Feast

Theatrical Release: September 22, 2006
Feast
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Synopsis

An eclectic group of strangers must band together in a battle for survival against a family of flesh-hungry creatures that lay siege upon an isolated tavern.

Dove Review

“Feast” effectively combines such distasteful elements as man-eating creatures, blood and guts squirting everywhere, and a cast of characters who are so stereotypical that they don’t even have names, but are merely introduced by a title, such as “Single Mom” and “Boss man.” The resulting hour and twenty minutes is a disgusting gore-fest in which a group of about ten people in a bar in the middle of nowhere try and live through an attack by man-eating monsters. Besides the extreme violence, the characters are not the most savory bunch; for instance, the bar’s owner requires one of the waitresses to have sex with him, and young men proposition a waitress as she removes her blood-soaked clothing. With quite a bit of smoking and drinking thrown into the mix, this movie does not merit the Dove Family-Approved Seal.

Content Description

Sex: Man and woman have intercourse, monsters have intercourse, several sexual references throughout film.
Language: A-8; F-58; S-33; B-4; H-3; JC-1; OG/OMG-5; GD-10; D-2; Slang for male/female genitalia-6.
Violence: Man's head torn off; blood squirting profusely throughout, people ripped apart by monsters, woman's leg severed, man's face ripped off, two people shot, several people eaten alive by monsters, man's eye ripped out, man's head smashed, monster beaten with butt of shotgun, woman and monster blown up with explosives, men fight.
Drugs: People smoke marijuana, people drink heavily, people smoke cigarettes.
Nudity: Woman strips down to bra and underwear, and cleavage
Occult: None

Info

Company: The Weinstein Company LLC
Writer: Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton
Director: John Gulager
Producer: Michael Leahy
Genre: Horror
Runtime: 95 min.
Industry Rating: R
Reviewer: Samantha Kubik