Dark Feed (2013) is a boring unoriginal horror movie that was filmed in Boston, Massachusetts. Michael Rasmussen and Shawn Rasmussen are brothers who wrote, produced and directed Dark Seed together. This was their first movie to direct and they failed. They came up with the idea of this movie after visiting the filming set of Long Distance which also filmed in Boston, Massachusetts. I am sorry to say this movie was a disaster before it even began shooting. The actors are new actors so the viewers were not even interested in the actors.
Dark Feed is about a film crew that experiences weird occurrences at an abandoned psychiatric hospital while filming their low budget movie. The crew was tired from being sleep deprived and exhausted, they only want to hurry up filming and get out of there. The evil starts to feed off of the crew and make them feel like they are going insane and behave strangely towards each other. The crew discovered a shocking secret about the abandoned place. They found out that the head psychiatrist doctor treated patients by feeding them a dark color material when the place was open. Soon after, the crew found one of their members drowned in a bathtub filled with the same dark color material.
The characters did not help this film and neither did the overdone scare and gore scenes. The acting was poor and it was not because of the horrible dialogue or low budget. The movie did not flow well and, therefore, I was disinterested in the ending. I did watch my watch numerous times. I gave this movie a three because of two scenes that made me wince. I winced when a girl put her hand in a blender and when a girl stapled her eyelids shut. I do not remember the girl’s name because it was a bad experience.
About Dark Feed (2013)
Starring: Elise Couture, Evalena Marie, Bree Elrod, Danny Bryck, Rebecca Whitehurst, Michael Reed, Victoria Nugent, Alexei Acosta, Curt Klump, Michael Scott Allen, Evan Sanderson, Dayna Cousins, Jason Beaubien, Peter Ross, Jonathan Thomson, Mark DeAngelis, Hardy Winburn, Andrew Rudick, Jessica Lauren Napier, Daniel Berger-Jones, Jonathan Popp
Director: Michael Rasmussen, Shawn Rasmussen
MPAA Rating: R
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