Herschell Gordon Lewis and David F. Friedman, the director/producer team who made exploitation film history in the early 1960s with their then-daring "nudie cuties" and later the first "gore" films, return to the scene of their most infamous project with this sequel, which marked their first collaboration since 1964 (and Lewis' first directorial effort since 1972). Fuad Ramses III (J.P. Delahoussaye), whose grandfather's cannibal tendencies were ended when he fell into the business of a garbage truck, has inherited the family catering business, which has fallen on hard times. Fuad scores a high-paying job catering a wedding reception for an upper-crust family, but as he's clearing out his grandfather's supply closet, he discovers a statue of the goddess Ishtar. Falling under her spell, crazed Faud begins knocking off the bridesmaids, who unwittingly find themselves becoming a vital part of the wedding banquet. Blood Feast 2: All U Can Eat also features a cameo appearance from John Waters, who has cited the original Blood Feast as one of his favorite films; Southern Culture on the Skids contribute to the musical score.
by Mark Deming synopsis