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Plot: A cybercrime investigator tracks a man suspected of force-feeding women to death.
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Quite good, actually.
Well first of all – to correct the previous comment – the cop wasn’t SENT to America, he in fact went over there to investigate it for himself, without his boss even knowing.
He was in danger of being fired if is boss ever found out. That was in fact part of the plot; so how the previous poster failed to notice that I’m not too sure.
All in all I enjoyed the film; I liked the (at times jerky) camera-work and lighting – as the previous comment mentioned, a lot of filters were used (like the blue one) but I think this added to the film’s atmosphere.
A few things were a bit unbelievable, and the ending was rather odd (shan’t spoil it for you)…but all in all, a fairly good movie.
Deidre’s so fat when she sits around the house, she sits ARROUNNND the house!
Charming sociopath Michael Carter (Alex O’Loughlin) operates FeederX.com, a website that allows users to place bets on when they think gluttonous women will keel over from being overfed. As Michael strives to get his latest lard-assed lady, Deidre (Gabby Millgate) to pile on the pounds and pop her clogs, psychologically damaged cyber-crime cop Phillip Jackson (Patrick Thompson) attempts to stop the loony using whatever means necessary.
If, like me, you’ve a craving for weird and perverse cinema, then you’ll no doubt be licking your lips at the thought of Feed, which from the plot summary, sounds like a satisfying smörgåsbord of sadistic delights. Although far from wholesome, the ingredients are certainly extremely tempting: IMDb plot keywords include cannibalism, vomit, rough sex, torture, porn, starvation, and gluttony. Yummy!
Unfortunately, Australian director Brett Leonard’s recipe calls for his potentially mouthwatering movie to be aggressively seasoned with over-stylised directorial and editing techniques (a pet hate of mine), peppered with implausible moments that stick in the throat (would a cop really drink a coffee given to him by a killer?), and topped off with a silly ending—all of which prevent the film from being wholly gratifying. It’s a shame, because with a little more thought and care during preparation, this could easily have become Leonard’s signature dish.
Those who do decide to tuck in will have to make do with savouring the film’s tastier morsels: the solid central performances from O’Loughlin, Thompson, and especially Millgate, who has to act from under a ton of realistically fleshy make-up; the gratuitous nudity from Jackson’s gorgeous nympho girlfriend; the genuinely nauseating scenes of force-feeding (which are made even worse when it is revealed what is being served up!); and a few choice chunks of meaty gore.
All this delectable deviancy definitely makes the film worth watching, but I doubt you’ll go back for seconds.
6.5 out of 10, very generously rounded up to 7 for IMDb.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 41 min (101 min)
Rated Not Rated
Genre Crime, Horror, Thriller
Director Brett Leonard
Writer Patrick Thompson, Alex O’Loughlin, Kieran Galvin
Actors Alex O’Loughlin, Patrick Thompson, Gabby Millgate
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm