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The original 'Feast' movie was a classic. Its brilliance lay in its simplicity i.e. monsters attack a bar at night and the humans have to survive. In 'Part 2' (of the trilogy) the makers try to outdo (or should I say 'out-gross?') their previous efforts (with very mixed results).
Here, we join (some of) the leftover survivors of the first encounter. However, the 'best' survivors from Part 1 aren't included and the film-makers don't really give us anyone as good to root for the second time out. In short... all the characters are pretty horrible and you won't care when they get devoured one by one.
Maybe that wouldn't be too bad if it wasn't for the monsters themselves. In Feast (1) they were only seen in the dark and had a real air of weirdness and mystery. Now we see them 'full frontal' (so to speak) and they show themselves up to be little more than men in rubber suits.
There are numerous faults with this film: the autopsy scene which goes on too long and just isn't as funny as it thinks it is, the fact that many characters change motivation for no apparent reason, the random psychedelic montage that doesn't really go anywhere and don't get me started on 'the baby scene.' However, its main fault is that it's just all over the place. It tries to break conventions and be as 'shocking' as possible, but without a decent story behind it, it just comes across as one gory 'stand-alone' scene after the next.
'Feast 2' is a mess and is nowhere near as good as the first. However, there are still a few fun moments that make me continue to sit through it (I do own the whole trilogy!). If you loved the first, just be prepared to lower your expectations before you watch this. But, if you're easily offended (or just like a film to have more of a story!) then stay well clear!
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