|This article needs additional citations for verification. (January 2016) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)|
|Directed by||Jackie Kong|
|Produced by||Lawrence Kasanoff
|Written by||Michael Sonye|
|Music by||Don Preston|
|Edited by||Thomas Meshelski
|Distributed by||Lightning Pictures|
Blood Diner is a 1987 American horror comedy directed by Jackie Kong and written by Michael Sonye. The plot follows two brothers setting up a restaurant as a disguise for them to kill women and collecting their severed body-parts to summon forth the Lumerian goddess Sheetar.
The film was originally conceived to be a sequel to Blood Feast, but it was then changed to be a standalone film of its own. Although general reception towards the film have been mixed, it has became a cult film over the years since its release.
Two brothers, Michael Tutman (Rick Burks) and George Tutman (Carl Crew) are brainwashed by their serial killer uncle Anwar Namtut (Drew Godderis) into completing his task of resurrecting the ancient Lumerian goddess Sheetar (Tanya Papanicolas). Their mission is given to them once they resurrect him from his grave. Anwar Namtut is from then on a brain in a mason jar that commands the brothers. In order to complete their mission, the brothers must collect different body parts from many immoral women, stitch them together, and then call forth the goddess at a "blood buffet" with a virgin to sacrifice ready for her to eat. The brothers choose women for their "blood buffet" from those that enter into their wildly popular vegetarian restaurant. Meanwhile, two mismatched detectives (LaNette LaFrance and Roger Dauer) work together to try to track them down before more carnage can ensue.
- Rick Burks as Michael Tutman
- Carl Crew as George Tutman
- LaNette LaFrance as Sheba Jackson
- Roger Dauer as Mark Shepard
- Lisa Guggenheim as Connie Stanton
- Max Morris as Chief Miller
- Roxanne Cybelle as Little Michael
- Sir Rodenheaver as Little George
- Drew Godderis as Anwar Namtut
- Tanya Papanicolas as Sheetar/Bitsy
- Michael Barton as Vitamin
- John Barton Shields as Little Jimmy Hitler
- Effie Bilbrey as Peggy
- Karen Hazelwood as Babs
- Bob Loya as Stan Saldin
- Alisa Alvarez-Wood as Aerobic Girl
- Al Davis as Blonde Dancer
- Gene Wells as Doctor, Zombie, Wrestling Fan, EMT, also worked with wardrobe
|This section does not cite any sources. (December 2016) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)|
The film has been released on DVD by Lionsgate as part of a 8 movie collection in 2011. It was released on Blu-ray in the US on September 27, 2016 as part of Lionsgate's new Vestron Video Collector's Series line.
|This section needs expansion. You can help by adding to it. (December 2015)|
On Rotten Tomatoes, it holds a 40% approval rating based on 5 reviews, and a 51% audience score. Horror review site Horrornews.net gave it a positive review, stating that "I had a blast watching Blood Diner. It is funny, full of some excellent death scenes, and is just a lot of fun to watch in general."
- Mutant Reviewers from Hell do "Blood Diner"
- Blood Diner Archived September 27, 2007, at the Wayback Machine.
- "Blood Diner". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved 23 February 2015.
- "Blood Diner". Horrornews. Retrieved 23 February 2015.
|This article about a comedy horror film is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|