Feeders (1996)

Feeders (1996) 69min | Drama, Horror, Sci-Fi | 27 May 1996 (USA) Summary: Two friends on a road trip pass through a town where aliens are landing and feeding upon the some of the civilians.
Countries: USALanguages: English

Feeders (1996).

It could easily be said that I watch too many Rifftrax movies but if I didn’t then how would I ever patch up the great gaping holes of my pop culture education by watching these sorts of movies without going entirely mad?

Feeders is really quite strange. Oh, and bad. Not bad bad, just not good bad.

Derek and Bennett are on a road trip. They drive along, occasionally stopping to take photographs and pick bugs out of their hair. The price of batteries and film is outrageous.

In another movie that seems to have been accidentally spliced with this one on the cutting room floor, aliens land on Earth and begin to eat people. The aliens are quite small and are relatively easily stomped and set on fire with spray cans and matches, as a young woman in a garage easily demonstrates. Unfortunately there are more of them, because she is eaten too.

Then Derek and Bennett’s Excellent Adventures take a somewhat darker turn as they are spliced into the second movie. Their car fails to start and they find themselves hiking to safety, but then for no real reason, wander off the road and get totally lost. Luckily they find a house! But unluckily everyone there has been eaten. Then Bennett finds a sickle. Later, he will wish that he hadn’t.

Eventually Derek runs away. He runs away so far and fast that he runs into a third movie where aliens are destroying cities from space rather than just eating people.

It is not Derek’s day.


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