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Plot Summary:
"Phillip Jackson ( Patrick Thompson ) a man who seemingly has it all - a successful police career, a comfortable apartment and a beautiful, devoted girlfriend ( Rose Ashton) but Phillip is about to lose everything he holds dear - perhaps even his mind. Somewhere, a psychotic serial killer is feeding women to death and broadcasting the full horror of their deaths on the internet."


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Review Date: 16 June 2006 My Rating: out of 5

 

Billed as 'A New Kind of Psychological Thriller', Feed starts out well by fusing popular music with disgusting images in a sick manner, before it ruins its premise by focusing too much on indulgence. Everyone is obsessed with food and sex here, and that's all there is to the characters lives.

The cast do alright at playing horrible people and so there's not really anyone to care about. The subject matter, make-up effects and some of the visuals are suitably disgusting such as the moment the antagonist dances between the legs of his obese beauty sliding about on her faecal matter, but disgusting imagery aside it's not that good a film.

OVERALL SUMMARY
The ending was really surprising and enjoyable yet it didn't really explain much about how the situation was rectified from almost certain death for the cop to something very different and twisted.




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