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Raze

Raze

Genders: Action, Horror

Director: Josh C. Waller

Writer: Robert Beaucage (story), Kenny Gage (story), Josh

Actors: Zoë Bell, Rachel Nichols, Tracie Thoms, Sherilyn Fenn

Year: 2014
Run time: 87min
IMDB score: 5.1
Updated: one year ago

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Movie name: Raze

Genders: Action, Horror

Imdb Score: 5.1

Runtime: 87min

Released: 16 Jan 2014

Director: Josh C. Waller

Writer: Robert Beaucage (story), Kenny Gage (story), Josh

Actors: Zoë Bell, Rachel Nichols, Tracie Thoms, Sherilyn Fenn

Box Office: $3.5k

Company: IFC Films

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Review

Groundless sadism and violence

5/10 I'm a huge fan of women fighting and action women in general, it can pretty easily turn me on. This doesn't however prevent me from thinking that when you make such a violent and sadistic movie you have to legitimize it with at least a decent storyline. Because if it just becomes about watching women beat each other to death, then it's just pure perversion. I would have been OK with this thin storyline if the fights weren't to the death or if they didn't last so long (most of the movie). On the other hand, I was very impressed by Zoe Bell and I found her performance electrifying. She's the only thing that prevents this whole movie to completely fall apart, since the rest of the cast is not very good, with the sole exception of Doug Jones. To sum up, this movie can be pretty entertaining at times, the leading actress is impressive and you will see a lot of women fighting. But its excesses are too gratuitous.

one year ago

Brutal movie, but totally meaningless...

3/10 This is without a doubt one of the most pointless movies that I have seen. The storyline is nearly non-existing. Basically this is a movie about a group of women held captive and forced to fight one another to the death, under the threat of harm and death to their loved ones.

And that was it.

Sure, there were some good enough fight scenes throughout the movie, but it hardly made up for the total and complete lack of a proper storyline.

And truth be told, I actually fell asleep during the movie, only to wake up because of some loud noise from the movie. And even having slept for a part of the movie, I was missing not a single beat of what was going on; women having to kill each other.

While the cast were doing good enough jobs with their given roles, they just had nothing to work with and whatever was there was stacked against them. The characters were meaningless and without any background stories, which ultimately made you distance yourself from them, as there was nothing to care about or anything to be drawn in by.

There are some fairly brutal moments throughout the movie, but again, this does absolutely nothing to make up for the horrible lack of a proper storyline.

All in all, then "Raze" is a pointless movie experience about violence amongst captive women. I believe if you are a fan of anyone on the cast list that you might find some enjoyment in this movie. Otherwise, then I find it next to impossible to find any reason for recommending you wasting your time on this.

one year ago

Very intense, dark action/horror

9/10 There is no general theatrical or digital release date yet for Raze (as of this post), so I can't tell you when you might see it, but it's worth a look for fans of horror or, well, tournament fighting movies. This movie is very lean. It doesn't include anything it doesn't need. Women who are athletic or who have some sort of fighting experience are being kidnapped, held in some hidden underground prison, and forced to fight to the death, for the entertainment of rich folks of course. If the women lose or refuse to fight, their closest loved ones will be killed. Doug Jones and Sherilyn Fenn are the cheerfully creepy married couple running things. Zoe Bell, also a producer, is one of the fighters, killing to help protect a daughter she hasn't seen in many years. Other fighters include familiar faces like Rachel Nichols, Tracie Thoms, and Rosario Dawson. It's very dark, and brutally violent, but not exploitative. It's not "sexist sh1t!" as one unhappy viewer shouted at the director and star after our screening (though he still stayed for the entire film). I couldn't say anything about the most surprising or rewarding bits of the movie without major spoilers, so let me just say do NOT be deterred by the low IMDb rating. It's a good one!

one year ago

Not your regular 90 minutes martial arts flick

7/10 It is really good. Unfortunately a lot of people seem to watch it with the completely wrong ideas about it in their head. This movie is not about empowered women and it doesn't make any political statements. It shows how women from different walks of life act when thrown into an impossible situation. For this the organization who kidnaps them chose women who know how to fight or else the whole setup wouldn't make much sense. But it is not like your regular 90 minutes martial arts flick. There is nothing heroic about it. The directing, the lighting, the soundtrack - that's all closer to what you see in horror movies and they way they went about making this film reminded me a little bit of Saw.

I gave it 7/10. The acting is damn good and the general mood of the movie is dark. The fighting isn't glorified and flashy like in your regular action movie where male fighters have to fight in a to-the-death tournament. It is extreme, unpretty and direct. If they had given the story a little bit more room for getting into the surroundings and the organization who's holding the fights I'd probably have given it an 8. A few things were to compressed in my opinion.

one year ago

The first rule of Raze is go watch Fight Club

2/10 Gender twist on a familiar plot. Women are abducted and forced to fight each other to the death for the amusement of rich people. Rachel Nichols gets the Janet Leigh treatment, introduced as if she were the star but killed off very early. The real star is Zoe Bell, who's reunited with her Deathproof costars Tracie Thoms and Rosario Dawson (the latter of which is supposed to be a surprise but IMDb's trivia section spoiled it for me). Bell, for those who don't know, is an accomplished stuntwoman who's done surprisingly well when given acting jobs up until now. Here, however, I'll just say that as an actress Zoe makes a great stuntwoman. When it comes to squinting her way through action scenes, she's a regular Clint Eastwood. The rest of the time she's pretty weak. Rebecca Marshall chews scenery as the fighter who likes killing. Doug Jones and Sherilyn Fenn are the bad guys but they're sadly given little to work with. The fight scenes are brutal and bloody. I won't compliment them for their choreography as they aren't staged to be dramatic but to be realistic. How is that entertaining? I'll take Lionheart over this nauseating mess. Depressing ending is the cherry on top of the crap sundae.

one year ago