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Blood Feast (also known as Egyptian Blood Feast and Feast of Flesh) is a 1963 American Horror film directed by Herschell Gordon Lewis, often considered the first "splatter film". It was produced by David F. Friedman. The screenplay was written by Alison Louise Downe, who had previously appeared in several of Lewis's other films. Lewis also wrote the film's score.
An Egyptian caterer kills various women in suburban Miami to use their body parts to bring to life a dormant Egyptian goddess, while an inept police detective try to track him down.
- Thomas Wood (William Kerwin) - Detective Pete Thornton
- Mal Arnold - Fuad Ramses
- Connie Mason - Suzette Fremont
- Scott H. Hall - Frank (Police Captain)
- Lyn Bolton - Mrs. Dorothy Fremont
- Toni Calvert - Trudy Sanders
- Ashlyn Marton - Marcy (Girl on beach)
- Sandra Sinclair - Pat Tracey
- Astrid Olson - Motel victim
- David F. Friedman (uncredited) - Drunken husband
- Herschell Gordon Lewis (uncredited) - Radio Announcer
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