Feast (Widescreen) Review
Written by: Gardenofstone10
Feast is a soon to be classic horror movie, and for two reasons. One being the fact that it has the ability to give us false hope in a fun, campy way by narrating each characters life expectancy only to leave us guessing what is true and what isn't.
The second, Henry Rollins. I've been a fan of Rollins since the early 90's and to see his bad-ass attitude in horror movies just makes them all the more worth while.
This movie hits the ground running. You never get an explanation of who, what or where the creatures come from. All we know is that a badass nitty gritty bar with questionable ownership is the perfect setting for the gross, the gore and the macabre that becomes Feast.
Key killing: Creature "laying special cream" in women's mouth, choking and killing her, HOW PERFECT! This movie also breaks my favorite rule in a horror movie, and that is that the killer doesn't kill kids. Seeing that boy die in this movie, in a weird way, made me smile and jump out of my seat applauding.
(Editorial side note: If you hate maggots, watch this movie while eating)