Sunday, 9 September 2012

Godfather Of Gore DVD Review

Horror Documentary - Starring Herschell Gordon Lewis.  Produced by Mike Vraney and Jimmy Maslon
Directed by Frank Henenlotter and Jimmy Maslon.

Take an outrageous ride through the wild world of Exploitation Films with this often-hilarious Documentary, featuring interviews  with Cast, Crew, and critics such as Director John Waters, Drive-in Movie Critic Joe Bob Briggs and of course...Herschell Gordon Lewis Himself.

The Documentary Traces Lewis' start in the innocent  Bare-naked world of "Nudie-Cuties"  before he shocked the world with "Blood Feast" (The 1st ever Gore movie).

Lewis Then continues to Assault audiences with such audacious shockers as She-Devils On Wheels, Blast-Off Girls, Just for the Hell of it, Two Thousand Maniacs!, The Gruesome Twosome, The Gore Gore Girls, and the Incredible Wizard of Gore!

Get ready to experience a decade of motion-picture madness- with tons of clips, rare outtakes, and testimony from the people who were there- as  Herschell Gordon Lewis, The Godfather of Gore leavesyou laughing and screaming at some of the most amazing movies to ever play American Movie Theatres!

The DVD Release includes over an Hour of Deleted scenes, H.G.Lewis Trailer Reel!, Rare Lewis Short: Hot Nightat the Go-Go Lounge! and a Gallery of H.G.Lewis Exploitation Art.

I thoroughly enjoyed this Documentary and i Know you will too.

If you are a fan of Herschell Gordon Lewis, Horror, Exploitation , Gore, Horror Documentaries or u just wanna learn more, then i suggest you see  this wonderful Documentary as soon as possible.

5 out of 5

By Chris Dunlop

1 comment:

  1. This collection sounds like an awesome afternoon in the making. I love classic horror and I haven’t seen any of the ones in this particular set. I read a brief synopsis of each movie and it looks like this one is a winner. I was able to find it through my Blockbuster @ Home account and it’s going to be in my mailbox in the next few days. I heard from a Dish co-worker that this collection is definitely worth a rental and I’m inclined to agree. It’s got that old school feel that made classics from this era so great. I’ve already got my Friday night planned and a big box of popcorn in my pantry ready to go.