Films: Feast (2005), Feast 2: Sloppy Seconds (2008), Feast 3: The Happy Finish (2009)
Type: Unknown, possibly Mutant
Location: Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of average humans.
Affiliation: Neutral, leaning on Evil
Summary: Imagine the biggest farce of a horror movie, filled to the brim with walking clichés and where just about everyone can die regardless of their usual place in other movies. Now imagine pitting them all against some of the most twisted monsters we've ever seen...
History: Truth be told, no one really knows where these voracious beasts came from. Are they mutated results of a virus? A government experiment? No one knows. What we do know is that they can be created from other humans, they inhabit hives wherever they can make them, they have no qualms with raping different species, and they really, really, REALLY like to eviscerate people and eat them. It's always a bloody good time with these monsters.
Notable Kills: The infamous death of the so-called "Hero" just for how sudden it is and how it sets the entire tone, as well as us seeing food come in...and out of a feaster.
Final Fate: The monsters...just sort of keep turning up. No matter how many die, no matter who stands against them, they're always there. Then again, the last film ended with the protagonist being crushed by a giant Bionicle robot and a mariachi singer recapping the series while proposing a Feast 4. So really...what the actual Hell?
Powers/Abilities: Their insides are actually quite alive, and they can expel a putrid liquid that can kill, drive insane, and/or convert other humans. Also, they are frighteningly compatible with other species.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 4.5-The only thing holding these monstrosities back is that they aren't immortal. Aside from that, this near-unstoppable army of demonic-looking beasts is hideous, excessively violent, and inhumanly depraved. No matter who you are, you're nothing but easy prey to them...
Trivia: -The first film was the result of the third season of the old "Project Greenlight" contest, in which the winners were allowed to do the whole thing under supervision by the likes of Ben Affleck and Wes Craven.
-The second and third films were shot back-to-back with one another.