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Feast

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1 h 26 min200618
Customers locked inside of a bar are forced to fight monsters.
Directors
John Gulager
Starring
Navi RawatKrista AllenBalthazar Getty
Genres
HorrorAction
Subtitles
English [CC]
Audio Languages
English
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Producers
Andrew JamesonMarc Joubert
Studio
Lionsgate
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4.1 out of 5 stars

388 global ratings

  1. 56% of reviews have 5 stars
  2. 21% of reviews have 4 stars
  3. 8% of reviews have 3 stars
  4. 5% of reviews have 2 stars
  5. 10% of reviews have 1 stars
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Throda tzenReviewed in the United Kingdom on 11 October 2017
5.0 out of 5 stars
“I don’t know what they are… I don’t know where they came from….” [Hero –opening warning]
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In this 2005 survivor style horror a number of customers get trapped inside a roadside bar by vicious sex craving creatures. The question is, will any survive?
The opening intro which gives a short Bio to each character is both informative but also annoying and could have been incorporated more into the story [lose a *]. Once the action starts there is a very good sense of panic as the survivors inadvertently cause more damage to themselves than the creatures [regain a *]. And many of the comments, logic and reactions are actually seem quite typical of what many would do and say.
The single disc opens to three trailers before offering play, select scene, special features [making of, the blood & guts, Blood on the cutting room floor, out-takes, theatrical trailer] and set-up [5.1 or stereo]. Rated 18 this contains scenes with sexual content, profanity [including F, C & P words] and lots of squirty blood and gore. This may be tongue in cheek humour but it does have a few jumpy moments and some gross out scenes so it’s not for the squeamish, or there again that’s exactly who it ‘s for! Not a classic, but much under-rated and there are two sequels :o)
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Arch StantonReviewed in the United Kingdom on 18 April 2014
4.0 out of 5 stars
Another hunger strike
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A cast of colourful caricatures are draped around a grubby American bar one night, when they are suddenly attacked by a gang of monsters, dressed in what appears to be Lady Gaga's meat dress! And as the patrons of the bar are besieged, it soon becomes clear that the monsters have only two objectives: to eat the cast and spawn more of their kind...

This had been talked about and recommended to me several times, so I thought I'd give it a viewing. And by and large I liked what I saw. The characters are okay with plenty of them biting the dust, as the monsters attack the pub they're sat in, like whirling dervishes. The film is fast paced and has a lot of energy and coming in at a little over 80 minutes, it just about gets away with it's running time....just! There's plenty of gore to be had, but one of the biggest downsides to this is the frenzied camera work, which doesn't dwell on the anything more than a nano~second before zooming off somewhere else. Resulting in confused action, which gets rather irritating quite quickly. Feast doesn't take itself seriously one iota and fright fans looking for any kind of actual scares or chilling horror might want to bear this in mind before proceeding. The humour is largely puerile but in fairness fits the movie like a surgical glove.
Overall, Feast is a flashy, noisy, gory fan~horror that although may not be a classic, is certainly fun. Recommended for people who liked [[ASIN:B0000AGVQ5 Maximum Overdrive [DVD]]], [[ASIN:B005GJTMLI From Dusk Till Dawn [Blu-ray]]] and [[ASIN:B001L4I1Y6 Planet Terror [Blu-ray]]], amongst others..

The UK bluray has the kind of print you would expect for a new movie, but with a chronic lack of any extras whatsoever!!

3.75/5 for what it is, rounded up to four. Although if you greatly like the style of movies I mentioned, feel free to add an extra star.
Mr. J. RydenReviewed in the United Kingdom on 26 April 2012
4.0 out of 5 stars
Thrills and spills
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This film is surely what the words 'an enjoyable romp' were intended for. I only heard of Feast thanks to Amazon, else I might never have sampled the shameless, gory delights it had to offer.

Feast, admittedly, has borrowed heavily from the equally tongue-in-cheek Tremors; the fundamental difference are the creatures. Still, don't let that put you off, it's as good as if not better than the latter.

Now, the intro was an absolute cracker and wonderfully stylised; very similiar to Zombieland's 'rules' but basically a device to introduce each character, a brief biog and chances of survival. Brilliant, just brilliant. No needless 'build-up' just straight into the action. Around the 15/2o minute mark is when it all kicks-off and from then on it's man-eating creatures versus barricaded-in-a-bar redneck types in the middle of Nevada (or whathaveyou).

That is literally all there is to the film. Heck, what more do you want; Casablanca? Another great thing about the flick is the deaths of the most unlikely candidates which nicely turns the conventional on its head. Despite its small budget it does well with the SFX although the only bug-bear is there are a couple of blink-and-you-miss-it scenes due to the speed of the creatures.

Other than that minor gripe, a quality no-frills horror that would be perfect for a lads' night in with beers and munchies.

Buon appetito!
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Colonel DeckerReviewed in the United Kingdom on 27 January 2015
3.0 out of 5 stars
The Gulager family give us monsters in a bar.
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Rednecks, cowboys and fairly unlikable dregs are holed up in their local dive bar when they are warned that a series of monsters have invaded their town and are headed right for the bar. Cue insane madness, where our patrons now must fight and think tactially to survive the night as the monsters loom ever closer.

John Gulager directs, yes the son of Clu- and Clu is here as the badass cowboy bartender. There are a host of characters we are introduced to but not one comes across with any depth, but they do fester lots of anger. Gulager makes the mistake of shooting the violent scenes like a music video, probably hoping to avoid an adult certificate- it didn't work. And the final quarter of an hour is shot in mostly darkness, something you're kinda praying won't happen throughout the movie.

It's a fun fast paced movie that delivers everything it has in 83 short minutes. The comedic moments are left to a minimum, but there are still some unnessasary scenes- we really didn't have to see the monsters making love, please! The script is wobbly- but all in all Feast is fun. But a year later the movie would be relegated to a different league when Frank Darabont gave us The Mist and showed us exactly how a monster movie should be dealt with, with pretty much the foundations of the same plot.
Mr. Jonathon T. BeckettReviewed in the United Kingdom on 11 November 2008
4.0 out of 5 stars
Bloody good fun
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A bar filled with an ill assorted group of customers comes under attack from a family of flesh eating monsters. Well thats it plot wise, but that means that the film is a non stop exercise in munching monster madness and that can only be a good thing in my opinion. Its also very funny, each character gets a character profile at the beginning of the film, including life expectancy levels. For example the character labelled Hero runs into the bar at the beginning of the film, tells the bar customers he's going to save them from the monsters and promptly gets his head ripped off. My favourite characters are salesman Coach(played by Black Flag frontman Henry Rollins) who keeps giving interminable motivational speeches on combating monster attacks, and Grandma(Eileen Ryan) who sits nonchalantly at her favourite bar stool as the carnage goes on all around her.
Theres also some great dialogue between the charcters as they become more desperate to escape. Its nice to see director John Gulager giving his father Clu a nice meaty role as well.
A highly enjoyable film. 4 out of 5
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Roger UllandReviewed in the United Kingdom on 09 October 2019
3.0 out of 5 stars
A nasty bite.
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This is not a grate Movie, but it`s a cool Movie.
The monsters are nasty , the acting is good but the plot doas not deside on witch direction to go.
None the less, I can recomend it becouse despite it`s flaws, it`s verry entertaining and some of the scenes are just awsome.
SDXReviewed in the United Kingdom on 24 April 2012
5.0 out of 5 stars
"..TOP GROSS-OUT HORROR.."
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The original feast movie is still just as classic as when it originally came out, very awesome horror movie that's original and completely insane, the story revolves around a group of misfit characters that unluckily are trapped together one night in a bar trying to survive the night from a pack of vicious killer monsters that mysteriously with no origin come out of no-where, the pace of he movie is great with a few twists and turns that keep you guessing who may survive the ordeal, there's plenty of gross-out over the top gore and blood and monster madness all done on a great budget, this is certainly one to pick up for a good time, great cast too of a few famous faces.

DVD has a decent picture quality.
Features include a making of, outtakes, bloopers and more.
Pal region 2, 83-mins, 2005.
HappyShopper14Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 06 November 2021
4.0 out of 5 stars
Pretty good film
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Enjoyed this film. Detested all the dark (as in lack of light) shots toward the end, couldn't tell what was happening, pretty annoying. Other than that, a decent enough film.
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