Medallion Releasing has set an April 28 theatrical release date for German director Marcel Walz’s remake of Blood Feast, the 1963 H.G. Lewis classic that carries the distinction of being the very first splatter film. Walz’s credits include Seed 2 and Le Petite Mort (Little Death).
Robert Rusler, they called him “Mad” Max in Weird Science, plays an American restaurateur in France, moonlighting at a museum where he falls for an Egyptian deity demanding human sacrifice, including the lives of his wife and daughter, played by stunner Sophie Monk.
Horror fans will know Monk from her nude-acting roles in the 2009 slasher The Hills Run Red and the 2007 horror comedy Sex and Death 101.