H.G. Lewis (the wizard of gore) made this film as a sequel to his classic "Blood Feast." Before this film came out, I though good old H.G. was in retirement somewhere just biding his time. I'm glad that I was wrong. Most of H.G.'s older films were pretty shocking in their day, but are merely campy by today's standards. Blood Feast 2 plays off of the campiness of his films, but doesn't become annoying like so many other films would.
The plot is that Fuad Ramses III opens up a catering business in his grandfather's old shop (the villain in Blood Feast). He becomes possessed by the evil goddess Ishtar. He is hired by a bitchy socialite to cater her daughters wedding. Ramses begins butchering the bride's maids to fulfill his contract.
Most of the humor is tongue in cheek and a little juvenile, but it fits the overall mood of the film rather well.
For H.G. Lewis fans (those who haven't seen it) it is well worth the price of renting it.
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