The Herschell Gordon Lewis FEAST

  • Blood Feast

    The filmography of late movie maverick Herschell Gordon Lewis brims with the mad, macabre, and just downright bizarre. But perhaps the most unhinged of all his directorial efforts, and certainly the most influential, must surely be his original gore-fest Blood Feast - the first ever splatter movi...

  • Scum of the Earth

    From the shadows of the sordid haunts... they slither like predatory beasts to stalk their prey! A young college co-ed, Kim Sherwood, naively agrees to pose for some glamour shots to earn a quick buck towards her tuition. But when the sleazy photographer begins to blackmail her into taking more a...

  • Two Thousand Maniacs

    The American Civil War may long be over, but the supernatural residents of small Southern town Pleasant Valley won't soon forget. When a group of Yankee tourists take a detour and wind up in the town - which has magically re-materialized 100 years after its destruction - they find themselves welc...

  • Moonshine Mountain

    White Lightnin' flows jes' like water on Moonshine Mountain! Country singer Doug Martin returns home to the beautiful Carolina hills to capture back his Southern spirit, but a murder soon shakes this small community-and their precious White Lightnin' moonshine still! Enlisting the help of the two...

  • Color Me Blood Red

    Troubled artist Adam Sorg is looking for just the right shade of red to complete his latest masterpiece, and he finds just that when his girlfriend accidentally cuts her finger. Smearing his canvass with her blood, he realises that his must now kill in order to sustain his crazed artistic bent.

  • Something Weird

    An extraordinary journey into the unknown awaits you. The unimaginably weird, dark universe of ESP—extra-sensory perception—crashes into the mysterious depths of black witchcraft in a strange and mysterious motion picture unlike any you've ever seen: Something Weird. Gifted with psychic powers ev...

  • The Gruesome Twosome

    After dabbling in the unlikely world of children's entertainment with the likes of Jimmy, the Boy Wonder and The Magic Land of Mother Goose, in 1967 Godfather of Gore Herschell Gordon Lewis returned to genre he helped create with the delightfully depraved The Gruesome Twosome! The young women of ...

  • A Taste Of Blood

    Businessman John Stone receives a mysterious package from Europe containing an unusual gift from his ancestors - two aged bottles of plum brandy. No sooner has he drunk both bottles than he transforms into a bloodsucking vampire, setting out to wreak vengeance on those who have wronged his bloodl...

  • She-Devils On Wheels

    You'll hear The Man-Eaters coming a mile away! They're tougher than the men they hate - she-devils on the prowl! This all-girl biker gang is burning rubber and taking names as they terrorize their small Florida town. These girls rule the roads and the men they want, and as they initiate new membe...

  • Just For The Hell of It

    Ray Sager (The Wizard of Gore) stars as Dexter, vicious leader of "Destruction Incorporated" - a self-styled gang of young ne'er-do-wells whose favourite pastimes include trashing parties, beating up on the locals and sticking helpless babies in trash cans. Why do they do it? Just for the Hell of...

  • How to Make a Doll

    The young, gifted university professor Dr. Percy Corley has no trouble explaining the relationship between x and y, but in matters of love, the relationship between b and g remains a puzzling mystery! That is, until his trusted colleague, Dr. Hamilcar West, completes work on his supercomputer wit...

  • The Wizard of Gore

    Behold, the great Montag the Magnificent! His fiendish magic tricks will make you shiver with fear and recoil in disgust. But are his gruesome on-stage antics - which entail the graphic slicing-and-dicing of nubile young woman with various implements - really just simple sleight-of-hand, or is so...

  • This Stuff'll Kill Ya!

    In a Deep Southern town, local parishioners congregate to hear the words of the enigmatic and eccentric Rev. Roscoe Boone...and to get a taste of his Holy Moonshine! But as a string of strange and gruesome murders bring some no-nonsense federal agents to town, this con-man will have to find more ...

  • The Gore Gore Girls

    A vicious killer with more than just a little sense of (albeit, twisted) humour is butchering the girls of a saucy go-go dancing club. As the grim death toll mounts, young female reporter Nancy Weston teams up with impossibly obnoxious private investigator Abraham Gentry to try and crack the case...

  • Blood Perspectives

    Filmmakers Nicholas McCarthy (Director of The Pact) and Rodney Ascher (Director of Room 237 & The El Duce Tapes) discuss H.G, Lewis' BLOOD FEAST.

  • Hershell's History

    An interview with the Godfather of Gore himself where he discusses his entry into the film industry.

  • Regional Bloodshed

    Filmmakers Joe Swanberg (Drinking Buddies, Easy) and Spencer Parsons discuss the Midwestern roots and work ethic of Lewis’ output and how The Gore Gore Girls represents the shift into transgressive ’70s cinema that would dominate the American horror landscape

  • The Art of Madness: Artists As Murderers In Film

    The Art of Madness – visual essay on the recurring motif of mad artists as killers in horror cinema

  • Weirdsville with Jeffrey Sconce

    Film Scholar Jeffrey Sconce on H.G. Lewis' Something Weird

  • A Hot Night at the Go Go Lounge!

    A short dance film by Herschell Gordon Lewis from 1966

  • Stephen Thrower on The Gore Gore Girls

    Author Stephen Thrower discusses The Gore Gore Girls

  • Stephen Thrower on The Wizard of Gore

    Celebrated author Stephen Thrower discusses The Wizard of Gore

  • The Gore The Merrier

    The Gore The Merrier – an interview with Jeremy Kasten, director of the 2007 Wizard of Gore remake

  • Montag Speaks

    A brand new interview with Wizard of Gore actor Ray Sager