- Drink whenever there is a perfectly timed radio announcement.
- Whenever someone says "Ishtar", yell "Ishtar!" and drink.
- Drink whenever Fuad procures yet another ingredient for his "Blood Feast".
When important people sit down and draw up lists of important films, you know what's going to be on it: "Birth of Nation", "Battleship Potemkin", "Citizen Kane", etc. But while those films might have influenced great cinema, we here at DST3K want to show you a truly important film: the world's first splatter film, "Blood Feast."
Before 1963, director Herschell Gordon Lewis hadn't made much of a mark in the film industry save for a few barely-watched exploitation films ("Living with Venus", "Daughter of the Sun"), but that changed to everyone's jaw-dropped surprise when he made a film that not only showed pretty girls getting killed, but one that did not cut away when the knife came down, drenching the screen in fake blood and sheep organs.