La Noche de los mil gatos (Blood Feast) (The Night of a Thousand Cats) (Night of a 1000 Cats) - Movie Reviews - Rotten Tomatoes

La Noche de los mil gatos (Blood Feast) (The Night of a Thousand Cats) (Night of a 1000 Cats) Reviews

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½ November 14, 2013
A great Hugo Stiglitz film for all of his fans--Helicopter, cats, decapitation, ground meat: what's not to like, meow??
November 4, 2013
Probably the lamest scene of cats attacking humans I've ever seen.
½ July 23, 2013
This is one of my favorite films to reference, but only because it is so terrible.
½ March 9, 2013
Wealthy eccentric is on the prowl, wining and dining young females at his Mexican getaway before preserving their head into his 'collection' and feeding the rest of the carcass to his numerous cats. Mexican film is about the highest camp you could hope to find; I hope the cats were treated well on the set.
½ October 27, 2012
Mexican horror at its finest. A wealthy man stalks women in his helicopter to lure them to his estate and feed them to his cats. I was a bit disappointed by the title. There was only about 100 cats in this. Maybe 150. Certainly not 1,000.
½ October 25, 2012
Bar none, hands down, the WORST movie ever made.
July 7, 2011
As far as "movies so bad, they're good" go, Night Of A 1000 Cats had a lot to offer. Star of Mexican trash cinema Hugo Stiglitz, looking very much like a member of 70's rock band Boston, romances and scores with the ladies. However, once he gets what he wants, he decapitates them, and feeds the remains to a pit of a 1000 cute as a button meowing kitty cats! When the evil bald mute manservant runs afoul of Stiglitz, and gets thrown into the pit alive and is devoured, the film loses a little credibility. I would have been sitting down there, petting them, and had those cats purring like a champ! Despite this, when you view a Psychotronic film, you want 1/2 naked retro women [check], groovy soundtrack [check], howlingly bad dialogue [check], and a gimmick [cats, check]. My only disappointment, is not enough kitty cat action. When the cats do finally attack, it's quite funny to see what looks like the protagonists being pelted by stuffed animals. I can dig it.
½ April 25, 2011
Mexican horror at its finest. A wealthy man stalks women in his helicopter to lure them to his estate and feed them to his cats. I was a bit disappointed by the title. There was only about 100 cats in this. Maybe 150. Certainly not 1,000.
November 14, 2010
Wow, der Film war ÜBERBIZARR! Eine Geschichte war eigentlich nicht vorhanden, die Schnitte waren verwirrend und ergaben kaum einen Sinn, der Soundtrack passte teilweise so gar nicht zum Geschehen und alles war irgendwie... so strange. Davon abgesehen war es ganz cool. :-)
2/5
½ October 17, 2010
I remember watching this movie and it was god awful movie! Every was pure stupid will watching this! The effects where cheesy as well!
August 1, 2010
The Night HELICOPTOR of a thousPIPEand Cats was great, although the ediCHESSting and constant jumping abCATout in time made it worse than Tarentino on PCP, it wGOBLETas still massively entertaining.
½ January 10, 2010
I love b-movies, everyone knows this. Sometimes, they can be overlooked, low budget gems. Other times they are soo bad they're great fun. Still others, they embrace their badness and actual wind up being actually good by being campy. Finally, we have the times when the just outright suck the big one. This, this is one of those cases! At a scant 63 minutes, it still feels over-long. Also, I do not know why the title specifies a singe night, seeing as the movie takes place over the course of a few days; was the extra "s" too expensive? So, it starts off like some weird, experimental 70s romance flick, with Hugo swimming and smooth talking some lady. Hugo takes her back to his monastery, which has been in his family for "generations", and his man-servant/ butler, I swear, use to be a monk there. He dresses and acts like one. So, for the first 20 minutes, no cats, no killing, it's not even night time yet! THen we get a tour of the place, and then they have dinner, then Hugo feeds the newly plump gal to his cats, for reasons never to be explained. He does a similar pattern with two more people, and the third gets wise and attempts an escape. This plot is only interrupted for scenes in which Hugo is flying a helicopter to various women's houses, one which has his (apparent) child. None of this leads anywhere, makes any sense, or feels urgent. The acting is so bland and stiff. The direction is lackluster, to be nice. The music doesn't fit a single damn scene. The geography was awkward, and like the rest of movie, seemed to be made up as it goes along- the monastery is on a hill, next to the jungle (?) by the lake (?). This is never setup and I am only guessing at that.
½ April 16, 2009
Wow. This movie has been butchered to bits. It would have been nice to see the missing half-hour. I take that back, this movie was only an hour long and felt like 3. Don't watch this, unless your idea of a good movie is a dude flying around in his helicopter to terrible 70s music.
February 27, 2009
37 feral cats and HUGO STIGLITZ flying around in a helicopter. Seriously, how can you go wrong?!!
October 31, 2008
these pussys have teeth!
July 24, 2008
really good
must see
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