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Feeding the Masses (2004)

R | | Horror | Video 16 August 2005
A darkly satiric horror film that takes an acid look at the current state of the news media while a mysterious plague is bringing the dead back to life. A small group of news reporters and ... See full summary »




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Credited cast:
Billy Garberina ...
Rachel Morris ...
Michael Propster ...
Agent Barnes
Walter Cotter ...
Chad Santos
Brenda Hogan ...
Victor Martins ...
Fred Berman
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Red Zombie
Jeff Bogan ...
News Photographer 1
Mysterious Man
Nikky Irene ...
Waitress / zombie in net
Donald Lamelin ...
Grieving Man
Scientist on TV
Salvatore Marchese ...
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A darkly satiric horror film that takes an acid look at the current state of the news media while a mysterious plague is bringing the dead back to life. A small group of news reporters and their military escort set out to tell the truth about what's happening in the world, despite the government's efforts to take control of the media. Written by Jeremy Owen

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zombie | satire | pot | See All (3) »


End of the world... News at 11.



Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence/gore, language, some sexuality and drug use




Release Date:

16 August 2005 (USA)  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Various crew members appear throughout the movie in small roles. See more »


When the station manager is getting yelled at by Agent Barnes, Shelly is wearing the same shirt she had on the day before, as are Torch and James. A minute later in the breakroom, she has a completely different top on. See more »


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Disgusting to say the least
16 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

First, a little summary. This reporter named Torch is basically trying to get out the story of a zombie outbreak and finds the military & government censoring him. Nice message, government censorship and all that, but the way they DID the movie was, well let me explain.

This movie is beyond description. The idea that somebody holds it in higher regard than anything by George Romero is justification enough for the reviewer to be committed to a mental institution. The script is atrocious on its own, like it was written by a sixth grader.As for special effects, I understand that independent films have low budgets, and some gore effects looked acceptable, but if you want a scene with fire, here's a tip: buy some nonflammable material, have an extinguisher ready, and get a fire going! Don't digitally add it in and make it look like an explosion from a Nintendo 64 game. The acting, well let's put it this way. In my summer theater program, a cold reading of the script is, compared to this, The Godfather. I won't even go into the inconsistencies. Find them yourself.

What disturbed me the most, though, was when everything was finished after shooting and editing, somebody might have said, "Okay, this looks good. Let's release it." It sends a chill down my spine to even think about it, to think somebody felt that this was good enough for DVD release. This isn't DVD quality. This isn't Sci-Fi channel quality. Hell, this isn't even film school quality. If you were to submit this in for a project at a film school, you would get an F. No, not even an F, more like an F-. I wouldn't be surprised if he would try to get you expelled.

I felt used after I saw this thing. Blockbuster and the makers of this movie have my money right now, and I'd prefer not to think of what they're doing with it. I have been the pawn of some elaborate, nefarious scheme at legalized theft, and it doesn't feel good to think that I walked right into it, looking at the back cover with pleasant memories of 28 Days Later only to find a film Ed Wood would watch and say afterwards, "I didn't much care for this." This film is the single most terrible movie I have seen. I have not seen anything by Ed Wood, but I have confidence this is worse. If you are looking for serious cinema, so much as being within ten feet of it will probably give you a bad headache. If not, I still recommend that you personally write the director and ask how he sleeps at night. However, if you are the kind of person who get a laugh out of really bad stuff then I recommend you check this out. You won't be disappointed.

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