Blood Diner (1987) – Vegetarian Eyes

16 Apr

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The following are quotes from user reviews on IMDB:

”This movie is the classic old tale of two men trying to construct an Egyptian goddess for their castrated uncle from the severed body parts of young women.”

-rhyatt1

”Michael and George, owners of the best vegetarian restaurant in their small city, have an interesting social life. Where most people go home and spend time with their loved ones after work, Michael and George hang around with their deceased uncle.”

-b. koski

”I played a zombie in BLOOD DINER and believe me when I tell you, it was such a bizarre and sickening experience that I plan to devote an entire chapter to the nightmare in my memoirs.”

-hazmat63

”Unfortunately, because of their similarities, Blood Diner will always be compared to Blood Feast, and Blood Diner is just not that caliber of a film.”

”If you have questionable moral values you will love this.”

-James

”In this universe, a ventriloquist dummy at a bar is all alive, and no one is surprised.”

-blueberry_mustard_101

“It has the best use of sucker punching ever! Two cops stand in a room full of dismembered cheerleaders. The young “good looking” one makes an inappropriate remark so the older cop totally sucker punches him to teach him a lesson. Also, a beautiful scene in which one of the main characters beats the heck out of a customer until he vomits everywhere…Within a minute or so the same vomiting, beaten customer is given a free meal or something to compensate for what happened and he doesn’t even seem phased!”

-Sammy Slick

(via IMDB)

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