The Herschell Gordon Lewis TASTER

The Herschell Gordon Lewis TASTER

You think you are ready for the FEAST? Well, we don't quite know about that to be honest. Whilst we plug things in and make sure that everything is working ok, we will start you off with a TASTER. This is just a small sampling of the Godfather of Gore - come October 1st, we will unleash holy hell and bring you the full collection, with films, documentaries, interviews and more. So once you have had a little sample, why don't you come back if you think you can handle it?

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The Herschell Gordon Lewis TASTER
  • 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...

  • 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.

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Hershell's History

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

  • 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.