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I really liked the first feast and thought it showed a lot of promise for gulager but then I saw this sad excuse for a horror film and am going to have to take it back. I think he tried to get a little to ambitious and the film suffered ending up a sordid mess. From terrible dialog to ridiculous set pieces with out the well done gore payout, Feast had no impact and took way to long to get started.
Another major flaw is how the creatures were shot in the day making them look like some bad film school student footage. Maybe it was the director trying to be Tarantino with flash cuts and edits but the film tried harder to be a bad action movie than anything horrific.Someone else should take a swing at this franchise as its taken a turn for the worse and its too bad.
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