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Flesh Feast (1970)

 -  Fantasy | Horror | Mystery  -  20 May 1970 (USA)
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A ring of Nazis in Florida is in possession of the body of Adolf Hitler, and plan revive him so they can take over the world.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Dr. Elaine Frederick
Phil Philbin ...
Ed Casey
Doug Foster ...
Carl Schumann
Harry Kerwin ...
Dan Carter
Brad Townes ...
Martha Mischon ...
Virginia Day
Dete Parsons ...
Heather Hughes ...
Dianne Wilhite ...
Miss Powell
Craig McConnel ...
Chris Martell ...
Max Bauer
Bill Rogers ...
Otto Schlessinger ...
Eleanor Vale ...
Mrs. Lustig


Dr. Elaine Frederick has just perfected a way of using maggots to make her test subjects not only look younger, but actually become younger. When they hear of the results of her experiments, her first clients, a team of hispanic neo-nazis, are delighted with the news. It seems they have a very elderly VIP in their group who needs to be rejuvenated before he can begin rebuilding his thousand-year reich. As their plan moves toward its completion, Dr. Frederick's habit of experimenting on stolen corpses begins to attract the attention of an investigative reporter. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <>

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Living bodies used for the most vile experiment ever devised! See more »






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The final film of Veronica Lake. See more »


Referenced in Mad Ron's Prevues from Hell (1987) See more »

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How very, very pitiful
8 October 2004 | by (West Virginia) – See all my reviews

I'm always game for low budget films of any genre because every now and again you run across a gem. "Detour" has popped up as a noir masterpiece and "Night of the Living Dead" has become a cult classic. So maybe "Flesh Feast" would be worth a look. That was my first mistake.

It appears that there is not much story line and what there is makes no sense...maggots that chomp on your face and reverse the aging process....huh?? And then Adolph Hitler pops up. But besides this weak premise, there is absolutely nothing to recommend about this film. It appears to be shot in somebody's basement with an old Bell and Howell home movie camera. The acting of all involved is atrocious which leads me to Veronica Lake.

I realize that Miss Lake was down on her luck and had alcohol and mental problems but was it so bad that she had to end her career with this horror? I don't have to review her career from the 1940s and her wonderful films with Alan Ladd. She was the pin-up girl with the hair to die for. Her descent into oblivion really started when she cut her peekaboo hair and it was suddenly revealed that she really wasn't quite as beautiful as she appeared. Since her stardom depended upon her looks rather than her talent, it was all down hill. Luckily, many of her fans don't even know that this film exists and it is just as well. To see her fall to these depths is so very sad. She was such a treasure of her time.

Avoid this film at all costs. It has no redeeming qualities and will only depress you to see Miss Lake hitting bottom.

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