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  • G
  • 2014
  • 6 min
  • 8.2  (23,867)

Feast is a horror-comedy movie that was released in 2014. It was directed by John Gulager and produced by Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, and Chris Moore. The movie is set in a rural bar where a group of strangers is trapped and trying to survive an attack from monsters. The movie starts with a warning that it is not suitable for children or the faint of heart. It then introduces us to the main characters, who are all trapped in a bar during what appears to be a wild party. You have the bartender, played by Clu Gulager, his son, played by John Gulager, and a group of patrons that includes a bickering couple, a grizzled old man, and a mysterious stranger.

The party is interrupted when a man runs into the bar, covered in blood, and announcing that there are creatures attacking the town. These creatures, later known as 'monsters,' are a cross between different animals like frogs, cows, and insects. They are ferocious and hungry for human flesh.

As the group tries to figure out what to do, they realize that they are trapped in the bar, which has only a few windows and doors. They also have limited resources, with only a few guns and some food and drinks. Things get worse when they discover that the monsters are attracted to noise and light, so every time they make a sound or turn on a light, they risk attracting the creatures.

The movie then turns into an intense battle for survival as the group tries to fend off the monsters, who seem unstoppable. They come up with different strategies to fight back, using everything from beer kegs to pool cues as weapons. But the monsters keep coming, and the group starts to dwindle as some members are killed or infected by the monsters.

The tension in the movie is well-crafted, with moments of gore and violence mixed with humor and absurdity. The monsters are both terrifying and hilarious, with their bizarre appearances and noises. The cast of characters is also well-developed, with each member having their own backstory and personality. The movie is reminiscent of classic B-movies, with its low-budget effects and campy dialogue.

One of the standout aspects of the movie is its use of special effects. The monsters are created through a mix of practical effects and CGI, which gives them a unique and unsettling appearance. The movie also uses slow-motion, quick cuts, and other stylistic techniques to create a frenetic and exciting atmosphere.

Overall, Feast is an enjoyable and entertaining horror-comedy that will appeal to fans of the genre. It's not perfect, with some off-putting scenes and uneven pacing, but it delivers on its promise of blood, monsters, and laughs. It's a movie that doesn't take itself too seriously, but still manages to create a sense of dread and suspense.

If you're in the mood for an over-the-top, gory, and funny movie, then Feast is definitely worth checking out. It's a film that embraces its own absurdity and delivers a wild ride that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

Feast is a 2014 animated movie with a runtime of 6 minutes. It has received mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 8.2.

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    8.2  (23,867)