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Feeders

Feeders (1996) Movie Poster
USA  •    •  69m  •    •  Directed by: Jon McBride, John Polonia, Mark Polonia.  •  Starring: Jon McBride, John Polonia, Sebastian Barran, Maria Davis, Melissa Torpy, Todd Carpenter, Gary LeBlanc, Mark Polonia..
      Two friends on a road trip pass through a town where aliens are landing and feeding upon the some of the civilians.

Review:

Image from: Feeders (1996)
Image from: Feeders (1996)
Image from: Feeders (1996)
Image from: Feeders (1996)
Image from: Feeders (1996)
Image from: Feeders (1996)
Image from: Feeders (1996)
Image from: Feeders (1996)
Image from: Feeders (1996)
Image from: Feeders (1996)
Image from: Feeders (1996)
It must have been 96 or so, because dates escape me in my age (and from all the gasoline-milk mixtures I've had over that time), and my sister and I saw this apocryphal miracle in the new releases section of a more-than-common video rental chain How could we not have rented it?

How I miss thee

It's been a while since I've seen this, so bear with me Lemme see Some Commodore 64 special effects, hastily scribbled onto the film strip, signal that aliens have arrived with the noble intention of brutally eating everyone they come across or to burst out of their bellies or to use 'lasers' to raze the whole planet or to impersonate one of the heroic characters any one, or all of these may be their master plan Since obviously a higher power spurred the creation of this film, who am I to question the intricacies of the plot, me a simple heathen?

My absolute favorite scene is the one with the fat truck driver (well, he might not drive a truck, but I do recall him being obese) This man gets mauled by a 'feeder', and is rescued by the 'heroes', who rush him to a 'doctor', where he 'dies' I say 'dies' because, as the doctor ceremonially intones 'I'm sorry, this man is dead', and reverently pulls a sheet over his body, THE MAN IS STILL OBVIOUSLY BREATHING -- QUITE DEEPLY! YOU CAN SEE THE SHEET MOVE, PEOPLE!!! Oh, but maybe that's a signal that the alien inside of him is about to burst out, via the magic of uber-superimposed (uberimposed?) post-production editing The wound, literally, does not overlay the body It is uberimposed

the one The only

Two other points -- one being the blowtorching of a 'feeder', which must have been the final scene, seeing as though the feeder puppet is totally ruined, which must have made the special-effects whiz who made it cry like a baby for hours and hours, what, not being told ahead of time that his hand-crafted buddy would be cauterized in such a horrible manner And the straight-out-of 'Night of the Living Dead' scene with the corpse at the top of the stairs and I mean that as in 'This Scene was directly sheared from the reel of Night of The Living Dead and messily inserted into Feeders', straight-out-of Night of the Living Dead

where for art thou on DVD? For I would own thee, verily, in a fortnight

I heard there's a sequel Taking place during Christmas But I'll be a Warlord of the Deep if I can't find it here Or something

In summary, I would like to say that this movie is apocalyptical; to be collegiate (if at all), I use that term in it's original Greek sense, meaning, rending of the veil If you see this film, firstly consider yourself lucky That also means you might have seen other beauties, such as Parts: The Clonus Horror, or Judgment Night, or Rana: The Secret of Shadow Lake, or some other, horrible poison that I haven't sampled yet And two, realize that, having seen it, you can never go back to how it was before Now your veil has been torn asunder, and the guttural truth of life pours through will ruin you, like it did me, with the fact that there are movies like this, being made by people, for some reason or another, and that the only solace comes from either seeing more or drinking the ever popular milkoline.


Review by Mr Pan Cakes from the Internet Movie Database.