(2005)

Critic Reviews

43

Metascore

Based on 16 critic reviews provided by Metacritic.com
67
Entertainment Weekly
Feast isn't quite demented enough to reach Raimi-an heights, but Gulager uses parts of the monster-movie buffalo even the buffalo didn't know existed.
63
Premiere
Winds up being rather fun. It's not great, but it's certainly not the worst monster movie that I've sat through -- that might be 2003's "Darkness Falls."
63
New York Post
The highlight is a meta touch: A funny on-screen résumé is posted each time we meet a new character.
50
Variety
Forgettable fun for the undiscriminating.
50
L.A. Weekly
Feast isn't the least bit artful, but it is gleefully gruesome, which may be all one can ask of a no-budget monster movie.
50
Chicago Tribune
Follows a common horror flick recipe (people under siege from hungry monsters--so much for Greenlight's search for originality), adding a dash of humor to keep things from becoming too much of a checklist.
42
The A.V. Club
Gulager shows that he truly is PGL's most gifted alumnus.
40
Los Angeles Times
A sad farewell to the promising Project Greenlight concept, this Feast leaves viewers with nothing satisfying to tuck into.
30
What's the difference between Feast and, say, "Alien" or "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre," all of which share the same plot? Patience. Feast lacks it.
0
Zero-star movies are a rare and terrifying breed - films that warrant recommendation only as an alternative to physical distress.

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