Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|A Feast of Flesh|
Actors: Amy Lynn Best, Debbie Rochon, Stacy Bartlebaugh-Gmys, Zoe Hunter, Steve Foland
Director: Mike Watt
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
For generations an uneasy truce has existed between the beautiful, blood-drinking prostitutes of Bathory House and a band of vampire-hunting mercenaries sworn to destroy them should any townspeople be killed or "turned." ... more »
Happy Cloud Hits Gold
Undertaker | West Springfield, MA | 12/08/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"A Feast Of Flesh is nothing but a well written,well acted fun film. Amy Lynn Best and Mike Watt play off of each other perfectly Amy is the leader of a female Brothel of Vampires and Mike is plays an Irish vampire hunter. First off don't let anyone ever say indie films are bad, i would put Feast of Flesh up to any of the genre films the studios are putting out today and i think it would beat everyone of them.
Look for some fine acting by Stacey Bartlebaugh-Gmys ,Aaron Bernard,Sofiya Smirnova,Bill Homan,Zoe Hunter and Jeff Waltrowski. Also you get a good amount of gore a first for Happy Cloud Productions. All in all i had fun with Feast Of Flesh and i highly reccomend it to anyone looking to check out a solid film
Also check out their other films
Severe Injuries and The Resurrection Game"
No food for thought...
Franco Jesse | Pittsburgh, USA | 07/26/2008
(1 out of 5 stars)
"What makes a B-movie hottie like Debbie Rochon lend her name--and a scant few minutes of screen time--to an amateurish, zero-budget, zero-talent attempt like this? Porcine scream-monger Amy Lynn Best serves up this vanity product with an extra helping of ineptitude, aided incapably by a few of her posse members. The story concerns a bordello of female vampires targeted for intervention by a group of well-armed holy warriors trying to rescue one man's loved one. This might have been cool in the hands of someone with more than a few bucks to spend. Every minute of this "film" is wasted with cheap special effects (is that Cherry Kool-Aid they're using for blood?), bottom-of-the-barrel editing and high-school caliber acting. No, sorry, that's an insult to high school students. Don't be fooled. The time and money you spend on this dreck will leave a sick feeling in your stomach."
Timothy Collins | Boston, MA | 05/26/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"SPOILER ALERT: This another fun filled film by the folks at Happy Cloud pictures. Their first foray into the vampire genre and without most of the tongue and cheek humor that is in their earlier pictures. The film is ferociously original in the story concept breathing some life into the very tired vampire cliches. First off you have two warring parties stuck in a very uneasy truce. On one side you have a brothel run by a vampire clan feeding off of the unlucky customers. On the other is an apparent off shoot of the Irish Republican Army who are defending the local townspeople. The truce is simple, don't touch the townies and there will be no war. The vampires accidently break the truce and now there will be Hell to pay. Some of the original twists are that it is your belief (or faith) and not holy symbols that ward off the vampires. The leader (played by Mike Watt) is a believer in Christianity so those symbols are weapons in his hands. Another believes in money so his weapon is flashing the green. All in all probably one of the best vampire pictures I have seen in years and well worth buying."