Feast Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.30/10 from 34000 votes
Tags: forced oral sex, horror comedy, covered in blood
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Kanlı Şölen

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With madness in his eyes, a shotgun-toting man storms into a dusty desert bar in the middle of nowhere.

Drenched in blood, the mysterious stranger and his wife start speaking of unnoticed, unstoppable creatures preying in the dark, trying to warn everyone of the impending danger.

Now, the ravenous monsters desperately want in. As the pitiless entities draw first blood, the utterly unprepared regulars realise that, in the face of impossible odds, there's not enough ammo in the world to stop the fanged intruders.

Will they survive the night? Who will be the next course in the monsters' feast?

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My Diary
Stephen Edwards: Writer
Rusty Truck: Performer
Mark Seliger: Writer
Disco MF
The Penfifteen Club: Performer
Luke Tierney: Writer
Bartender Dad
John Gulager: Performer
John Gulager: Writer
Keaton Simons: Writer
Keaton Simons: Performer
Forgive Me Tuffy
John Gulager: Performer
John Gulager: Writer
Don't Come Back
Brad Gordon: Produced and mixed
Quincy Coleman: Writer
Quincy Coleman: Performer
I'm da Man
Shiro Gutzie: Writer
Party Favor
The Penfifteen Club: Performer
Luke Tierney: Writer
Cartoon Cacophony
Stephen Edwards: Writer
Dawn Landes: Performer
Dawn Landes: Writer
Bring It On
Tom Erba: Writer
New Generation
Skid Row: Performer
Rachel Bolan: Writer
Heroine #2
Kevin Kiner: Produced
Kevin Kiner: Composer
Never Gonna Kill Us
Watt White: Writer
Sunrise Pt. 1
Matt Mariano: Produced
Matt Mariano: Composer
Sunries Pt. 2
Kevin Kiner: Produced
Kevin Kiner: Composer

User reviews

Stephanie Campbell

The soundtrack of Feast perfectly captures the tension and suspense of the film's plot. The ominous tones and eerie melodies create a sense of impending danger, keeping the audience on the edge of their seats throughout the movie.

Linda Thompson

The dynamic range of the soundtrack, from haunting whispers to thundering percussion, mirrors the rollercoaster of emotions experienced by the characters as they navigate through the night of terror. The music becomes a character of its own, guiding the audience through the twists and turns of the narrative with a sense of foreboding and excitement.

George Perez

The eerie and haunting melodies in the background music effectively enhance the atmosphere of the dusty desert bar scene, adding an extra layer of suspense to the shotgun-toting man's entrance.

Margaret Scott

I was impressed by how the music in Feast effectively set the atmosphere for each scene. From the chaotic shootout in the dusty desert bar to the terrifying moments when the creatures attack, the soundtrack added depth and emotion to the storytelling, making the experience even more immersive.

Charles Johnson

The use of intense percussion and strings during the moments of attack by the monstrous creatures amplifies the feeling of chaos and desperation among the characters, making the audience feel on edge and fully immersed in the action.

Betty Jones

The use of dramatic orchestral music in key moments enhances the impact of the action sequences, adding depth and intensity to the on-screen chaos. The score effectively amplifies the emotions of fear and desperation felt by the characters as they fight for survival against the relentless monsters.

Mary Jackson

The soundtrack of Feast perfectly captures the tension and suspense of the film's plot. The use of eerie tones and intense rhythms enhances the feeling of impending danger, keeping me on the edge of my seat throughout the movie.

Jennifer Wilson

The soundtrack of Feast perfectly captures the tension and suspense of the film's plot, creating a sense of impending danger from the very beginning.

Joseph Perez

The haunting melodies and haunting soundscapes in the soundtrack of Feast stayed with me long after the movie ended. The music not only complemented the action on screen but also evoked a sense of unease and fear, making it a standout element of the film for me.