Feast 2: Sloppy Seconds Reviews
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.
Feast II has the distinct displeasure of being the third film ever that I never finished. Not even on fast forward. Hell, even the equally shitty Murder-Set-Pieces got that.
It's to bad too, cause Feast 1 was a great little horror film. Feast 1 was also produced by some big names who are truly familiar with the horror genre, one being Wes Craven, who had nothing to do at all with Feast 2. It's starting to make me think how much pull Craven actually had the first time around. Think about it...Maybe him and a few other professionals stopped most from falling into John Gulager's hands, saving Feast 1 from becoming a complete disaster. Where are your buddies when you really need them, huh? Oh well...let's wait and see if his upcoming film Feast 3: The Happy Finish can tell a better joke. Perhaps John Gulager isn't such a hack after all...but highly doubt it.
On the plus side, the one good thing about this movie were the closing credits. Just skip to that part and save some time!
Feast 2: Sloppy Seconds...sloppy movie...sloppy everything.
However, the film is funny in a tasteless way (one scene really surprised me in it's brutalness, yet I found it darkly comic) and makes me look forward to a third entry in this seemingly high budget Troma production.