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  • Actors: Clu Gulager, Jennifer Wade, Diane Goldner
  • Directors: John Gulager
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish, English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Weinstein Company
  • DVD Release Date: October 7, 2008
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001CDFY64
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #47,527 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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  • Commentary by the cast and crew
  • Scared Half to Death Twice: The Making of Feast II
  • Meet the Gulagers

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Product Description

The monsters have made it into a small neighboring town in the middle of nowhere and the locals have to band with the survivors of the bar' slaughter to figure out how to survive.


Feast II lives in the same kitsch, slapstick camp as gore films like Street Trash and Dead Alive, though it doesn’t come close to either in terms of creativity. Some scenes are so gratuitously disgusting that one feels forced to laugh, uncomfortably, at the mayhem unfolding on-screen. Directed by John Gulager, this sequel plot-wise cares little about what happened previously, and the carload of survivors that escape in the original Feast are gone minus one girl, named Honey Pie. For now, the viewer gets to know a new crew of strangers who bond over the same common cause as in the earlier film, namely to shoot monsters while they try, unsuccessfully, to abandon the town they’re stranded in. Feast II opens the morning following the Feast massacre, when hard-boiled mama, Biker Queen (Diane Goldner), meets a barely alive Bartender (Clu Gulager) and learns of her sister’s nasty end. Embittered, she ventures out for revenge, but not before one meets the characters she will eventually be stuck with. During the first third of the film, photomontage and Super-8 scenes shot in various trailer parks, used car dealerships, and prisons introduce the viewer to the motley characters who will experience the monster wrath. Thunder (Martin Klebba) and his brother, Lightning (Juan Garcia), trailer-bound Mexican wrestlers who care for their crusty grandmother, are bi-lingual, and when they speak Spanish to their relative the film is comically subtitled. Slasher (Carl Payne) and his lady, Secrets (Hanna Putnam), lead a basically dull life until the monsters arrive. There’s Hobo (William Braille), and Greg Swank (Tom Gulager), who takes charge a bit too aggressively. Slow pacing, meaning lots of victims waiting around for attack, drags on, but there are a few over-the-top gnarly scenes that make Feast II slightly hilarious. When a monster is captured and autopsied, phallus and all, green slime spews and human upchuck spouts ceaselessly. The film is a Grindhouse-style gross-fest, meant to make one squirm, and it disregards narrative questions such as, why do these monsters want to comb towns for human flesh meals? In zombie and alien films, one is reluctant to ask why, but at some point the finest films in this genre either grapple with explanation or at least have awesome looking monsters. Feast II has neither. It’s more about sitting back, preferably before eating, for a couple hours of random blood squirting and monster chomping. --Trinie Dalton

Customer Reviews

The most HORRIBLE movie ever made.
I found the first "Feast" to be a pretty entertaining if not overly campy, gory horror flick.
Joseph Izzo
Not sure if that's a good or bad thing with a movie like this.
S. Harris

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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By R. Keeler on October 18, 2008
Format: DVD
I just read the first three angry/disappointed/offended reviews for this movie and feel compelled to throw my own opinion into this discussion.

This movie, like its prequel, is fun as hell to watch. John Gulager clearly loves cheesy personalities and unnecessarily grossing out his audience--it seems like that's the primary reason why he made Feast and Feast II. Both movies are more satirical of the monster movie subgenre than they are commemorative--I would compare them with Scream and Tremors.

The whole scene inside Thunder and Lightening's "fort" was absolutely hilarious, because it's obvious that the movie is incredibly aware of itself during that scene. Slasher's probably the funniest character, but Gulager's writers did an excellent job making Honey Pie the dumbest bitch you ever saw and making that other car salesman (forgot his name) an outrageous sap (I loved that the movie kept putting him in situations in which he could redeem himself and then making him fail miserably).

It's a great movie to watch (especially with a group of friends), and it's pretty unpredictable in a few instances (I noticed the girl who wrote a review a few spaces before me mentioned the baby scene--that was awesome). I would highly recommend this movie to anybody who appreciates a monster movie that can make them laugh.
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Michael C. Mash on October 5, 2008
Format: DVD
I really enjoyed the first FEAST - but this was amazing! Wow, talk about over the top! If you want to be critical, you could pull just about any movie to pieces - but horror? This movie is fun. This movie is gory, offensive, far fetched, etc. This is a movie for company - beer and pizza for sure.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Z. Roth on October 10, 2008
Format: DVD
I'll preface this review by stating I loved the original Feast...LOVED it. It was funny, the effects were very decent, it sported a somewhat known cast, it was unpredictable...just an all-around quality horror flick...

Feast 2...
where to begin....

I'm honestly still trying to process it all. This movie easily has my vote for the most outrageous, over the top, just straight-up ludicrous movie I have ever seen. To make a long story short...there is a scene in which one of the main characters decides he needs to dissect one of the monsters...needless to say, there is plenty of monster farts, puke, crap, and semen to go around.

Despite it's shortcomings (especially in comparison to the original), I rated Feast 2 a 3/5, almost purely on it's shock value. The baby rescue scene alone makes it worth the watch...those who have seen the movie know what I am talking about...;o)

The production value of the film is way down from the first one, but the gross outs, the gore, the shock value...is way up. If you can handle the thought of a cat being raped by one of those monsters...by all means, this is the movie for you. If you're the squeamish type, you may want to pass on this one.

Apparently Feast 3 was filmed in conjunction with this one, so look out for the next installment sometime next year. I, for one, will be checking it out.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By KevinB on November 10, 2012
Format: DVD
This is the sequel to the movie feast. This is even more perverted and over the top than the 1st one. The violence, nudity, comedy, and absurdity is so overwhelming that when the movie ends you will probably be in shock. There is a lot to tell about this sequel, but chances are if are reading this review then you probably saw Feast 1. If you did then imagine everything in that movie to the 10th power. If you can do that you may have an idea of what this is like. If you liked the first film then you should like this one too. It's a gamble though. This movie doesn't make a lot of sense, but that's not really its purpose. It's for entertainment. I think that it has the entertainment aspect pretty much covered.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Brendon Spencer on October 9, 2009
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
in this review. Adventuresome person that I am, there are some places even I won't go, and you can add the naked dwarf to that area.

I loved the original FEAST so wanted to see FEAST II despite the reviews. While I've noticed an odd mixture of GREAT and AWFUL -- which one seldoms sees, I'm in the "rent it if you really must see it" cuz it just didn't have the fun of the original. I do like to collect series (i.e. SCARY MOVIES I, II, II, IV or several ALIEN movies -- of which the last was bad enough they really should stop.) but I really don't see the need to complete this one. Won't be getting #3. Very disappointed in this one. "Gore Fest" is a term I've noted in other reviews, and it does suit.

We find ourselves kind'a carrying on from the last movie with a good character actor and father of the director, Clu Gulager, some bad-a$$ motorcycle babes (yes, I know how sexist that sounds, but when/if you see FEAST II you'll understand), a couple of used car salesmen, and sterotypical dumb blondes. I swear upon all that is holy there is not an I.Q. above 60 in this entire movie, and that unfortunately includes the writers. Stupidity abounds, and not in a funny way.

It gets 3 stars because of the bartender and because I love good character actors. He does the job he is (hopefully) paid to do. The acting really isn't that bad here, it's just that the characters do such stupid things over and over. This is mostly a rehash from the first movie, with the characters trapped in a small town instead of a bar, fighting monsters that have come from nowhere. I wish they'd truly had some kind of good explaination in either FEAST or FEAST II as to how something so big and vicious just managed to pop up and start slaughtering the population.

As it is, the ending, the gore, the stupidy is all fairly predictable.
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