Many favorites, as well as a small handful of films that I don't care for... in no particular order (1960-2014).
Patrons locked inside of a bar are forced to fight monsters.
Killer alien monsters that look like the love children of Ghoulies and Critters invade a local bar and it's up to the surviving patrons to work as a team to kill the monsters, but more importantly survive the night in this Project Greenlight funded monster horror Grindhouse-esque good time of a film. Totally awesome bumper sticker. Balthazar the Bozo. The wheelchair badass. Jay minus Silent Bob. The life expectancy odds shown on screen for each character as we meet them is kinda cool, totally different, and I like it a lot. Really weak ganja. Remember when Henry Rollins used to be cool? Crap the day? Dr. McSteamy without his stethoscope. Total carnage. Trucker hats kick ass. The killer monsters sure…
Reviso la trilogía en el décimo aniversario de la original. Esta locura salió de un programa donde se buscaban directores de cine.
Nosotros sólo buscamos cocineros. Puedes comprobarlo si ves los últimos estrenos españoles.
An audacious take on the 'monster flick', 'Feast' is both, daring and pretty damn unconventional in telling the story, which comes as a surprise for a straight-to-DVD release.
I liked it.
Gramma is the best.
This movie had me at "Life Expectancy: Expects Nothing from Life" ;D
Pretty much a B-Movie masterpiece.
Feast is a fun monster movie with lots of gore and violence. It is in no way groundbreaking or original, but it has a lot of energy and a wicked sense of humor which make it very watchable.
There isn't much I don't love about this film. Everything here is geared towards laughs - the clichéd horror character types and their introductions, the over the top gore, the fucking crazy monsters, the surprises that come from left field (and the balls to do them!), every single death. So many giggles, Feast is a riot and one of the best times one can have with horror. Never gets old, in fact it is ageing gracefully and with wondrous beauty
Nice funny horror movie.
Fun style can only save a bad script so far. There's just too many characters and not enough personality to go around. The character cards end up being the best part. That said, this is still easily the best Project Greenlight film...so far.
OCTOBER 2015 HORROR MOVIE #6
Man, I'm striking out on creature features this season. This was a chore to sit through. It starts off really well with the "character bio" gimmick and a crazy first twenty minutes, but it becomes quickly obvious the writers just ran out of stuff to do. The dialogue and characters aren't even close to being entertaining enough to support the dead air in the bar when nothing's going on, and all the creature attacks are the same: someone gets too close to a window, a monster smashes through, a lot of blood flies, repeat. The creature design at the end when we finally see them is pretty cool, Clu Gulager is always a welcome presence,…
Why has it taken me this long to see this gem?
B-movie heaven it's AVP meets Dusk til Dawn meets Tremors...
The comedy did not work for me, and I felt the movie was too eager to start the action, consequently leaving me detached from the characters. The characters also felt too apathetic, especially at the beginning. The editing of the action sequences was way too frenetic, which, at times, in conjunction with poor lighting became too hard to follow, taking me out of the experience. The gore was satisfactory, but nothing memorable.
I recently watched season 3 of "Project Greenlight" which documented the development and shooting of this for Dimension films. In the first episode producers Matt Damon, Ben Affleck and Wes Craven all find it to be a terrible screenplay, but the heads at Dimension insist on it believing it was marketable. They were both right, the movie sucks but it made money hence Feast 2 and 3.
-Henry Rollins is just embarrassing in this. For such a high falooting guy he sure appears in his share of dreck.
-Judah Friedlander is so disgusting and annoying in this he might as well have played the monster. No makeup needed for this bum.
-Showing their screenwriting prowess the writers have come up…
31 Days of Horror- Film #4
Horror movies are by far my favorite, so I've decided to make a list with all of them I remember…
Movies in which a cock is destroyed.
In anticipation of my upcoming short film, "Sudden Infant Death Syndrome", I've organized…