This film is surely what the words 'an enjoyable romp' were intended for. I only heard of Feast thanks to Amazon, else I might never have sampled the shameless, gory delights it had to offer.
Feast, admittedly, has borrowed heavily from the equally tongue-in-cheek Tremors; the fundamental difference are the creatures. Still, don't let that put you off, it's as good as if not better than the latter.
Now, the intro was an absolute cracker and wonderfully stylised; very similiar to Zombieland's 'rules' but basically a device to introduce each character, a brief biog and chances of survival. Brilliant, just brilliant. No needless 'build-up' just straight into the action. Around the 15/2o minute mark is when it all kicks-off and from then on it's man-eating creatures versus barricaded-in-a-bar redneck types in the middle of Nevada (or whathaveyou).
That is literally all there is to the film. Heck, what more do you want; Casablanca? Another great thing about the flick is the deaths of the most unlikely candidates which nicely turns the conventional on its head. Despite its small budget it does well with the SFX although the only bug-bear is there are a couple of blink-and-you-miss-it scenes due to the speed of the creatures.
Other than that minor gripe, a quality no-frills horror that would be perfect for a lads' night in with beers and munchies.