Borne out of Matt Damon and Ben Affleck’s hugely successful Project Greenlight series, Feast was one of the more inventive and original horror debuts of recent years, featuring a host of out-there characters holed up in a dingy bar and fending off a family of flesh- and sex-hungry monsters. Now the ravenous, rapacious creatures are back, and this time they’re taking on an entire town as original director John Gulager continues the story and ups the ante – and the gore – in every imaginable way.
In the aftermath of the slaughter that saw a family of grotesque monsters attacking a bar in a middle-American backwater, four survivors made it out alive, including original heroine Honey Pie (Jenny Wade, TV’s Reaper). Fleeing the blood-soaked bar, they make it to a small neighbouring town where a new batch of monster-bait is dealing with their own problems. But when the disgusting creatures follow the trail into the town all bets are off as the locals are forced to band together with the new arrivals to try and figure out how to survive a fresh onslaught.
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