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A Second Course of Feast

(Jenny Wade)

(Jenny Wade)

Coming back for some reason is Feast 2: Sloppy Seconds, now just recently released to DVD and featuring terror hotties Jenny Wade and Diane Goldner.

Set the morning after a long siege at the bar in the middle of nowhere, the flesh eating beasties that kept our barflies occupied for so long, are now loose and running amok in the nearby town.  Those few survivors of the barfight royale are left to join with a group of local survivors with one goal: stay alive at any cost.

You’ve got to hand it to a movie is so devoted to the bizarre that it will include not only an all girl biker gang but also several midgets.  After watching Feast, and finding it at least marginally palatable, I found myself looking forward to the second course.  Even if I wasn’t terribly fond of the name “sloppy seconds”.  Like you couldn’t just use the obvious metaphor of second course?  Is that just too difficult for you?  Not sufficiently offensive for no clear purpose?

But that small aesthetic point aside, we still have a solid array of action and horror elements combining to give us what should be a real donnybrook of a film. 
There’s lots of reasons to go get a hand on Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer, but even one is good enough.

No Cleaning Up From These Sloppy Seconds

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Jenny Wade and Chelsie Richards come back to make Feast 2: Sloppy Seconds just slightly more ironic than anyone expected.  Seriously…having the phrase “sloppy seconds” involved around this many terror hotties is just in poor taste.  Good think I’m only reporting news here—but anyway.

Yes, there will be a sequel to Feast, and from what I’ve heard so far it is going to be a total doozy.  Basically, we’re picking up where the last one went off, and the monsters that razed the bar in the last one are back and making their way into the small neighboring town.  It’s thus left to the locals to band together and outlast the ravenous horde of monsters bound and determined to make munchies out of them.
If the last one is any indication, this will be a violent, brutal mess and most if not all of the humans involved will not survive to see the next day in their quiet little Podunk town.  In fact, based on what I’ve heard so far, this will actually be bigger and far, far more splattery than the original.  In fact, last I knew, someone actually walked off the set, saying something like “Life is too short to be spending it swinging around a sack full of someone’s grandma”.

Which means, yipes—this is gonna be one huge bloodsoaked mess.  But will it be any good?  We’ll have to wait and see.