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Film Review - Raze

RAZE Zoe Bell

“Raze” is an exercise in screen savagery. It’s bound to attract some extra attention due to its large female cast, with horrifying violence typically the playground of men, making the picture a novelty in this day and age. However, it’s not a film to be taken lightly, as director Josh C. Waller (making his feature-length debut) approaches the material with a solemnity that’s penetrating, investing in raw aggression to snap viewers to attention, watching the characters beat one another into bloody pulps. “Raze” is strong stuff, but also briskly paced and interested in the psychological ramifications of such unrelenting brutality. Read the rest at


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