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Feast -- Patrons locked inside of a bar are forced to fight monsters.
Feast -- Patrons locked inside of a bar are forced to fight monsters.

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Director:
Writers:
Marcus Dunstan (written by)
Patrick Melton (written by)
Contact:
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Release Date:
18 January 2007 (Singapore) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
They're Hungry. You're Dinner.
Plot:
Patrons locked inside of a bar are forced to fight monsters. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
Awards:
1 win See more »
User Reviews:
Nothing New, but Good for What it is See more (245 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Directed by
John Gulager 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Marcus Dunstan  written by
Patrick Melton  written by

Produced by
Ben Affleck .... executive producer
Wes Craven .... executive producer
Matt Damon .... executive producer
Andrew Jameson .... co-producer
Marc Joubert .... co-producer
Alex Keledjian .... associate producer
Michael Leahy .... producer
Adrienne Maloof .... executive producer
Colleen Maloof .... executive producer
Gavin Maloof .... executive producer
George Maloof .... executive producer
Joe Maloof .... executive producer
Phil Maloof .... executive producer
Chris Moore .... executive producer
Ben Ormand .... co-producer (as Benjamin Ormand)
Joel Soisson .... producer
Larry Tanz .... co-producer
Alix Taylor .... associate producer
Ron Cosmo Vecchiarelli .... line producer: additional photography (as Ronald Cosmo Vecchiarelli)
Bob Weinstein .... executive producer
Harvey Weinstein .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Stephen Edwards 
 
Cinematography by
Thomas L. Callaway 
 
Film Editing by
Kirk M. Morri 
 
Casting by
Michelle Morris  (as Michelle Gertz)
 
Production Design by
Clark Hunter 
 
Art Direction by
Michael Barton 
 
Set Decoration by
Andi Brittan 
 
Costume Design by
Julia Bartholomew 
 
Makeup Department
Blake Bolger .... creature effects seaming and fabrication
Wes C. Caefer .... creature effects mechanic (as Wes Caefer)
Michael Davis .... hair department head
Jamie Grove .... creature effects painter
Snowy Highfield .... creature effects oversuit fabricator (as Peter Caine Highfield)
Steven Lawrence .... special makeup effects artist
Mark Maitre .... creature effects sculptor
Michael Mosher .... key makeup artist
Michael Mosher .... makeup artist: additional photography
Stephen Norrington .... creature effects sculptor
Richard Redlefsen .... first assistant makeup artist
Mike J. Regan .... creature effects mechanic (as Michael J. Regan)
Nancy Stimac .... hair stylist: additional photography
Gary J. Tunnicliffe .... special makeup & creature effects designer and supervisor
Claire Jane Vranian .... creature effects administrator (as Clair Jane Vranian)
Bridget Winton .... first assistant hair stylist
 
Production Management
Nick Phillips .... executive in charge of production
Ron Cosmo Vecchiarelli .... unit production manager
Teresa Zales .... production supervisor: additional photography
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Stephen Maloney .... first assistant director
Davis Priestley .... second second assistant director
Hallie Stoller .... assistant director: additional photography
Hallie Stoller .... second assistant director
Colleen Wassel .... second assistant director
Christopher Wedding .... assistant director: additional photography
 
Art Department
Joe Arnold .... property master
Jason lee Bartley .... art assistant: re-shoot
Bonnie Betancourt .... set dressing shopper (as Bonnie Temple)
Catherine Burns .... painter
Ermanno Di Febo-Orsini .... production designer: additional photography
Ermanno Di Febo-Orsini .... set decorator: re-shoots
Richard Ewan .... painter
Brad Good .... on-set dresser
Emilie Harvey .... lead painter
Josh Hayes .... storyboard artist
Becky Herron .... art department coordinator/shopper
Maria Jaramillo .... painter
Clifford Lecuyer .... painter
Ira Proctor .... construction foreman
Mark Richardson .... set dresser
Jordu Schell .... sculptor
Christopher Schultz .... lead man
Liz Shaner .... stand-by painter
Marina Starec .... assistant art director: additional photography
Brian Vogelgesang .... on-set decorator
Tim Zeug .... construction coordinator
 
Sound Department
David Acord .... sound designer: Skywalker Sound
Steven Avila .... sound designer
Steven Avila .... sound effects editor
Trip Brock .... supervising sound editor
Scott Conrad .... ProTools engineer
Sean England .... foley recordist: Skywalker Sound
Michael J. Fox .... adr mixer
Michael J. Fox .... adr supervisor
Peter D. Lago .... sound effects editor
Leff Lefferts .... digital editorial services: Skywalker Sound
Cheryl Nardi .... dialogue editor: Skywalker Sound
Cheryl Nardi .... sound editor: Skywalker Sound
Melissa Oivanki .... post sound coordinator
Juan Peralta .... sound re-recording mixer: Skywalker Sound
Gene Radzik .... stereo sound consultant: Dolby
Larry Scharf .... sound mixer
Dee Selby .... sound effects editor: Skywalker Sound
Tony Sereno .... sound re-recording mixer: Skywalker Sound
Robert Shoup .... foley editor: Skywalker Sound
Roger V. Stevenson .... boom operator
Kelly Vandever .... sound re-recording mixer
Kris Wilcox .... cable person
Matthew Wood .... supervising sound editor: Skywalker Sound
 
Special Effects by
Fred Apolito .... special effects technician
Chris Cline .... special effects technician: reshoot
Jeff Elliott .... special effects technician
Royce Hager .... special effects technician
Josh Hakian .... special effects director
Kevin Pike .... special effects supervisor
 
Visual Effects by
Dan Blank .... lead compositor
Chad Goei .... digital artist
Jamison Scott Goei .... visual effects supervisor
Josh Hayes .... storyboard artist (as Joshua H. Hayes)
David Karlak .... digital artist
Chris Longo .... visual effects producer
Kevin O'Neill .... visual effects supervisor
Sookie Park .... digital artist
 
Stunts
Hank Amos .... stunt double
Hank Amos .... stunts
Randall Archer .... utility stunts
Nicole Basanda .... stunt double
Allison Caetano .... stunts
Jonathan Eusebio .... stunts
Hiro Koda .... stunt coordinator
Tadahiro Nakamura .... stunt rigger
Matthew Rugetti .... stunts
Nicole Surels .... stunt double
Gary J. Tunnicliffe .... stunt performer
Steve Upton .... stunt rigger
Thom Williams .... stunt double
Boni Yanagisawa .... stunt double: Navi Rawat
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Susan A. Campbell .... digital imaging technician
Deanna Esmaeel .... digital imaging technician
Peter Gray .... digital imaging technician
Harry Hope .... key grip
Eric McCandless .... still photographer
David Schmalz .... video assist operator
Ryan Sheridan .... digital imaging technician
Riley Sidore .... set lighting technician
Shasta Spahn .... second assistant camera
James Lawrence Spencer .... gaffer
Tony Sweeney .... set lighting technician
Brandon Trost .... additional photographer
Michael Frediani .... camera operator (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Chris Bustard .... extras casting
Jennifer Cram .... casting assistant
Brooke Estrada .... extras casting assistant
Don Phillips .... casting consultant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Yaa Boaa Aning .... costumer
Lori Jean Sacks .... set costumer
 
Editorial Department
Bill Admans .... on-line editor
James Mastracco .... assistant editor
Andrea Wertheim .... post-production executive
 
Music Department
Kyle Kenneth Batter .... orchestrator
Cassandra Ford .... soundtrack musician
Kevin Kiner .... additional composer: score
Jerome Leroy .... orchestrator
Matt Mariano .... composer: additional music
Michael Pelavin .... assistant music editor
Michael Pelavin .... scoring assistant
Shie Rozow .... music editor
Aldo Shllaku .... score cordinator
 
Transportation Department
Lori Maxwell .... dispatcher
Douglas Miller .... transportation captain
Ted Moser .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Courtney Balaker .... production executive (as Courtney Moorehead)
Alex Betuel .... production assistant
Chay Carter .... assistant to actor
Mona Coulter .... travel agent
D.R. Curtis .... set staff assistant
Simone De Camargo .... neo controller
Arthur Dix .... script supervisor
Sarah DuBois .... neo art and logic controller
Jamison Empey .... post-production sound accountant
Sean Gowrie .... production coordinator
Julie Hansen .... post production accountant
Chase Hudson .... production assistant
Peter D. Johnston .... production assistant: additional footage
Christopher Kahn .... production accountant
Robert Karpman .... location manager
Gary Kurashige .... on-set medic
Mike Lane .... client services
Jeremy Lawson .... key set production assistant
Heather Manross .... assistant post-production accountant
Sergio Manzo .... stand in/double
Kelly E. Norris .... production assistant
Aaron Ockman .... production executive
Erica Schillinger .... production assistant
Rainbow Shalom Hayes .... craft service (as Rainbow-Shalom Johnson)
Rony Shino .... key assistant location manager
Joshua Smith .... production secretary: re-shoots
Claudia Soisson .... assistant production accountant
Rob Spence .... production assistant
Stephen Sprague .... production assistant
Harri James .... script supervisor (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Kelli Goss .... special thanks
Kevin Morra .... thanks
Chris Nassif .... special thanks
Sage Stallone .... special thanks
Dan Walton .... special thanks
 

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MPAA:
Rated R for pervasive strong creature violence and gore, language, some sexuality and drug content
Runtime:
95 min | Hong Kong:87 min
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Aspect Ratio:
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Certification:
Argentina:18 | Australia:MA (Cable TV rating) | Australia:R (2007) | Canada:R (Manitoba) | Canada:18A (Ontario) | Canada:16+ (Quebec) | Finland:K-18 | Germany:18 | Hong Kong:IIB | Japan:R-15 | Malaysia:18SG (DVD rating) | Netherlands:16 | Peru:18 | Portugal:M/16 | Singapore:M18 | Sweden:15 (DVD rating) | UK:18 | USA:R (certificate #42910)

Did You Know?

Trivia:
The role of Hero was offered to Mark Wahlberg, but he turned it down. Josh Duhamel was also interested but forced to drop out for scheduling conflicts.See more »
Goofs:
Crew or equipment visible: Near the end of the film when the monster has crashed through the wall of the bar, the monster rips off his deer skull mask/helmet to show his true face. As soon as he tears the mask/helmet away, look carefully to the right of the screen. For a split second, you can see the black outline of a person standing beside it. This is revealed in the commentary.See more »
Quotes:
Honey Pie:[Re: first monster trapped and killed] Jeez, it took all that? All those bullets?
Beer Guy:That's the LITTLE one? We can't fight these things! No way!
Heroine:We can still fight them. We just gotta be clever.
Coach:Maybe we don't have to fight them at all.
Bozo:Yeah, why don't we just call 'em names.
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Movie Connections:
References Donkey Kong (1981) (VG)See more »
Soundtrack:
Forgive Me TuffySee more »

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11 out of 17 people found the following review useful.
Nothing New, but Good for What it is, 28 February 2008
Author: mstomaso from Vulcan

First - let's clarify a few things which people seem to be confused about.

* Feast's budget was about $3,000,000.00, not $1 million.

* I am not sure whether the word "independent" should be used for a film which required (I assume) voluntary (donations?) 'production' efforts from Harvey Weinstein, Wes Craven, Matt Damon and Ben Affleck. "Project Green-Light" or not. It's really too bad that their hourly rates don't show up in the reported budgets for projects such as this - would help to clarify a lot of misunderstandings regarding the nature of allegedly independent, supposedly low-budget releases.

* The cast is far from a group of of nobodies. Look them up right here on IMDb. For a supposed low-budget film, Feast relies very heavily on name-recognition and star power.

John Gulager does a very nice job of telling a claustrophobic, absurd, but fun tale of terror and gore in "Feast". It's an old story, but,in this case, it's told very well.

A bar full of archetypal jerks, losers and heroes are startled by a would-be hero's (Eric Dane) violent, blood-soaked entry into the bar with a gun and an attitude. The hero announces that the bar is just about to be attacked by four angry monsters with razor-sharp claws and teeth. The audience is almost immediately introduced to the film's audience participation game. Here are the (unstated, but easily understood) challenges:

* Understand that what is going to happen in this film is obvious and that we've seen it all before.

* The game is to figure out who gets it next

* If you're really good - try guessing how they are going to get it too.

The casting, editing and directing make this film worth watching. The script is fine for what it is, but that isn't saying a whole lot. And the acting is uniformly good - again, for what it is. Watching Henry Rollins ironically playing a self-help con artist with obvious problems of his own, Clu Gallagher comically reprising the roll of the ancient bartender and erstwhile retired gunfighter in a very unlikely isolated desert context, Balthazar Getty as the "Town Jackass", and Navi Rawat as the tough chick mom on a mission is well... just a lot of fun.

The special effects are heavily digitized and there are a number of very noticeable 'digital moments'. I know I am supposed to say that the special effects were brilliant for the cost of the film, but I do not trust the reported budget - I suspect that a lot of very expensive people were employed on a voluntary basis for this film, and it is obvious that their time was not accounted for in the reported budget.

Highly recommended for horror comedy fans and fans of the cast members. Not recommended for those who have difficulties with extremely disgusting gore, and not recommended for those who do not recognize at least one or two of the major cast members.

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