Flesh for the Beast R-Rated Edtion 2003 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
If you want a slickly paced horror movie that makes you think and/or has you on the edge of your seat, pass this one over. If you want a horror movie that successfully mixes horror & humor, pass this one over as well. Now if you are looking for something that’s full of schlocky goodness, this is the film for you.
Flesh for the Beast’s storyline isn’t anything remotely new. It features a group of paranormal investigators who are hired by the owner of a mysterious & abandoned house to check it out. What follows is literally an orgy of sex & blood. The sex comes first, followed by the liberal shedding of blood by the hapless victim. Throughout it all you’ll be rolling your eyes at how stupid the victims are even by horror movie standards & laughing at the sheer amount of nude shots thrown into the film. (Seriously, there’s tons of them.)
Is this film good? No. Does it fulfill it’s basic requirement (to entertain) to the viewer? Yep, as long as this is the type of film you like to watch. Some will absolutely despise this film & throw it immediately into the wastebasket. Others will see this for the schlocky gem that it is & will immediately turn it into an impromptu MST3K session. For what it is, it’s not that bad. It never takes itself seriously or tries to pretend that it is anything other than a cheesy horror movie, which works in it’s benefit.
If you enjoyed this film & want to know more about the film’s succubi or if you merely want to read something in the same vein, I recommend tracking down the comic/manga book that follows the movie. It doesn’t include the movie plot & instead has several new stories about the girls from the film.
About Flesh for the Beast (R-Rated Edtion) (2003)
Starring: Jane Scarlett, Sergio Jones, Clark Beasley Jr., Jim Coope, David Runco,
Runtime: 85 minutes
Director: Terry West,
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