Feast

Feast

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Director: John Gulager

Cast: Balthazar Getty, Henry Rollins, Navi Rawat

     
 

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The hard-drinking patrons of a small-town dive bar are forced to fight for their lives when a vicious family of flesh-eating creatures arrive looking for their latest meal in a fast and fun horror romp filmed as part of HBO's Project Greenlight series and starring Balthazar Getty, Judah Friedlander

Overview

The hard-drinking patrons of a small-town dive bar are forced to fight for their lives when a vicious family of flesh-eating creatures arrive looking for their latest meal in a fast and fun horror romp filmed as part of HBO's Project Greenlight series and starring Balthazar Getty, Judah Friedlander, Henry Rollins, and screen veteran Clu Gulager.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/17/2006
UPC:
0796019795777
Original Release:
2006
Rating:
NR
Source:
Weinstein Company
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Time:
1:32:00
Sales rank:
43,426

Special Features

Deleted scenes; Outtakes; The Blood and Guts of Gary Tunnicliffe; Horror Under the Spotlight: Making Feast, and commentary by the filmmakers

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Balthazar Getty Actor
Henry Rollins Coach
Navi Rawat Heroine
Judah Friedlander Beer Guy
Josh Zuckerman Hot Wheels
Jason Mewes Edgy Cat
Jennifer Wade Honey Pie
Krista Allen Tuffy
Clu Gulager Bartender
Duane Whitaker Boss Man
Eileen Ryan Grandma
Diane Goldner Harley Mom
Tyler Patrick Jones Actor
Anthony "Treach" Criss Actor
Eric Dane Hero

Technical Credits
John Gulager Director
Ben Affleck Executive Producer
Julia Bartholomew Costumes/Costume Designer
Thomas L. Callaway Cinematographer
Wes Craven Executive Producer
Matt Damon Executive Producer
Marcus Dunstan Screenwriter
Steve Edwards Score Composer
Michelle Morris Gertz Casting
Clark Hunter Production Designer
Andrew Jameson Co-producer
Marc Joubert Co-producer
Alex Keledjian Associate Producer
Michael Leahy Producer
Stephen Maloney Asst. Director
Gavin Maloof Executive Producer
Joe Maloof Executive Producer
Phil Maloof Executive Producer
Colleen Maloof Executive Producer
George Maloof Executive Producer
Adrienne Maloof Executive Producer
Patrick Melton Screenwriter
Chris Moore Executive Producer
Kirk M. Morri Editor
Benjamin Ormond Co-producer
Nick Phillips Executive Producer
Joel Soisson Producer
Larry Tanz Co-producer
Alix Taylor Associate Producer
Gary J. Tunnicliffe Makeup Special Effects
Bob Weinstein Executive Producer
Harvey Weinstein Executive Producer
Matthew Wood Sound/Sound Designer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Feast
1. Open for Business [5:14]
2. "This Place Is Hopping" [5:27]
3. "Act Like You Feel It" [5:09]
4. Catch of the Day [5:35]
5. Relax [6:10]
6. Is It Dead? [6:04]
7. Heroine's Story [5:28]
8. Still Out There [5:15]
9. Good Luck Bozo [5:12]
10. Coach's Big Speech [5:45]
11. I'll Keep My Eye on It [5:56]
12. On the Same Page [5:18]
13. Rallying the Troops [5:10]
14. She's Leaving [5:07]
15. A New Dawn [3:06]
16. End Credits [6:43]

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Feast 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a really good besides one simple unanswered question: Where the hell did the creatures come from????!!!! First of all the movie has an undeniable good factor about it. Henry Rollins as a second rate Tony Robbins, a Jason Mewes joke, and a truly funny self referential anyone can and will die at anytime vibe all in the first ten minutes sets the table high. The storyline is nothing ground-breaking, but with the very simple plot, this one makes the most of its cast and writers and turns what could have been a boring dud of a film into an extremely entertaining ride. The movie involves people inside a bar and monsters outside trying to get in. Nothing more. It turns into a surprisingly action packed film for what is basically a one set Rio Bravo remake. Like “Shaun of the Dead” (Another better than anyone could of hoped horror comedy) the characters make the difference. There is plenty of cannon fodder (Introduced in an almost to long for its own good style of captions rating the various bar patrons survivability) and eye candy and best of all a surprising amount of x-rated violence. (There isn't a body fluid not featured in the movie. Finally an unrated cut that is truly unrated and not just an "R" with some deleted exposition scenes.) The movie wisely never explains what the monsters are or how they got there. It concentrates on the real time survival of the bar patrons. Did I mention that anyone can die at anytime? Even your best horror movie watching radar will be put to the test as you try to figure out who among the rabble are the prerequisite hero and heroine. “Feast” again is nothing ground-breaking in terms of concept but has plenty of fun, action, and style covered over by some rough spots. This is simply a good B movie.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Different from your typical horror movie....finally.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago