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Writers (WGA):
Patrick Melton (written by) &
Marcus Dunstan (written by)
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Release Date:
17 February 2009 (USA) See more »
They're Not Leaving Till They Get Dessert
The survivors are saved by the mysterious prophet, Short Bus Gus, who seemingly has the ability to control the beasts... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Well they did not really keep us hanging between two and three now did they? See more (32 total) »


  (in credits order)

Jenny Wade ... Honey Pie

Martin Klebba ... Thunder

Carl Anthony Payne II ... Slasher (as Carl Anthony Payne)
Juan Longoria García ... Lightning

Diane Ayala Goldner ... Biker Queen

Johanna Putnam ... Secrets (as Hanna Putnam)
Tom Gulager ... Greg Swank
William Prael ... Hobo
Chelsea Richards ... Tat Girl

Clu Gulager ... Bartender
Melissa Reed ... Tit Girl

John Allen Nelson ... Shitkicker

Megan Brown ... Woman Stranger

Josh Blue ... Prophet
Lacie Manshack ... Puker Girl

Craig Henningsen ... Jean Claude Segal
Lena Clark ... Puker Model
Raphael 'Elvis' Coca ... Mariachi Dude
Vance Hartwell ... Hybrid Beast
Mike J. Regan ... Beast (as Mike Jay Regan)
Tim Jarvis ... Beast
Jeff L. Deist ... Beast (as Jeff Deist)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kip Cummings ... Bloody Man
Mysti Nash ... Woman Stranger
Oliver Simor

Directed by
John Gulager 
Writing credits
Patrick Melton (written by) &
Marcus Dunstan (written by)

Produced by
Michael Leahy .... producer
Chris Moore .... executive producer
Ron Cosmo Vecchiarelli .... line producer
Bob Weinstein .... executive producer
Harvey Weinstein .... executive producer
Original Music by
Stephen Edwards 
Cinematography by
Kevin Atkinson 
Alexandre Lehmann 
John Gulager (uncredited)
Film Editing by
Kirk M. Morri 
Casting by
Monika Mikkelsen 
Production Design by
Ermanno Di Febo-Orsini 
Art Direction by
Michael Barton 
Set Decoration by
Marina Starec 
Costume Design by
Julia Bartholomew 
Makeup Department
Mandi Crane .... makeup artist (as Mandi Maugh)
Michael Davis .... key hair stylist
Jed Dornoff .... makeup artist
Vance Hartwell .... special makeup effects artist
Emma Jacobs .... assistant makeup effects artist
Michael Mosher .... makeup department head
Erin Draney .... special makeup effects artist: Optic Nerve Studios (uncredited)
Production Management
Christian Agypt .... unit production manager: Los Angeles
Sean Gowrie .... production supervisor
Carey Len Smith .... post-production executive
Matthew Stein .... executive in charge of production
Ron Cosmo Vecchiarelli .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Danny 'Dano' Anderson .... second assistant director: second unit
Bryan Boardley .... second second assistant director
Thomas Kuk .... first assistant director
Ben Ledoux .... second assistant director
Travis Taylor .... first assistant director (reshoots)
Gary J. Tunnicliffe .... second unit director
Art Department
Jason lee Bartley .... leadman
Bethany Barton .... painter (as Bethany Hogan)
Bonnie Betancourt .... property master (as Bonnie Temple)
David Easley .... painter
Richie Hollis .... prop maker
Phillip Joffrion .... set dresser
Jarrette Moats .... art department coordinator
Sound Department
Steven Avila .... sound designer
Trip Brock .... supervising sound editor
Gary Day .... production sound mixer
Caleb Easter .... sound editor
Chris Hixon .... boom operator
Matt Hovland .... commentary mixer
Ron King .... production sound mixer
Peter D. Lago .... supervising sound effects editor
Michael Lengies .... sound mixer
Greg Mauer .... foley mixer
Rick Owens .... foley artist
Alexander Pugh .... sound effects editor
Mark A. Rozett .... sound re-recording mixer
Jason Shaffer .... sound effects editor
Kelly Vandever .... sound re-recording mixer
Brian S.M. Wroth .... adr editor
Brian S.M. Wroth .... dialogue editor
Special Effects by
Anthony Julio .... special effects
Neil Stockstill .... special effects coordinator
Rebecca Walker .... special effects technician
William Crawford .... model maker (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Teague Chrystie .... compositor
Teague Chrystie .... digital artist
Chad Goei .... visual effects supervisor
Brandon Miletta .... digital compositor
Brandon Miletta .... visual effects artist
Ron Moon .... visual effects producer
James Pina .... digital effects artist
Michael Scott .... compositor
Jonathan Sims .... digital effects artist
Dax Siplin .... paint/rotoscope artist
Steve Strassburger .... digital compositor
Andrew E. Tilles .... compositor
Gene Warren III .... compositor
Lena Clark .... stunts
Clay Dix .... utility stunts
Lex D. Geddings .... stunt coordinator
Martin Klebba .... stunts
Haley Nott .... stunt double: Jenny Wade
Bryon Weiss .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Matt Ardine .... gaffer
Tiffany Aug .... first assistant camera
Jayson S. Coddington .... lighting technician
John Gregory Edwards .... lighting technician
Halle Fischer .... second assistant camera
Franklin Jones II .... grip
David Kane .... best boy electric
Benjamin Kilmer .... best boy
Jaxy Ku .... second unit assistant camera
Alexandre Lehmann .... camera operator
Robert Owen .... lighting technician
Vince Palomino .... key grip
Alex Willson .... lighting technician
Casting Department
Jay DeFelice .... extras casting coordinator
Ryan Glorioso .... location casting
Christian Juneau .... casting assistant
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Gayle Anderson .... wardrobe assistant
Ashlyn Angel .... set costumer
La Shan Knox .... set costumer
Frances LeCompte .... seamstress
Editorial Department
Sara Hanson .... assistant editor
Jacob K. Johnson .... first assistant editor
Patrick McElroy .... colorist
Music Department
Eric Jasper .... music editor
Michael Pelavin .... composer: additional music
Transportation Department
Gerald Hardy .... transportation co-captain
Gary L. Horton .... driver
Janet Perrotti .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Cris Alex .... makeup effects intern
Aaron Askew .... first assistant accountant
Barbara Babb .... production assistant
Dave Brown .... production assistant
David Brown .... production assistant (as David Addison Brown)
Korey Budd .... production secretary
Jennifer M. Byrne .... post-production accountant
Robert Cline .... on set medic
Raphael Di Febo .... production assistant
Arthur Dix .... script supervisor
Chevy Douglas .... production assistant
Trena Edwards .... set production assistant
Destin E. Gautier .... accounting clerk
Winston A. Hall .... production secretary
Vance Hartwell .... puppeteer
Mariah Breitel Hembree .... post script services (as Mariah Breitel)
Jeff Hynick .... executive in charge of business and legal affairs: Dimension Films
Stephen Imhoff .... makeup effects intern
Holly Jordan .... office production assistant
Andrew Lovell .... office production assistant
Joshua Smith .... production coordinator
Claudia Soisson .... assistant production accountant
Travis Taylor .... key set production assistant
Michelle Tonjes .... stand-in (as Michelle Lott)
Scott Willmann .... production accountant
Katrina Wolfe .... production executive: Dimension Films

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Feast 3: The Happy Finish" - USA (alternative title)
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Rated R for pervasive strong horror violence and gore, disturbing images, language throughout, and nudity
80 min
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »

Did You Know?

Shot in nineteen days.See more »
Revealing mistakes: When Slasher's stomach is about to burst, we see a shot where the lighters get turned of by the blood coming out of his bursting stomach, but in the next frame, his stomach is just starting to burst.See more »
Movie Connections:
References Feast (2005)See more »
The Ballad of Feast (Parte Uno, Parte Dos, Parte Tres)See more »


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What are the differences between the R-Rated Version and the Unrated Version?
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18 out of 26 people found the following review useful.
Well they did not really keep us hanging between two and three now did they?, 25 February 2009
Author: Aaron1375

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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