This particular feast makes Judge David Johnson a little nauseous.
The truce has been broken and the ages old battle between the living and undead will begin again.
There's this brothel Bathory House and it's inhabited by a group of plain-looking prostitutes that specialize in luring horny dudes to their ramshackle love nest. But these aren't just your normal whores—nope, in a completely novel twist, these are vampire whores! And they eat their completely unsuspecting clients in an orgy of blood and chewing.
The Bathory vampires have long held a truce with the local detachment of vampire hunters (like Rotary). The vamps agreed to not mess with anyone in town, hence the online titillation, and the hunters allow them to continue their pointy-toothed shenanigans unheeded. But the truce is broken when the vampires capture and turn a local girl into a vampire bimbo, prompting the girl's boyfriend to join forces with the hunters and bring the @#$%#&*$#% pain to the bordello.
Hey that summation sounds pretty cool right? Well, that's because I'm just a gifted writer. Don't be fooled! A Feast of Flesh is not worth tracking down and watching unless you're the kind of person that loves --
• Derivative Storytelling
• Boring Vampire Hunter Action
• Not So Erotic Eroticism
When the blood clears, you'll be left with an ultra-low-budget horror/wannabe-erotic vampire film that's neither horrific nor erotic. Minus that, what have you got? A round shiny piece of plastic that you can use to play fetch with your Chocolate Lab.
On the disc: the film, presented in a soft 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen boasting that tried-and-true "homemade look" and a 2.0 stereo audio mix. Extras include a commentary with Amy Lynn Best and director Mike Watt, a making-of documentary, bloopers and "A Feast of Souls," a 30-minute short film directed by Josh Smith.
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Studio: Bloody Earth Films
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