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Feeding Frenzy (2010)

| Comedy, Horror | Video 2010
A tongue-in-cheek homage to the rubber puppet monster movies of the 1980's like Critters and Gremlins.

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Jesse Camp
Gillian Bellinger ...
Christine Preston
Rich Evans ...
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Carl / Mike Hilton
Jay Bauman ...
Mike Johnson ...
Kyle Johnson
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Call Girl
Jack Packard ...
Larry Plinkett
Jocelyn Ridgely ...
Jennifer
Gwendolyn GaBree ...
Party Girl (as Gwendolyn Graves)
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Josh Davis ...
Phil Davis
Dixie Jacobs ...
Claudia
Anna Miller ...
Cassandra
Keri Lynn SanFelippo ...
Becky
Katey Senebouttarath ...
Megan Sanders
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Storyline

A mysterious old man named Mr. Plinkett is keeping a deep dark secret locked away in the basement of a small-town hardware store: vicious, flesh-eating creatures with a mysterious past. Once these creatures escape, all hell breaks loose and it's up to Jesse, an incompetent hardware store employee, to stop them from turning the town into a feeding frenzy! Written by Jay Bauman

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$25,000 (estimated)
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Trivia

The movie was originally planned to be centered around a 45-minute-long, gratuitous, erotic shower scene. See more »

Goofs

During the first external shot of the Hardware store, you can clearly see the right-hand side of a real, actual "True Value" Hardware cursive red logo along with the R-circle trademark symbol after the 'e' in Value. In a later shot of the Hardware store front, right between the vomit scene and the book-reading scene, the sign outside says Plinkett's "Real Value" Hardware, using a different cursive font and no R-circle trademark. See more »

Quotes

Mr. Plinkett: Oh, here. You're probably going to need this biohazard kit. It's very likely that the tomato paste has aids in it.
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Even the monster is credited: "Beatrice ... herself" See more »


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Jack's One Eye
Written by King's Horses
Performed by King's Horses
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Great for what it is
1 April 2015 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

As many reviews before mine, I have to admit being a RedLetterMedia fan, too. That makes it harder to be objective, but there is a reason why most of the reviews are from fans: RedLetterMedias films and videos are not aimed at John Doe and his Everyman-brigade. Perhaps I'm the first German to write a review about this film; so I will give some additional information about purchasing it. I received my package just today. Please be prepared that the package will not be delivered to your home but to the custom office, where you have to pay an additional German sales tax of 19%. So, if you are not the type of film enthusiast who wants to have real DVD packages on the shelf, you should go with the downloadable versions, which RLM offers as well.

If you're from Germany (hell, why do I still write this in English? Well, because you should understand English anyway when watching this movie...) and you have no problem understanding the RLM discussions ("Half in the bag", "Best of the worst"), Feeding Frenzy might be a bit harder though, because unlike in a discussion where things are said several times, the plot moves quickly and nobody repeats what he's saying or asks for better understanding. Furthermore, Mr.Plinkett mumbles more than he actually talks, which is convenient for the film but hard to understand for foreigners.

The movie itself is really funny, not more, not less. It has extremely funny moments while fans of RLM might have higher expectations as Mike and Jay sometimes don't do their very best acting here - but still quite OK. Also, you might be used to much, much darker humor from RedLetterMedia, I think there could have been much more black humor...even though there already is quite a lot of it in here...

What has to be pointed out are several "bad moments", that are obviously intentionally bad as they pay homage to schlock-movies from the 80s, for example when they are tied to a table and you can see that Jesse's nose is itching and then he takes his arm out of the ropes so he can scratch it... This is not very funny but still quite amusing if you understand the tone of Feeding Frenzy.

Movies like Feeding Frenzy underline the weight of RedLetterMedias movie reviews; they show that they know what they are talking about and that they not only make theories about movies but they know how things work when making a film. In the aftermath, Feeding Frenzy is an advertisement for everything else RedLetterMedia does - simply because it's OK and can compete with other, much more expensive movie-productions.


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