Each actor admirably
matches the part and portrays their stereotypes to exaggerated perfection.
With the help of intentionally riotous dialogue peppering the screenplay,
these personas transcend their farcical roots to become unique personalities
all of their own. Clearly lined with comic twists, turns and hokey
actions (all doused with blood), the film resembles the over-the-top
gore-ific fun that Peter Jackson introduced the world to with Dead
The creatures in Feast are appropriately disgusting Gremlin-esque
creations that spray green sputum and wear dead animals as clothing.
Sharp editing and dim lighting help keep the monsters mysterious
and provide an excellent example of “less is more”.
Though oozey, terrifying savages, the brutish beasts surprisingly
contribute their fair share of laughs and awkwardly hilarious
moments with typically unseen actions like mating, giving birth,
and then being neutered. Certainly not your average monster movie
Feast stands out as a horror movie parody that is actually quite
a good horror movie itself. Truly terrifying sequences interlace
the goofy comedy and succeed in keeping the audience on the verge
of laughter while simultaneously on the edge of their seat. Dark,
abrasive humor, self-referential mocking, and gobs of bloody gore
make this Feast one for the senses.
- The Massie Twins