Title: Blood Feast 2

Also known as:
Blood Feast 2: All U Can Eat
Blood Feast 2: Buffet of Blood (USA) (working title)

Year: 2002

Genre: Horror / Gore / Comedy

Language: English

Runtime: 99 min

Director: Herschell Gordon Lewis

Writer: W. Boyd Ford

IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0282386/

Fuad Ramses III, who's grandfather is the Fuad Ramses from the first movie, re-opens his grandfather's old catering business and follows his footsteps even in more than catering. When an statue depicting Egyptian goddess Ishtar takes control over Ramses III, he makes food and deserts for a wedding in various gory ways. He makes food and deserts for a wedding, with his ingredients being the girls that are invited to the wedding.

Our thoughts:
This bloody and funny movie, made by Herschell Gordon Lewis at the age of 76, is one of the best sequels ever made. And that's saying alot 'cause I think the first one is pretty darn perfect. It starts off with two bums killing each other with broken bottles and whatnot while laughing their asses off, so you know you're in for a fantastic bizarre and gory ride. There are so many things in this film that you just can't help but love, like the scene where he pulls off a girl's face. The bloody skull screaming is just so silly and wicked. The two cops, Loomis and Myers (you heard me), brings this movie to a whole other level of comedy. Especially the fatter one, Loomis, who keeps eating something in every damn scene, be it donuts, chicken, tacos, you name it.

This sequel is funnier and gorier than the first movie, and is overall the better of two masterpieces. The gore looks really good, even though it looks pretty fake at times. The grueling ways that girls are killed are very entertaining to watch. We also get to see the gory parts, like brains and intestines, in great detail and close-up. Herschell probably knew his gore looked fucking cool, and isn't shy to show it off.

The comedy is a stroke of genius. I haven't laughed like this at a movie since Cannibal! The Musical, which I saw about 6 years earlier, and I've seen alot of movies during those years, trust me. The names, Bambi Deere, Candy, Loomis and Myers, pretty much sums up how serious this movie is.

J.P. Delahoussaye plays Fuad Ramses III perfectly. He sort of looks like he could be the grandson of Fuad Ramses, yet they look alot different. Maybe it has something to do with his acting. The female actors aren't that good at acting, but they're there for showing us their boobies and then getting killed off, and I think their acting is just about right for that.

Overall, Blood Feast 2 is a damn fine movie. Funny, witty, gory, and more entertaining than watching a living mouse stuck in a trap. Go to your closest underground DVD shop and get it as soon as you possibly can.

Positive things:
- Gooooore!
- J.P. Delahoussaye.
- Boobies for boobieses sake.
- One of few films who almost has me on the floor laughing.¨
- Herschell Gordon's first film since the 70's.
- Feels just like a mix between 60's and 70's, with a pinch of 00's.
- The music! You'll be singing "Gory gory Hallelujah!" after this one.
- "Satan! Satan! Satan!". Watch it and you'll know what I mean.
- One of the best sequels ever.
- The cops, Loomis and Myers.
Negative things:
- There isn't a Blood Feast 3 yet.

Gore: 4/5
Nudity: 3/5
Story: 2/5
Effects: 3.5/5
Comedy: 4.5/5

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