Bad acting and bad storyline. Don't bother with this one.
Boring, dry and the protagonist switches between personalities too heavily to even be taken seriously.
You do not keep your inner monologue going if you're trying to build any sense of suspense for the viewer!
Gore, but certainly no horror makes this a cheap amateur venture into the absurd.
I'm normally very forgiving of horror films, particularly low-budget indie fright-flicks. But 'The Man Who Collected Food' was a major disappointment. The director clearly loves his Troma films but his very derivative approach manages to smother any spark of originality from the film - which is quite an achievement given the highly unusual subject matter. There is an energy to the film, but it's more akin to the manic irrationality that occurs when kids drink too much red cordial. The supporting characters are simply annoying ( particularly the alien-obsessed neighbour, gah) and for a horror-comedy, TMWCF gets the balance terribly wrong - lots of gore, zero laughs.