Remembering Feast

Every once and a while a film comes out with little attention towards it, and as a result, it turns out to be a decent watch. Feast is exactly that kind of film. The film tells the story of an unlucky group of people in a remote bar, who must fight for their lives as a family of hideous monsters attack them. What ensures then is 90 minutes of intense gore and balls to the wall action.

Now, we’re not saying Feast is a masterpiece, and it lines more in the cult classic section rather than the critical, but for what it is, it does what it needs to do — entertain. It was rather interesting as to how the film was conceived, stemming from being the winner of the documentary series, Project Greenlight, which allowed amateur filmmakers to be in with a chance to have their work produced.

The film stars Feast is directed by John, written by Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton and stars Balthazar Getty, Henry Rollins, Navi Rawat, Judah Friedlander, Jenny Wade, Clu Gulager, Josh Zuckerman and Jason Mewes.

It is worst checking out!

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