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Flesh for the Beast (2003)

Six parapsychologists investigate a reputed haunted mansion and are set upon by three flesh-eating succubus ladies under the control of the sinister warlock owner bent on finding a mysterious amulet to give himself more power.

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Clark Beasley Jr. ...
Ted Sturgeon
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Jack Ketchum (as Jim Coop)
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Joseph Monks (as Victor Flynn)
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Douglas Clegg
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Cassandra (as Ruby LaRocca)
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Kevin G. Shinnick ...
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Keith Leopard ...
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Michael Roszhart ...
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A team of parapsychologists is invited by John Stoker to research the evil Fischer Manor, an ancient brothel where the owner Alfred Fischer was a gigolo that practiced black witchcraft. While investigating, the men are attacked by flesh-eater succubus and the psychic Erin Cooper seeks a powerful amulet for John Stoker. When they meet the trio of succubus, John finds a lethal secret. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Open the Gate. Step In. Lose Your Mind.

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Fantasy | Horror

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Rated R for horror violence/gore, sexuality and language | See all certifications »

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27 September 2003 (USA)  »

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Fleisch für die Bestie  »

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Jane Scarlett's four tattoos had to be covered up with make-up. Moreover, Scarlett and her co-star Ruby Larocca lived together as roommates for a while after meeting each other during the production of this movie. See more »

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Erin Cooper: Fuck me harder!
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Followed by The Pick Up (2009) See more »

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Flesh For The Beast
by The Deli Creeps
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Stick to soft-core fluff, Terry
15 November 2003 | by See all my reviews

A group of parapyschologists get a job in an haunted old mansion. Media Blasters released this in R-rated & unrated versions. I choose to get the unrated version, naturally. When Media Blasters first annouced they planned to produce original movies, I was hopeful, as Media Blasters,while not my favorite distributer of Dvds (that would be Blue Underground), are still up there. To say I was let down is a bit of an understatement. This piece of cinematic waste was written & directed by Terry West, known for his soft-core parodies (ie. Spider-babe, Lord of the G-strings, etc..). This movie reminded me of his soft-core flicks, not for it's sex scenes (those are laughably bad in this one), but for the insanely lousy acting. Horror fans deserve SO MUCH better. On a bright note, the girl who plays Erin is a vegetarian, luckily for her her role (and this film) has NO meat to it whatsoever.

My Grade: D-

Dvd Extras: Behind the scenes; Interviews with Caroline Hoermann and Aldo Sambrell (with his past, he deserved much better then this movie, in my opinion); Teaser trailer; stills gallery; Trailers for "the Virgin of Nuremberg" (with no sound), "Zombi 2", "Faceless", and "Blood Feast 2"

Eye candy: pretty much all the actresses get fully nude at some point.

Easter Egg: Highlight the Teaser in the extras menu, then press left for a live clip of the band "Buckethead"


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