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Well they did not really keep us hanging between two and three now did they?
Yes, just a few short months after Feast II, here comes the happy finish to the trilogy. And while this one is not as good as the first one, it is a bit better than two. The focus of this one is comedy more than horror, though there is plenty of gore and once again boobs to keep me entertained, but then I am a pervert who likes a good gory movie. The story has our group of survivors right where they were after the last movie and like the last movie they have to do a lot of stuff to try and survive. They have no need to fear though as a butt kicking gun touting hero, a prophet, and a martial arts master come to the aid of our tired and beat down gang. They have to go through many obstacles on their way to finding a way past the deadly creatures that feast upon human flesh. From the rooftop where we left them, to the sheriff's office, and to a drainage pipe. You will get to see one person tired of the abuse get out of the film fairly quickly, lots of deaths, the use of gunpowder to stop the bleeding, and an ending that made me go "what"? It is far from perfect as the tunnel scenes were a bit dark and they used night vision camera's a bit to much. Still the cast is still funny in a strange way and I like the way it follows the first movies format of introducing the characters and the previous movies combined. It is nice in this entire series that the monsters are a combination of costume and makeup rather than the computer generated monsters of the science fiction channel too. I don't understand why the score is so low here on the same level with the abysmal "Automaton Transfusion" as that piece of crap had no sort of ending whatsoever and the effects were not good even for a low budget movie. Though people here probably took pity upon it because it was a beginner film maker who made it.
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