Feast II isn't the film that fans have been craving. This disappointed me the most. I could handle the fact that the plot revolves around a lesbian butch biker gang from hell that seeks to avenge a fallen comrade that was explicitly betrayed in the first film, but the fact that this film goes all out and pulls no effort in attempting to make this film differ from the first is beyond any amount of disappointment I could guarantee.
The films highlights are one and few. A very politically incorrect scene of a baby getting eaten is present, but the sheer fact that they use this a lure for humor is what shows me the size of this filmmakers balls. Many characters from the original film return if only for a brief second. This causes the film to lose coherency as a character is reintroduced to have a title card flashed, brief music, and his death that should have been notarized in the previous film.
Feast II also features something abysmal on its on level; an ending which offers no compromise. You never make a film that ends itself on a high note, then make a sequel to that only to cut it off with entirely too many questions unanswered. Another sequel won't be worth it if it's spent on flashbacks and its trademark title cards. For leverage towards its fan base, the lovely female Feast II co-stars lose their clothes for an "experiment" which leaves lovely ladies armed with weapons in the nude. One of the few high points of this film.
Feast II is indeed a piece of sloppy second film making. When Feast II isn't trying to go over top of being over the top, It can form an entertaining horror experience but the fact that they thought it was clever to put every form of oddity and taboo into an average running time film just states something about how little of an attention span these film makers of new-wave horror have. Feast II isn't anything near what I wanted it to be. For shame.