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Blu-ray Review: Blood Diner

27 September 2016 2:30 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

A goofy horror comedy that boasts some weirdly insane set pieces and a lot of lighthearted fun, Blood Diner is the vegetarian cannibalism movie I never knew I needed (but definitely do now). It’s a film I’ve heard about for a long time, but just never found the opportunity to rent, which is why I’m happy to see it resurrected in HD by Lionsgate as part of their new Vestron Video Collector’s Series. It may not be an experience for everyone, but considering my absolute love for balls-out, unabashedly weird horror comedies from the 1980s (like The Stuff or Saturday the 14th Strikes Back), Blood Diner is the perfect Blood Feast sequel we never officially got, and I had a blast with it.

Blood Diner’s story is anything but simple, so I’ll do my best here. The film opens with two kids, Michael and George Tutman, »

- Heather Wixson

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