Release date for the ultra gore film Blood Feast

Blood-FeastBlood Feast (Germany, USA - 2016), the ultra gore and splatter remake of the 1963 cult film of the same name by Herschell Gordon Lewis, will be released in U.S. theaters starting April 28, 2017 through Medallion Releasing.
The remake is directed by German director Marcel Walz (Avantgarde, Seed 2) on a script by Philip Lilienschwarz (Absolutio - Erlösung im Blut). The cast of Blood Feast (USA - 2016) boasts the presence of Herschell Gordon Lewis himself, now deceased on Sept. 26.

Blood-Feast-posterPlot: Egyptian Fuad Ramses (Robert Rusler) runs a catering service for some chain restaurants in Miami. When business begins to fail, in addition to maintaining his business, he also begins working at an Egyptian museum, soon becoming a devotee of an ancient ritual related to the mythology of the ancient goddess Ishtar (Sadie Katz). Convinced that he is able to bring the deity back to life, Fuad assembles a body to resurrect using anatomical parts of his victims.

In the cast: Robert Rusler (Nightmare 2 - Revenge, Vamp, Sometimes They Come Back), Caroline Williams, Sophie Monk, Sadie Katz (Don't Open That Door - Part 2), Liliana Nova, Wilfried Capet, Roland Freitag, Annika Strauss, and Max Evans.

The bloody official trailer:

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