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Eater 

"Eater" is an episode of Fear Itself starring Elisabeth Moss, Russell Hornsby, and Stephen Lee. Officer Bannerman is assigned to watch after the police station with two other officers during the night. Things go routinely until a person is brought into holding, who is supposedly ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
... Danny Bannerman
... Sergeant Wiliams
... Marty Steinwitz
... Duane 'Eater' Mellor
... Mattingley
Joe Desmond ... Cop
... Cop
Troy O'Donnell ... Cop
Marie Zydek ... Tortured Woman
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Franco Imbrogno ... Cop
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Officer Bannerman is assigned to watch after the police station with two other officers during the night. Things go routinely until a person is brought into holding, who is supposedly responsible for over thirty "Silence of the Lambs"-style killings. Now, as things go from odd to frightening, Bannerman must determine just who is who because this Cajun killer may be more than just a mere cannibal. Written by bioguyver43

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Eater
7 July 2008 | by See all my reviews

I really enjoyed Eater. It's the only Fear Itself episode that kept me interested through the entire hour. I also liked the fact that the female cop was a horror geek (I am too). Eater will remind you of several others movies, sort of rolled into one concise plot. It was well acted (suprisingly, considering the first 3 episodes)and the setting worked nicely. There are several 'jump' moment set ups, but the the suspense is built slowly enough that you care about the characters. Don't assume you have guessed the twist because, while you MAY figure it out, you'll be pleasantly surprised by the way it is played. Even though you can see the final scene coming from a mile away, you will still cheer for your favorite character.


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