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Director John Culager continues to push the envelope of horror to its very extreme with this second entry in his brilliant realized Feast trilogy. While this is an extraordinarily violent and bloody film, Culager doesn't sacrifice character development in order to satisfy the blood thirst of the audience. Over the course of the first two films, we come to care about these people as they fight for their very lives and the survival of civilization itself. The creatures themselves are truly grotesque, monstrous beasts that show no mercy to any human. The lack of mercy and the depiction of some brutal savagery inflicted upon the most innocent is a courageous cinematic choice by Culager and it is the fact he is unafraid, never turning his camera away from the inevitable that distinguishes him as an artist. Once again, this cast excels and Clu Culager gives another astonishing performance that stands out in a long and celebrated career.
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