What’s YOUR life expectancy?

Boss Man (Duane Whitaker) is the owner of a dive bar in Nevada. Tuffy (Krista Allen) works for him. Cody (Tyler Patrick Jones is her son. Hot Wheels Josh Zuckerman) is confined to a wheelchair. Bozo (Balthazar Getty) is his brother. They are at Boss Man's bar. Other patrons of the bar include Drunk Girl (Chauntae Davies), Finger Girl (Hannah Bernall), Harley Mom (Diane Ayala Goldner), Coach (Henry Rollins), Grandma (Eileen Ryan), Edgy Cat (Jason Mewes), Beer Guy (Judah Friedlander), Bartender, (Clu Gulager), Vet (Anthony 'Treach' Criss, Charlie (Somah Haaland) and Honey Pie (Jenny Wade). What do all these people have in common? Before the night is over most of them will be dead.

It’s a little different from the usual horror movie fare in that the creatures have already killed and terrorized people. Where the movie starts is just the next stop and everyone is food. You don’t know where they came from or why they are here. Now a mix of characters with a variety of personalities are trapped in the dive bar trying to battle these terrifying creatures. Can they work together to overcome these demons and who will survive?

It is incredibly gross and gory. Heavy metal music punctuates the movie. Fast edit cuts add to the action. Mixed with humor and peppered with profanity it keeps you on the edge of your seat waiting for the next gruesome scene. The acting is good and the dialogue is quick. And it all happens in one night. It is one freaky film.

Directed by John Gulager "Feast" was the result of the amateur filmmaking documentary series and contest Project Greenlight's third season. The winning team was composed of writers Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton and director Gulager. The executive producers were Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Chris Moore (through their LivePlanet production company), Wes Craven and the Maloof family.

Parents there is violence, gore, sexual content, swearing and pot use. Not for kids at all.