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Feast II: Sloppy Seconds
Feast II Sloppy Seconds
Actors: Clu Gulager, Jennifer Wade, Diane Goldner
Director: John Gulager
Genres: Action & Adventure, Comedy, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Mystery & Suspense
UR     2008     1hr 37min

The monsters have made it into a small neighboring town in the middle of nowhere and the locals have to band with the survivors of the bar' slaughter to figure out how to survive.


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Actors: Clu Gulager, Jennifer Wade, Diane Goldner
Director: John Gulager
Creator: Cast and crew
Genres: Action & Adventure, Comedy, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Mystery & Suspense
Sub-Genres: Action & Adventure, Comedy, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Mystery & Suspense
Studio: Weinstein Company
Format: DVD - Color,Widescreen - Subtitled
DVD Release Date: 10/07/2008
Original Release Date: 01/01/2008
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/2008
Release Year: 2008
Run Time: 1hr 37min
Screens: Color,Widescreen
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English
Subtitles: Spanish, English

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Member Movie Reviews

Chad B. (abrnt1) from CABERY, IL
Reviewed on 4/4/2011...
This film is a blast from start to finnish. Picking up right after the end of the first Feast and expanding the insanity (in a good way). Very entertaining.
1 of 1 member(s) found this review helpful.

Movie Reviews

Oooooover the top!
Michael C. Mash | philadelphia, pa usa | 10/06/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I really enjoyed the first FEAST - but this was amazing! Wow, talk about over the top! If you want to be critical, you could pull just about any movie to pieces - but horror? This movie is fun. This movie is gory, offensive, far fetched, etc. This is a movie for company - beer and pizza for sure."
Feast II: Sloppy Underwear
R. Keeler | 10/18/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I just read the first three angry/disappointed/offended reviews for this movie and feel compelled to throw my own opinion into this discussion.

This movie, like its prequel, is fun as hell to watch. John Gulager clearly loves cheesy personalities and unnecessarily grossing out his audience--it seems like that's the primary reason why he made Feast and Feast II. Both movies are more satirical of the monster movie subgenre than they are commemorative--I would compare them with Scream and Tremors.

The whole scene inside Thunder and Lightening's "fort" was absolutely hilarious, because it's obvious that the movie is incredibly aware of itself during that scene. Slasher's probably the funniest character, but Gulager's writers did an excellent job making Honey Pie the dumbest bitch you ever saw and making that other car salesman (forgot his name) an outrageous sap (I loved that the movie kept putting him in situations in which he could redeem himself and then making him fail miserably).

It's a great movie to watch (especially with a group of friends), and it's pretty unpredictable in a few instances (I noticed the girl who wrote a review a few spaces before me mentioned the baby scene--that was awesome). I would highly recommend this movie to anybody who appreciates a monster movie that can make them laugh."
Feast II: The Slamdunk after the Airball - No barrier left u
Jason | Backwater, Alabama | 02/24/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I didn't like the original Feast. It was boring and uninspired. Feast II, however, truly outdoes its predecessor, and going down as one of the most jaw-dropping movies I've ever seen. It's impossible to truly encompass how wild this movie is and how many bizarre turns it takes, but I'll give it a shot.

A woman biker gang who look like the SuicideGirls are on the hunt. Led by a shotgun-toting, German Sheppard blasting, alcohol swilling, tattoo covered bad a*$ named Biker Queen (BQ), they're a formidable group sure to cause havoc and show full frontal nudity. BQ is looking for her sister, who just happens to be the biker chick from Feast who got her leg severed and then got strapped to a homemade bomb as monster bait. Let's go back about 16 hours...

An explosion happens in a small town - ostensibly for an alien landing - and aliens soon chase people around, murdering, decapitating, and destroying the town. Meanwhile, midget luchadores named Thunder and Lightning are in their, one of them engaged in a vigorous railing of his girlfriend. Off with her head! The character Hobo from the first film is in jail, and gets to see a monster devour the jailer. An infidelitous wife (Secrets) and her slick talking used car salesman husband (Slasher), along with his employee (Greg Swank) - who is proud of his glorious mustache and is the guy with whom the wife has been cheating - are sneaking through the alleys of town to avoid the monsters. Later, Lightning is seen from the back, running away with what appears to be a flesh colored night stick attached to his waist.

Now back to the biker chicks...they have an arsenal of weapons, and they're P.O.d. They find the Bartender from the original, hiding amidst the carnage. Tons of gore, dead bodies are lying everywhere, fear is palpable. The Biker chicks want to know where BQ's sister is, and Bartender knows. As a few unfortunate nobodies soon find out, get in BQ's way, and you die. Point blank shotgun blast to the chest! Neck shot! Dual Ball Peen hammer blast from a leather bikini wearing valkyrie. After the executions, guess who shows up? Honey Pie, the coward, imbecile blonde from the first movie who got into the semi and rode off without attempting to help the others. The Bartender is not happy to see her. He proceeds to beat her head against a toilet that desperately needs to be flushed - and the person who just used it desperately needs more starch in their diet - then he finishes the battle by biting her ear off ala EVANDER HOLYFIELD VS. TYSON. And if that doesn't get you pumped up, allow me to attempt a summarization of the greatness to follow:

Slasher avoids a 2 foot-high pile of alien dung; the Bartender channels his inner Clint Eastwood from Gran Torino, throwing zingers out until the very end; Lightning tells someone, "I sh#@ on the mother who gave you birth!"; puke fetishism gets mixed what appear to be LSD hallucinations; an alien with a massive wang rapes a defenseless cat for no reason; there's a grotesque alien dissection; ruptured intestines protrude out of a buxom biker's tight leather jacket; midget entrails get pulled out like a hearty linguini and marinara pasta dish, a midget catapault gets built with nothing more than a Harley and the Suicide Girls' tank tops (I told you!), and gets tested with the decaying mess that used to be the midgets' grandmother; a guy jumps off the roof of a building and impersonates Tarzan by using a severed power line; midget wrestling!; a complete barf-o-rama takes place that would make Lard Ass from Stand by Me proud; facials are delivered via what can best be described as alien autopsy mixed with cheesy Japanese tentacle porn and a fire hose; monsters climb the sides of a building and get introduced to the game of Hasbro Whac-A-Mole; and the Mexican luchador delivers a flying drop kick to one of the monsters.

And THEN it gets crazy!! The scene avoided by most, Greg ends up carrying a baby like a 60s era football, juking two monsters in the streets like Barry Sanders. FUMBLE! It's off the wall horrible, and over the top hilarious at the same time.

This is a movie you have to see with friends. It's outrageous, and you're guaranteed to have a very fun time. Just after the midget fight, The Bartender says, "I sure as s#@* seen everything now." I concur."