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Feeding Grounds

USA 2006
produced by
Jamie Gannon, Alex Ballar (executive), Rudy Makupson (associate) for Grizzly Peak Films
directed by Junior Bonner
starring Alex Ballar, Kathryn Ely, Philip Ferenchick, Jamie Gannon, Rebecca Gannon, Joy Gray, Kiralee Hayashi, Candise Lakota, Rudy Makupson, Chic Daniel, Marcus O'Leary, Estrella Tamez
written by Alex Ballar, Jamie Gannon, music by Robert Ernest Hawes, Eric Lindsay, special effects by Wade Rikert

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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For years, cars in perfect working order have been found abandoned at the side of a desert road, but it's not as if the police had done anything much about it, basically because the desert is too big a place to search for clues to begin with. Now eight college students go out into the desert to do what they're expected to do - you know, party, have a few too many beers, smoke a handful of joints, have some outside sex. Everything along these lines works out fine at first, but then one of them finds ... a human ear. They flee in a panic - but on the way to the next town, which might be hours away, two of them (Philip Ferenchick, Candise Lakota) develop a condition, eventually even die on the others. Then their cars break down, and they come to the conclusion something has followed them, has sabotaged their cars, and now it's after them. In a stressful situation like that, all of our heroes lose their cool and are either at each other's throats or simply lose their mind. Thing is, more and more of them develop the same symptoms as their friends, and die eventually. In the end, only the vegan of the group (Kiralee Hayashi) survives the onslaught, basically becaus she claims she understood the creature after them - whatever the creature was, actually.


First of all, this is a beautiful film to look at: The desert locations are breathtaking and brought to film just right, most of the shots are wonderfully composed and show a strong artistic streak, and despite postcard perfect sunlight permeating the film, the whole thing is creepy as hell. Unfortunately, the film doesn't quite manage to live up to its looks on a narrative level: It's simply overpopulated by too many characters, and while at least some of them seem interesting and fleshed out, some seem underdeveloped, while several subplots concerning individual characters detract from the story rather than add to it. Plus, by keeping the main menace of the movie in the dark (figuratively speaking) throughout the thing, the film gets repetitive in its shock situations and suspense scenes after a while and doesn't manage to keep up tension throughout, especially at the end of the film.

Still, worth a look at least!


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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