If you can put up with movies with pocket money budgets, extremely bad acting, unknown actors, ridiculous plots, crappy dialogue, and scenes of complete pointlessness, then you'll probably get through watching "Flesh for the Beast" without suffering too much infront of your TV.
When a turn-of-the-century occultist conjures a group of horrific demons, there's hell to pay in Lord of the G-Strings director Terry West's erotic horror opus Flesh for the Beast. After Alfred Fische... read more
DVD Release Date: October 28, 2003
Stats: 53 reviews
Flixster Reviews (53)
May 5, 2007
January 16, 2013
A crappy retread of a Shining or House on Haunted Hill, among many other similar themed movies. Flesh for the Best only offers an awesome Buckethead score that is a mix of Death Cube K sounding and his classic riffs and shreds. The acting is bad, script sucks, and the makeup is w...
April 30, 2012fb714907265
The good things about this movie (gore and nudity) are ultimately snuffed out by bad acting, forgettable characters, bad editing and too many moments that should have been scary, but were just awkward and dull.
July 21, 2009
The acting ranges from awful to adequate, the production is clearly low budget, needlessly gory and very fake at that. It's just stupid.
July 9, 2009
A NY Times reviewer gave this a positive review. Goes to show, you just have to make your own conclusions. I saw this back in 2003 and there's inexplicably a manga out that is loosly relataed to the film, so it made me look at this again. I wish I hadn't.
How they got classic ...
October 18, 2007
badly lit and horribly acted, its still entertaining enough to sit thru, and buckethead composed it...so that kicks ass.
if you don't like Buckethead....die.
July 10, 2007
The opening scene was pretty good, but the rest of the movie was a sorry excuse for sex/nudity and bad gore.
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