Movies that are slightly off.
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
Looks like the hateful eight got locked in a bar from dusk till dawn style.
I have to admit I'm not that into the blending of horror and comedy, but this one is the exception that proves the rule. The oneliners are fired seemingly without a need to reload, Henry Rollins makes a hilarious character performance, and most of the deaths are pretty neat and inventive. It's truly a sort of cabin in the woods movie with balls, some gore and lots of humor, which I only can applaud.
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.
Each character is introduced with a title card that gives their life expectancy in the film, and it never loses that sense of irony, comedy or inventiveness.
This film shares a lot in common with Intruder, Feast has the same self depreciating spirit and its director has a keen eye for little inventive throwaway shots in much the same way Scott Spiegel does.
I started this off as a 3 star film but the more I've thought about it, the more I realise how much fun I had with it.
Interesting bit of trivia too: this film was the product of Matt Damon & Ben Affleck's HBO show Project Greenlight.
Solid fun with giant monsters.
watched because of project greenlight.
"That's some dirt weed!"
Does this have problems? Yes.
Does it matter? No.
Why? Because Henry Rollins wears pink sweat-pants and says "cheese and crackers", there's grin-inducing OTT gore every few seconds and the creatures are crazy-looking demons that like to fuck everything.
Is this a fun time? Fuck yes.
This is a really fun siege movie. We don't get an explanation of were did this monsters came from, but who cares they are a fun monsters for a great siege movie.
Its a fun creature feature which boggles my mind as the sequels are terrible.
Feast started out as part of Ben Affleck and Matt Damon's reality television window into the world of independent filmmaking, Project Greenlight. Way back in 2005, Greenlight had just finished its first season, focusing on a small character drama. What better path for a 2nd season to follow than a gory, outrageous, and cheap horror movie production focusing on slimy monsters and a dusty bar in the middle of nowhere.
The proceedings were your typical reality trash, replete with cheesy drama and lurid personal minutia. Affleck and Damon struggled to see Feast through nepotism, budget setbacks and battles with over-entitled stars. The major obstacle was Feast's director, John Gulager; a chubby introverted little man who had a great eye behind…
A horror comedy very much in line with the “Tales from the Crypt” movies (with an even smaller budget), this film is apparently the product of Ben Affleck and Matt Damon’s “Project Greenlight” show. I watched some of the episodes but it bored the heck out of me (mainly because the “creative process” for some people is either mind-numbingly dumb or mind-numbingly awful). But a co-worker at Borders who watches more movies than I do (probably because he’s not working 2 jobs) watched this and said it was worth a look, so away we go. The plot: various patrons of an isolated desert bar get attacked by a family of creatures that eat people, eviscerate people, sever limbs, swallow children…
Grotesque and foolish, this movie somehow manages to be good
Many horror fans took this film too much seriously. Hello, this is a Comedy/Horror movie and for its genre it was funny, a bit creepy and very entertaining. Some death moments were really impressive.
Feast became one of my favorite Comedy/Horror films (along with Ghostbusters, House, The Evil Dead, Elvira: Mistress of the Dark, The Frighteners, Tremors, Dead Alive, Shaun of the Dead, Creepshow, Gremlins and High Spirits)
The 2016 (2nd) edition of the list. You can see the original and more info here.
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