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The hard-drinking patrons of a small-town dive bar are forced to fight for their lives when a vicious family of flesh-eating creatures arrive looking for their latest meal in a fast and fun horror romp filmed as part of HBO's Project Greenlight series and starring Balthazar Getty, Judah Friedlander, Henry Rollins, and screen veteran Clu Gulager. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 56%

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"It works as a funny and slicker-than-expected parody of the genre."
‑ Richard James Havis, Hollywood Reporter
"When monsters attack, the camera gets all jerky, creating the horror effect known as motion sickness."
‑ Michael Esposito, Chicago Tribune
"A satisfying roll in the horror sack, and I flipped for it..."
‑ Felix Vasquez Jr., Cinema Crazed
"The uncut version is a rip-roaring, blood-spattered blast of high-octane entertainment that is thoroughly enjoyable, exuberant fun."
‑ Steve Biodrowski, ESplatter
"That Feast can so carefully balance well-played horror and comedy throughout its entire running time is a sure indicator that it is bound to become a cult classic."
‑ David Cornelius, eFilmCritic.com
"The first two "Project Greenlight" films got only brief local runs. Feast isn't likely to do much better."
‑ , Boston Globe
"While the reality television series that chronicled the making of this low-budget horror film last year was extremely entertaining, the piece of cinema that resulted is kind of a bore."
‑ Peter Hartlaub, San Francisco Chronicle
"amidst all the gleeful profanity, gross character stereotyping, outrageous interspecies rape and gory grotesquery, an apparent lack of originality is the one thing that should not cause undue offence here."
‑ Anton Bitel, Film4
"A slight, forgettable film, not without energy or humor, with an inexhaustible taste for sending up B-movie trash."
‑ Christopher Smith, Bangor Daily News (Maine)
"...more exhausting than frightening or funny, it is more likely to induce earache than laughs or shivers."
‑ John J. Puccio, Movie Metropolis
"Who knows what might have happened if he had the time and the leverage to smooth out the rough edges, but material this junky can only be salvaged for so much scrap."
‑ Scott Tobias, AV Club
"[Director John Gulager] shows a little flair for the genre, though the editing is so frenetic you really can't see what's going on (a blessing, considering how cheesy the monsters look and move)."
‑ Roger Moore, Orlando Sentinel
"Feast is too knowing and in its own way, too high profile to be born as cult cinema. But it's a reasonable facsimile and as such deserves a look from the genre connoisseur."
‑ Brian Holcomb, PopMatters
"Feast does a good job of sending up the genre while maintaining its horror cred."
‑ Staci Layne Wilson, About.com
"The sepia-toned freeze frames that introduce each character with their names, occupations and life expectancy are a lot of fun, but ultimately the action is cut too fast and too close to be able to tell what's going on."
‑ Annlee Ellingson, Boxoffice Magazine
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