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Feast 10 Year Anniversary Screening


Feast had its 10 year anniversary at Screamfest on Friday October 16th, 2015. A Conversation with director John Gulager, Diane Gulager, producer Clu Gulager, Chris Moore, writers Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton, actresses Krista Allen and Jenny Wade, Nick Phillips, Duane Whitaker, Gary Tunnicliffe and Judah Friedlander followed the screening. Take a look at this great article by Jonathan Weichsel of MoreHorror.com.

By Jonathan Weichsel

Feast is directed by John Gulager, written by Marcus Dunstan & Patrick Melton, executive produced by Wes Craven, Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, Chris Moore, produced by Joel Soisson, Mike Leahy, and stars Balthazar Getty, Krista Allen, Jenny Wade, Clu Gulager, Navi Rawat, Diane Goldner, Judah Friedlander, Josh Zuckerman, Henry Rollins, Jason Mewes, Eileen Ryan, Eric Dane, and Anthony "Treach" Criss.

The screening was followed by a discussion led by Sean Decker with John Gulager, Diane Gulager, Clu Gulager, Marcus Dunstan, Patrick Melton, Chris Moore, Jenny Wade, Krista Allen, Nick Phillips, Duane Whitaker, Gary Tunnicliffe, Judah Friedlander and many more.

Ten years ago The Screamfest Horror Film Festival held the world premiere of Feast, a quirky, off-beat horror film and although the movie has gone on to become a cult classic, it never really got the recognition it deserved.

On Friday October 16th Screamfest held a ten year anniversary screening of the film, and after ten years, Feast holds up very well -- sort of like visiting your favorite Halloween Store. Feast is definitely a film that deserves to be revisited by the horror community.

Feast is about a group of mostly horrible people trapped in a remote bar who must fight for their survival when a bunch of very large, very strong monsters show up to eat them. What makes Feast stand out for me is how subversive and unpredictable it can be. Not all of the good characters survive, and not all of the bad characters redeem themselves. Sometimes good characters do bad things, and sometimes bad characters do good things. There is a feeling of chaos throughout the movie, both in the disjointed way the action scenes are shot, as well as the freewheeling way the story unfolds.

Feast was produced as part of season three of HBO's Project Greenlight, and the entire production was captured in minute detail in the reality TV show.


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