Written by Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton
Directed by John Gulager
Starring: Balthazar Getty, Henry Rollins, Navi Rawat, Judah Friedlander, Jenny Wade, Gulager's father Clu Gulager, Josh Zuckerman and Jason Mewes.
Well, once again, Rotten Tomatoes and I don’t really agree. They gave this movie a 56% freshness rating while I think it was much better than that.
They fail to recognize that sometimes horror is good not because of an astounding plot or some Oscar winning performance but, just for the simple fact that it is horror. I bet if I looked up some of the movies I just can’t stand (in general, not horror) Rotten Tomatoes would have them rated at like 97% freshness.
This is a great movie for blood and monster lovers. The only real plot is that all these people are trapped in a bar and there are monsters outside trying to get it. While there is an apparent parallel between Feast and From Dusk Till Dawn on that aspect, the rest is just pure horror, blood and gore.
We do get the obligatory sex scene required in all great horror cult classics BUT, sorry nudity lovers, no skin shown.
The thing I loved the most was the comedy. During the midst of all the death and destruction the is so much sly comedy, blatant comedy and disgusting comedy it’s sure to please horror fans everywhere. The way they introduced each character was awesome and unique, to me.
This is such a nasty film to watch. I don’t get grossed out easily but, there were some parts in here that if they hadn’t been funny, would have been wretched. I feel like this would be one of those party horror movies where you just want to be entertained with the foulest and most disgusting stuff you can find. This would go in that group.
Truly a disgustingly and revoltingly good time!
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