Feed (2005)

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A cybercrime investigator tracks a man (O'Loughlin) suspected of force-feeding women to death.

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30 July 2011 | jennifer-25-965231
Interesting, disgusting and strange film
This was an interesting, disgusting and strange film. This film tells the story of a serial killer with a fetish for obese women who force feeds them and takes bets online as to when they will die.

What I thought interesting about this film was that even though this guy was obviously insane and he's sole goal was to kill these woman he had such a love and tenderness for them. He spoiled them with everything they desired, he washed them tenderly, entertained them by being silly, there was no end to what he would do for these women. Of course, with his dark side there were some times where he would snap and since the women loved him so much they would do anything for him, even if it meant being in a lot of pain and feeling sick.

I enjoyed this movie and lots of credit for being original. I also have to add that this movie has a kick ass ending as well! ZombieSteak.com - Discover a new world of horror films, designed just for you.

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The "German Cannibal" scene at the start of the film is based on the real life case of Armin Meiwes, a 42 year old computer technician from Rotenburg, Germany, who caused a worldwide scandal in 2003, when it was reported that he had killed and partially ate 43 year old Bernd Brandes, an Engineer from Berlin. While the facts of the crime were gruesome, the difficulty German prosecuters had in actually charging Mr. Meiwes with ANY crime was the truly shocking part of the tale. Because the two men had met in an and internet chatroom devoted to Gay cannibal fetishism in which Mr, Brandes had clearly expressed his desire to be killed and eaten, Mr. Meiwes was shielded from murder charges under laws that were originally enacted to protect doctors who assist terminally-ill patients commit suicide. At the time, cannibalism was not explicitly forbade in any statute, and it was unclear whether a crime had even been committed under existing German law, a situation that many both in Germany and abroad found absurd and macabre. These real-life events also inspired the song "Mein Teil" by the German Industrial band Rammstein.


title card: Although the events depicted in this film are fictional, they are based on actual behaviours that are happening between consenting adults... right now.


The license plates used in "Toledo, OH" are clearly the thinner yellow Australian plates, not the red white and blue Ohio plates.


Lips Like Sugar
Composed by
Will Sergeant (as William Sergeant), Ian McCulloch, Les Pattinson (as Leslie Pattinson) and Pete DeFreitas (as Pete De Freitas)
©Warner/Chappell Music Ltd
By kind permission of Warner/Chappell Music Australia Pty Ltd
Performed by Novada


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