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Feed attempts to be a thrilling work of fiction exposing the very real-world ideology of feeders/gainers. What is actually is, though, is altogether a bit embarrassing. The narrative itself has such potential but is executed by stale actors with very little captivation. Give this one a miss, it wanted to turn my head but just turned my stomach.
Totally gross but I was unable to tear my eyes away.
A total mind fun, loved it!!
You feel intrigued as the film grows more repulsive.
Neither good nor bad, it seems it's just here to exist, and make its point. That love is twisted and repulsive as much as it can be beautiful and infatuating. Also that people are sick in nature.
An unrealistic negative view of the FA(fat admirer) and feeder/feedee lifestyle
Hilariously terrible. There were flashes of inspiration however, and in more capable hands this film would be interesting. The premise is sick, disgusting, but very interesting for a horror film.
one of the most sick and twisted movies I have ever seen. I love it.
This Australian production focusing on feederism and cannibalism fetishes is not only a terrible horror film, but perhaps one of the worst films I've ever seen. Whether it's the terrible hollow acting, the nonsensical and illogical plot that just seems to get worse or the gratuitous sex and grotesque imagery of feeder porn, it is just really bad. It doesn't seem to have any redeemable features, as the cinematography is mostly terrible with strange angles that perhaps were meant to be "artistic" and are instead just distracting. The only exceptions are there are some interesting ideas and subjectmatter focusing on society's obsessions with thinness and narcissism. Also Alex O'Loughlin (who plays Michael) gives a good creepy performance and is the stand out of this poor film. There are some interesting elements to this film, but sadly the writing and acting is so bad it fails to bring any of them to fruition, instead floundering in mediocre gross out and almost television style "drama". Overall a terrible film and painful to watch.
By far, the most REVOLTING, DISTURBING & disgusting movie I have ever saw! It's like a train wreck or car accident...you WANT to stop watching (with all your heart) but CANNOT! Good luck.
It's not the best horror film but it is something fresh and new to a horror genre it's very smartly written and well made but it does feel like something is missing with the film. I can't say what it is because i don't know but it is something. it's very well acted and this has one of the best villain I've seen for while. I'd say if you want a horror film thats different then this film is for you. but it is a film you see once and talk about it a little with friends then you forget about it for while.