and self-aware humor, such as a recurring joke about Loomis's name being the same as the character from Halloween.

The acting is intentionally over-the-top and campy, with most of the cast playing their roles as caricatures. Trey Bosworth plays Fuad III as a suave and sophisticated villain, while McLachlan's Detective Loomis is a bumbling and ineffectual hero. Higgins adds a level of sass and humor to her portrayal of Vanessa, who is determined to uncover the truth about Fuad's catering business.

The film's soundtrack also adds to the comedy-horror vibe, with a mix of zany songs and cheesy horror music. The theme song, "Blood Feast 2" by The Amino Acids, is a raucous and catchy tune that perfectly sets the tone for the film.

Overall, Blood Feast 2: All U Can Eat is a fun and campy horror movie that pays homage to the grindhouse films of the 1960s and 70s. It is not for the faint of heart, as the gore and violence are both plentiful and graphic, but for those who enjoy dark humor and over-the-top horror, it is a must-see. Herschell Gordon Lewis's legacy as the "Godfather of Gore" is continued in this film, which serves as a loving tribute to his work.

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Description
  • Release Date
    2002
  • MPAA Rating
    R
  • Runtime
    1 hr 39 min
  • Language
    English
  • IMDB Rating
    5.5  (1,462)