The survivors are saved by the mysterious prophet, Shot Bus Gus, who seemingly has the ability to control the beasts. He leads them into the sewers as they attempt to travel to the big city.
So we finally get to director John Gulager's (winner of "Project Greenlight 3" for the record) third (and final?) splatter-comedy about a group of people fighting off some big monsters. I love both of the first 2 Feast films.
If you've been paying attention you know that despite the whole cliched plot, there really are no rules to these films and characters will come and go without rhyme or reason. Trying to guess who is offed next is near impossible and the ways in which they're offed are creative, but always gruesome. The series as a whole has given us everything from cats being violated to midget catapulting. Part 3 doesn't let down in that regard.
Where it did let me down a little bit was just in trying to be more unpredictable it just got sort of incoherent I thought. It's got a fun, fast start and in addition to series favorites like Bartender, Tat Girl and Honey Pie we get some great new hilarious characters, like Short Bus Gus and Jean-Claude Seagal, but it just becomes sort of a mess somewhere about halfway through. Sure, I realize that part of the point of this trilogy has been to be a messy, confusing jumble, but I felt like this one got that way just for the sake of running out of ideas. There a long scene underground, way too long, where the survivors are fighting with (I think?) a group of zombies or something I guess that I never even figured out what the hell was going on. When did zombies get into this? And how were they turned? The way it's shot was just terrible (maybe purposely) and nothing was really explained about it.
The ending is sure to cause a lot of questions and complaints as well, but I sort of liked the bizarreness of it. In fact, along with the scene with the gunpowder the final scene probably made me laugh more than any other one.
All-in-all this film does deliver what I've come to expect from the series... nudity, buckets of gore, great effects, comedy, vulgarity and plenty of unpredictable craziness but I think this horse may have been beat to death. This one seemed to run out of ideas and just throw bloody stuff on the wall to see what sticks. If you're a fan of the first 2 you definitely need to watch it, but if you didn't like or didn't see them you don't need to see this for sure.