Feast 2: Sloppy Seconds

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The writers and director of the original Feast follow the horror from the dive bar of the first film to a nearby town as the flesh-eating beasts prepare to dine on the unsuspecting locals before dashing off to the next well-populated desert buffet. The survivors of the initial attack have lived to see another day, but that doesn't necessarily mean that they'll make it through another night. Upon joining-up a desperate band of locals that include an all-girl biker gang and a tag team of fearless luchadors, the battle-weary survivors brace themselves for another bloody round of flesh-ripping, limb-hacking mayhem.

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Audience Reviews for Feast 2: Sloppy Seconds

  • Nov 26, 2012
    Tone was completely changed from the first film. This time with lots of Mexicans and all the same plot from the first film all over again. It's just not as exciting as the first film. The montage of flashbacks were poorly made. No wonder it's straight-to-video, because the plot was non-existant, and it's simply a gorefest. (And girl power)
    Sylvester K Super Reviewer
  • Jun 23, 2011
    A little weirder than the first...actually much weirder. The humor in it is very werid and non funny, and the characters just get even weirder from wrestling midgets to a tag team of mexicans. The baby scene could have gone cut out...becuase that had bad screening and was stupid\pointless. BUT, I like how you could actually see the creatures in this one and they show them more often. and the bloody scenes are great.
    Jacob P Super Reviewer
  • May 25, 2011
    Same as before with a group of folks now trapped in a small town as they get eaten one by one yet still manage to find time to kill each other and other innocent survivors they find along the way. Following on from the first film with a couple surviving cast members and simply adding lots more blood and gore all over the show, yet losing any kind of quality in the process. This film is a pure B-movie...if that. The effects are very dodgy looking with terrible bluescreen shots, the creatures look even more rubbery than before as they run around in a dodgy manner and the cast are lacking at best. Some of the main characters don't even have a single word to say during the entire film!. The title says it all really, lots of sloppy gooey gory seconds with added goo and gore on top. A purely outrageous monster mash with body parts galore, for the true monster horror comedy lovers and connoisseurs.
    Phil H Super Reviewer
  • Mar 01, 2011
    With Feast II: Sloppy Seconds, director John Gulager amped up his first effort with more blood and gore. The film is packed with disgusting elements that will most likely satisfy the diehard gore fans. Feast II is so off the wall that it cannot be taken seriously. Feast II can really be seen as a guilty pleasure. The over the top violence and gore will definitely not appeal to people who their horror at a minimalistic level. But for fans of say, Lucio Fulci who are used to having blood and guts in their films, then this film is for you. Sure Feast II is mediocre compared to the works of Fulci, but in a way it echoes Fulci because the film is downright disgusting. I understand why this film has been dismissed, and I agree with those who hate it. The way I see it, is Feast II is for a certain type of Horror fan, and like its predecessor, this second offering is a film that delivers on the gore, and gross out horror. As far the story is concerned, there isn't much to consider in that department. The plot is almost none existent and surrounds a group of survivors from the night before surviving yet another monster attack. The attack is B movie quality, but the gore is cool, if you have the stomach for it. The way that I look at the Feast trilogy is that they're films designed to be silly and grotesque. Sure there isn't truly any real cinematic value to be had in these films, but this series does manage to entertain. Not perfect, but decent enough to have a good time. There are a lot worst films than this, if you want truly bad, give Wes Craven's My Soul to Take a viewing. Now that's bad!
    Alex r Super Reviewer

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