This holiday season, have your family for dinner!
Do you have an appetite for a dark, delectable comedy in the tradition of cannibal classics Eating Raoul and Delicatessen? Then look no further than A Feast of Man, arriving on DVD and Digital this December 17th from IndiePix Films! It's certain to sate your hunger (and funny bone)!
In the film, "When Gallagher (Laurence Joseph Bond), a wealthy and eccentric New York playboy prone to mischief dies unexpectedly, his closest socialite friends -- Dickie (Jesse Rudoy), Wolf (Chris Shields), Judy (Katey Parker), and Judy's fiancé, Ted (Frank Mosley) -- are summoned to the late aristocrat's country home overlooking the Hudson for a viewing of his video will. Only things don't go quite as Wolf, the executor of the estate, had planned - Gallagher's posthumous wish is to put his dearly beloved to the test: each one will become a millionaire overnight if they can unanimously agree to consume his dead body and the group, has until the end of the weekend to reach a decision. Hilarity, of course, ensues."
Caroline Golum's feature-length debut includes a cameo from Troma's Lloyd Kaufman and will also be available via streaming platform IndiePix Unlimited on Amazon Channels. Golum co-wrote A Feast of Man with Dylan Pasture.
Check out the trailer below!