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First, let me say I loved Feast. It was stylish and was just a breath of fresh air. Feast II: Sloppy Seconds was indeed that - a sloppy second! I understand that this was an attempt at horror comedy as opposed to the first which focused more on scares but I didn't find anything funny in the sequel. Any movie that resorts to having almost every character gag or vomit at some point in the movie definitely loses its credibility as being a sequel to one of the better low-budget horror releases for the last few years. I had no connection to any of the characters and you saw way too much of the creature. In Feast, you didn't see as much and that is what made it so great. In Feast 2, the monsters look like men wearing rubber costumes. It even had a poor quality feel. The first one didn't feel that way even though it was low-budget. I'm really hoping that they salvage this series with the third film because the second one did not hold up to the parent film. Some want to call it slap-stick but I just found it stupid. One of the only enjoyable qualities of this film was Honey Pie but even then, I still didn't understand the point of her character because she did nothing but stumble around the film with no clear purpose. Definitely not worth what I spent on it.
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