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Blood Feast (1963)

Connie Mason

Anyone who thinks that graphic American screen violence was born with "Bonnie And Clyde" obviously wasn't frequenting the drive-ins when Herschell Gordon Lewis was cranking out his initial "Blood" trilogy; this was the original gore film, existing solely to surround the director's vivid, color-filmed blood soaked setpieces.  Hugely profitable on tiny budget, this, and his subsequent "Two Thousand Maniacs" and "Color Me Blood Red," played the circuits for years to come.

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