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'Grind your meat' w/us at BareBurger w/BLOOD FEAST 1 & 2!!

  • Oct 2, 2013 · 7:00 PM
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yeah, Yeah, YEAH! I KNOW I didn't update this event sooner. I've been bizzy damit!! SO, without further adieu, let me present our double-feature for the evening...

Often called the "Godfather of Gore", though his film career has included works in a range of the Exploitation Film genres including juvenile delinquent films and my favorite, the Nudie-Cuties, Herschell Gordon Lewis is a true Grinder in more ways than one...

........... OK already, enough with the damn dots - what are the fkn movies we're watching?!

We'll be showing two of Herschell's classics, Blood Feast and Blood Feast 2: All You Can Eat. Well, maybe Pt.2 isn't a classic, but the first is considered by many to be the first Spatter Film. Come early to get a seat, as space is limited, and enjoy a drink for the great Happy Hour special they'll be giving us. I recommend getting a rare Big Blue Bacon burger with extra bacon, but that's just me...

We'll start the 1st film at 7:30. Latecomers will be penalized with a whip or flogged with your kitchen utensil of choice.

Questions? Call 411. Oh wait, they're on vacation right now. Guess your SCREWED!

Blood Feast
is a 1963 American low budget horror gore film directed by Herschell Gordon Lewis. It concerns a psychopathic food caterer who kills people so that he can include their body parts in his meals and perform sacrifices to his "Egyptian goddess" Ishtar. It is considered the first splatter film, and is notable for its groundbreaking depictions of on-screen gore. It was followed by a belated sequel, Blood Feast 2: All You Can Eat, in 2002.




"The Dead Won't Die" SXSW Grindhouse Trailer Contest Finalist from Todd Cobery on Vimeo.

This is the trailer I put together for the SXSW Grindhouse Trailer Competition. It was selected by Robert Rodriguez as one of 3 finalists and screened at his grindhouse 101 panel. Sex, gore, violence, guns, and nudity. A woman is taken captive and forced to breed zombies....but she will get her revenge in this homage to the film trailers of the 1970's.

Director: Todd Cobery
Producer: Brady Kiernan
DP: Wilson Webb
Art Director: Sarah Jean Kruchowski
Editor: Sam Heyn
Music: Mark Mallman
VFX: Brian Olson
Special Makeup Effects: Crist Ballas
Starring: Dave Tufford, Heidi Fellner, Eric Hoover, and Klark Eversman
Voiceover: Bill Slichter



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  • Adele D.

    I did not like the movie. But always good fun. Great group of people.

    October 6, 2013

  • Epatric

    Had a good time... Wasn't enough blood in the movies though... Lol

    October 4, 2013

  • Adele D.

    Good food, bad movie but always good fun. I liked the special effects.

    October 3, 2013

  • Jim

    Fun. Laughable flicks.

    October 3, 2013

  • Natalia Tinida W.

    Had a great time watching these, actually I really dug the movies even though they kinda sucked they were still pretty funny..

    October 3, 2013

  • Debbie

    Fun venue, good food. The movies not so much, LOL

    October 3, 2013

    • Kristina

      Just as it should be!...Has a Grind house/Drive-in movie ever swept the Oscars?!?!?!? =0}~

      October 3, 2013

  • Michael Kim Jamal R.

    Who picked those stupid fkn movies? How the HELL did the original Blood Feast gross $4,000,000 from an estimated budget of $24,500? Guess they didn't have any catering for their actors back then, or did they... ANYhow, thanks to everyone for coming out last night, except of course for Mr. Green. Sea ya'all at the next shindig.

    1 · October 3, 2013

  • CG

    Good people, good food and bad movies. What more can you ask for? Good time!

    October 3, 2013

  • Vida T.


    3 · October 2, 2013

  • Vinnie V.

    Tears of joy shed for something so godawful

    October 2, 2013

  • Mike

    Might be a few late, work and such

    October 2, 2013

    • Michael Kim Jamal R.

      As per the event description, you will be disciplined at the door for your tardiness (that does for you too Frank)

      October 2, 2013

  • Frank R.

    I'll be late, but I'll be there.

    October 1, 2013

  • Vinnie V.

    I can maykuhh it, 10 min walkie from workie :)

    September 15, 2013

  • Michael Kim Jamal R.

    FYI - 'no-shows' or folks that change their RSVPs an hour before the event will NOT be eligible to come to any of our future pre-release film screamings...

    October 1, 2013

  • Kim

    What's on the "menu" as far as entertainment for this event? :) Thanks!

    July 29, 2013

  • Jo D.

    Sorry. Just learned unexpected out-of-town guest showing up that night. Dang.

    September 25, 2013

  • Kwadwo B.

    There is still no description for this to tell us what it's going to entail...

    September 30, 2013

    • Michael Kim Jamal R.

      Hum, the description of the films we are showing was always there Kwad, with one small sentence saying 'more info to follow'. I just updated the description, but the info remains the same. Hope that answers your questions...

      October 1, 2013

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