Foodie is a dark comedy about a food service industry professional who receives an invitation to an exclusive, underground dinner party and finds out there's much more on the menu than he bargained for.
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Mueller
David Berberian ...
John Lando
Alena Koch ...
Hannah
Jeff Alguire ...
French Milt
Tony Hughes ...
Brandon X
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Teddy (as Meredith Leigh Sause)
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Beth
Emlee Vassilos ...
Darla
Gilly Conklin ...
Shannon Von Vester
John Jimerson ...
Greg
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Jennifer Evans ...
French Milt Groupie #1
Stephanie Minervino ...
French Milt Groupie #2 (as Stephanie Rinehart)
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Foodie is a dark comedy about a food service industry professional who receives an invitation to an exclusive, underground dinner party and finds out there's much more on the menu than he bargained for.

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The spider crossing at the end of the film was, as director Christopher G. Moore calls it, "a happy accident." Director of Photography Ismail Abdelkhalek notices the spider as he was filming and held the frame until the spider crossed. See more »

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Low budget but genuinely funny and well written foodie satire
10 July 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Deserves to be a cult classic. Remarkable what they did on a relatively low budget. If you're a foodie, beware - you may find this a satirical but devastatingly accurate candid snapshot. Quite a few good laughs to be had in the finding, too. Thumbs up for Foodie - but don't wrap mine in bacon, please.

Though I really do have to quibble about the cooking method employed. Fingers must be slowly braised, not quick seared, or they are likely to be inedible and tough. Someone didn't do enough research there!

The acting is quite decent, though not absolutely stellar - it's clear in a few places that these folks are at the beginning of their career. The funny parts are well conveyed and there are very few stumbles. Amusing special effects that are only slightly hokey and over-the-top in a fun way.

I saw this at a local screening and would very much like to be able to get my hands on a copy, but as far as I can tell, there is no way to see this film unless you go to a film festival it happens to be playing at. I'm waiting impatiently to be able to buy a copy so I can share this well-aimed satire with my foodie friends, but the producers don't seem to answer their email. Alas.


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