Feed Me


Comedy / Horror

IMDb Rating 7.0 10 31

serial killer surrealism cannibal cannibalism goldfish

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Uploaded by: FREEMAN
October 28, 2022 at 02:19 AM


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885.35 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 36 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by kayleigh-99964 10 / 10

Best Horror Comedy

FEED ME has a fantastic balance between gore and humourous viewing. I highly recommend watching this awesome movie. I enjoyed laughing and being creeped out at the same time. I can't wait to watch it again - it is one of the few films that I want to watch more than once.

The lead actor does a disturbingly fantastic job of portraying a mentally unstable psychopath. The fish is a nice touch. The film has a well rounded storyline that kept me guessing the whole way through.

FEED ME is the perfect mixture of British humour and quirkiness that is executed with brilliance and genius, good effects, direction and cinematography.

Reviewed by ptstylianou 10 / 10

Gruesome and fun.

Coming from the UK, this film gave me Mighty Boosh vibes that I don't think Americans will quite get. Made on a micro budget but the practical effects and set designs are spot on. Brilliantly shot. Neal Wards performance as the eccentric cannibal is courageously off the wall which makes it a stand out performance of the year given his transformation at the end of the film.

What this film has going for it is it's relentless insanity and for that it's a success. It's like a nightmarish black comedic fever dream and for that reason it succeeds.

I know people will think I'm a crew member but I'm not, I saw this film and was both disgusted and in awe of what I was seeing. It's insanity, and why not, insanity is something that should be put on film so here is one for the insane. Again, watch the Might Boosh to catch the vibe, Neal Ward looks like he was taken straight from that or the league of gentlemen, another British comedy. Check it out.

Reviewed by themermaidsgrave 10 / 10

Truly delectable!

I saw this film at the British Horror Film Festival and not only was it the best film of the night, it's one of the best films of the year. It's probably obvious that it isn't for the faint-hearted, but it's a whole lot more than the gory moments. The script is outstanding, taking you on a rollercoaster ride through the tragic and chaotic life of cannibal Lionel (played with comedic precision by Neal Ward), and specifically his fortuitous encounter with the hopelessly depressed Jed (played with guts and heart by Christopher Mulvin). The cinematography is grimly beautiful, expertly translating the language of the characters, rich in mood and colour. The direction is sensitive, expressive, and at times outrageously hilarious. The musical score seamlessly blends the melancholy with the ridiculous, the heart-wrenches with the terror. It's, all round, an incredibly accomplished piece of work and a delectable treat for us all.

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