Poorly scripted, acted, edited, and with some fake looking gore effects which the film revels in. Blood Feast is a poorly made film, but is an important one as it is commonly cited as the first "splatter" film (It's normally cited as the first horror film to use exploitative violence as its selling point) and inspired many notable horror talents such as Stuart Gordon,Tom Savini, and John Carpenter. The film's villain, Fuad Ramses (played by Mal Arnold, a standout of the film), is also said to be the pre-cursor to Jason Vorhees and Michael Meyers. Yes, Blood Feast is a "bad" film, but it runs at a swift 67 minutes and it's oddly charming and entertaining. If you are at all a fan of horror films, you should see this as it's incredibly important to the genre and makes for a fairly easy watch.