Monday, June 14, 2010

Bitter Feast Serves up Bloody Gourmet for LAFF 2010

Bitter Feast is revving up for a showing at the Los Angeles Film Festival Thursday, June 17th and now this comedic feature, which involves the dissection of a blogging food critic, has a full trailer available below. If you have ever had a distaste for critics step inside Joe Maggio's vision of "wicked humor" that grows "darker with each course." The trailer is likely rated mature with scenes of violence, torture and murderous delight. Watch at yours and your heart's own risk.

The synopsis for Bitter Feast here:

"'He’s a food blogger,' Peter Grey spits the words out with disdain. A few hours ago, Grey was a chef with a television show, a restaurant, and an endorsement deal for a line of cookware. Now, one overly snarky online review later, he has got nothing. The show is on the verge of being cancelled, his kitchen is in the hands of another chef, and the cookware… forget it. Convinced his woes are entirely the fault of the bad review and not because he is an uncharismatic, pompous creep Grey kidnaps the blogger and exacts brutal culinary comeuppance. Revenge, it seems, is a dish best served to order—raw and bloody" (Trailer).

Release Date: June 17th.

Director/writer: Joe Maggio.

Producers: Larry Fessenden, Peter Phok, and Brent Kunkle.

Executive Producers: Greg Newman, Malik Ali, Badie Ali, and Hamza Ali.

Cinematographer: Michael McDonough.

Editor: Seth Anderson.

Cast: Joshua Leonard, James LeGros, Mario Batali, Larry Fessenden, Megan Hilty, John Speredakos, Amy Seimetz, and Owen Campbell.

The violent trailer for Bitter Feast here:

Bitter Feast at the Los Angeles Film Festival 2010:

Bitter Feast at LAFF


Bitter Feast at Trailer Addict

Advertise Here - Contact me Michael Allen at 28DLA

 |  |  |  Stumble It!

Subscribe to 28 Days Later: An Analysis by Email