Free Feast 2 Screening on October 3rd!

Who's in the can?Fangoria has teamed up with Two Boots Pioneer Theater to bring John Gulager’s “>Feast 2: Sloppy Seconds to us via a free screening on October 3!

Feast 2 picks up where the original left off, with our three unlikely heroes driving off after a night full of monsters, death and neutering with doors. Too bad the hyper-evolved creatures are trailing them right into a small town.

Click here to claim your free tickets and we’ll see you there in October!


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  • Kryten Syxx

    I, personally, think they are some sort of hyper evolved creatures based on some of the things John Gulager told us about this and the next sequel (hybrid creatures and mating).

  • Gus Bjork

    “Hyper evolved”? So was there an explanation of what they creatures are? I don’t think there was in the film.

    I sure am looking forward to the second although a little concerned that its going to be awfully goofy. Granted the first one was but they managed to hold the line without going over.

  • weeman01

    That’s wicked awesome, hope I can make it up there.