A horror-comedy anthology comprised of four gruesome shorts. From the world's bloodiest cooking show to a modern zombie tale rife with social commentary, there is something in this Four Course Meal for even the most insatiable appetite.

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A horror-comedy anthology comprised of four gruesome shorts. From the world's bloodiest cooking show to a modern zombie tale rife with social commentary, there is something in this Four Course Meal for even the most insatiable appetite.

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Wonderfully twisted look at the modern guidelines of taste and the post neo-anarchist world of Yugio.
21 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This film kicks it! Clay Liford is a god! I want to have his children. You should want to have his children. This film has taken an interesting spin on what is considered "good taste". The artistic finesse of the film techniques are really a subtle bonus that many viewers may miss. The use of color in symbolism and the character development of each creature in the film create a hard tableaux which is difficult to look away from. Coupled with the gritty camera work and the "in your face" quality of the action this film answers the philosophical "Are you hungry?". I know the director's previous work and I have to say that "Prison Girls A Go Go" has nothing on this film. While there are many similarities between the film techniques in these films the statements couldn't be different. Please, see this film in all it's glory, you'll miss your favorite movie if you don't.


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