30 Underrated Movies, Day 28

fear

I think the thing I like the most about horror and gore is that it shows us it’s okay to be afraid, but being afraid doesn’t mean we have to cower. Being afraid and pushing through anyway only makes us stronger. I think I like horror movies because fear is so relatable. It’s not some facade trying to fool us, it’s raw and real, and not very pretty.

Kristian’s 28th underrated movie is:

Feast (2005) Directed by John Gulager

feast

This is your typical gory horror movie, in fact, there is lots of gore. The movie is always quite comical. A few patrons are stuck in a bar and they have to fight monsters. I know that doesn’t sound very exciting, and I’m not going to lie, this isn’t the greatest horror movie of all time, and it is not very original.

But as far as horror flicks go, that’s kind of part of its charm. Plus, the gore and special effects are great!

No recommendations to pair with this one. Eat some popcorn out of a bowl in the shape of a skull.

Have you seen Feast? Did you enjoy it? What movie(s) do you recommend?

Love & life lessons,

Kristian

 

 

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22 Responses to 30 Underrated Movies, Day 28

  1. Have not seen it but did see a good one last night called “Apostle”

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  2. Brad Osborne says:

    The executive producers of the movie reads like a “Who’s Who” of Hollywood talent. And your perspective of fear meshes with my experiences in life. Well written! Much Love!

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  3. Reely Bernie says:

    Adding this to my October horror list, ‘20!

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