Step One: Go to www.random.org.
Step Two: Pick a Number.
Step Three: GET WEIRD!
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.
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
Occupation: recently fired college student
Life Expectancy: hopefully long enough to finish this review...
Equal parts hilarious as it is absolutely absurd and disgusting, FEAST is an incredibly underrated creature feature. Alone and trapped in deserted bar out in the middle of the desert, a small group of locals must battle weird alien monsters if they want to survive the night, and while that may sound very "been there, done that", it's this film's love and approach to old school splatter films that makes it so special.
This is everything a goofy little R-rated monster flick should be. It's ridiculously graphic and foul in all the best ways possible, while also being accompanied by an incredibly nasty sense…
An enjoyable gore fest with weird sex-obsessed monsters and a band of hoodlums and morons you will have to look twice to believe it. Yet, it is all tongue tongue-in-cheek, even featuring "introduction sheets" for each character discussing the "life expectancy" (Ranging from "Not to good" to "Does not expect anything from life", oooh - what a pun). The film is quite gory but always in such an exaggerated fashion, it never becomes as grizzly and misanthropic as similar horror films. The guessing game can be played with bravado, there are many victims and dopeheads to choose from. Even though some characters were just made to be chewed up by the critters, others make it harder to predict where they…
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.
Hidden gem..funny and gory
This movie shocked the hell out of me the first time I saw it.
It barely phases me anymore.
Still, the special effects are great.
the acting is decent.
the story is simple, but sweet.
The cinematography is half good and half pretty terrible.
It doesn't escape having a very stylistic feel to it.
Still, it's a pretty solid monster movie, with some okay comedic aspects.
Impressively gory and slimy, if not always impressively acted (I love Henry Rollins, but his thespian skills are, shall we say, somewhat limited - and I'm sure he'd agree with me) 'B'-level romp. In spite of its limitations, I actually enjoyed this 'siege-in-a-barroom' flick far more than Jeremy Saulnier's rather overrated GREEN ROOM!
This just made me want to re-watch Tremors.
Review #29 of Scavenger Hunt 19 (October 2016)
(29) A film that's an absolute bloodbath
Feast doesn't really waste a moment in becoming a 'not your average horror movie' type movie. Within the first 10 minutes, shit has already hit the fan. You get just enough character development to make the people seem slightly human, but the movie just doesn't really have time for any real insight. What the movie does excel at is an amazing amount of gross deaths. Those monsters are pretty darn good-looking too. Unfortunately, besides maybe the monster designs, nothing really carries any weight after viewing that you can point to as standing out. However, Feast does offer enough raw entertainment for a single viewing.
This might be the funnest movie I've seen this year! A chamber horror/thriller involving a gang of unlikely survivors taking on a family of ferocious monsters. The editing and cinematography was really fluid. It keeps your attention tuned into to where it must be at all times. The way they introduced characters should come off as lame, but when you realize how brutal the movie is, it all makes for some well needed light hearted humor amidst lots of pain. Much like Zack Snyder's Dawn of the Dead, this movie takes the time to develop the very large cast of characters, all with unique personalities and motives.
It's like a video game without needing to keep…
FEAST (2005): A whole lot of fun, if a little too chaotic at the end. Gruesome goblins & fun with gender norms. Well-done character intros.
Excellent pull-no-punches splatter-fest. If you're looking for restraint, look elsewhere. This one goes for the jugular and rips it out, literally.
Thank goodness for HD-DVD. The only way you can own the actual unrated version in high-def.
I watched the Project Greenlight series about the making of this film a while back and had never got around to watching the finished product.. what a terrible piece of shit. Everything is shot in such a hurried, blurry manner that it's hard to tell what's going on half the time with cuts to different camera angles happening so quickly that you can barely register what you're seeing before it changes to the next shot. It was clear from the series that Gulagher wasn't getting on with his cast and it shows here as none of the actors put in anything more than a wooden performance. I fell asleep half way through and have zero interest in finishing it.
Step One: Go to www.random.org.
Movies that are slightly off.