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Raze

3.9 out of 5 stars 95 customer reviews

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After she is drugged and abducted, Jamie (Rachel Nichols, Continuum) awakens to find herself in a concrete bunker where she meets fellow abductee Sabrina (Zoe Bell, Death Proof). Before long the two women discover that they are in a modern-day coliseum, where they and 48 other women have been selected to fight to the death in order to save both themselves and their loved ones. Co-starring genre favorites Doug Jones (Hellboy) and Sherilyn Fenn (Twin Peaks), director Josh C. Waller s RAZE is a no-holds-barred assault on the senses featuring some of the most brutal action combat ever put on film. In this contest, may the best woman win.

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  • Actors: Zoë Bell, Rachel Nichols
  • Directors: Josh C. Waller
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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    Restricted
  • Studio: MPI HOME VIDEO
  • DVD Release Date: May 20, 2014
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (95 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00IA1VQBS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #49,991 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Raze was a very brutal film about women that are kidnapped and forced to fight for the survival of the person they love the most and themselves due to the fact that this organization kidnaps one of their loved one as well as the women. this strange organization only target women who have fighting skills or military training.

"Sherilyn Fenn" plays a complete whack job as the wife of the man in charge, the very strange looking "Doug Jones", actually they're both in charge and "Zoë Bell" is amazing as Sabrina the baddest b*tch in captivity.I was shocked by "Rosario Dawson's" appearance in the film because she only had about 4 minutes of screen time and she is actually the biggest name in it.

The beginning was exciting and again brutal.The women keep pairing off to fight to the death and it got a bit monotonous until they start pairing woman that have become friends with each other and this is very heart wrenching to watch in parts.

You of course have Two most bad ass chicks that will eventually fight to the death near the end.There are some fun surprises thrown the viewers way in the third act and the last 20 minutes or so is a full on slash and bash fest.

There are some great aspects of revenge in the third act that will satisfy you especially after all the hell these women have endured by the hands of their captors.

The very end is sort of ambiguous but it left me feeling ok about the entire film.
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Beyond brutal and containing a giant amount of fight and kill action, RAZE is as advertised: A full-on pummeling with superb blood effects, cool set-designs, first-class photography and tons of bone shattering head-smashes. There are excellent touches of gore but the flick is not as exploitative as many other sadistic thrillers.

RAZE is definitely a horror movie, however, so buyer beware as it's a particularly disturbing one. Fans of hyper-violent film should watch immediately. Bravo Ladies!
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Remember when you were a kid, and something came on the tube that looked an awful lot like it was going to feature women behind bars? It looked like it was going to be filled with every sequence of catfight after catfight, ladies going at it (for their dear lives!)? They’d be scratching, pulling hair, kicking, punching away at one another inside of ninety minutes, and you knew – without a doubt – that only the strong would survive? Remember how – when the trailer ended – mom and dad made you turn the channel or (worse!) simply turn the TV off because they didn’t want you watching that “garbage”? Oh, come on, you pleaded with them, just let me watch the first fight, and then you’ll turn it off, but they still refused, telling you that there were much better things you could do with your time under their roof, in that city, on this Earth?

RAZE is the film you want to watch to make up for missing the other.

(NOTE: The following review will contain minor spoilers necessary solely for the discussion of plot and/or characters. If you’re the type of reader who prefers a review entirely spoiler-free, then I’d encourage you to skip down to the last three paragraphs for my final assessment. If, however, you’re accepting of a few modest hints at ‘things to come,’ then read on …)

From the box art: “After she is drugged and abducted, Jamie awakens to find herself in a concrete bunker where she meets fellow abductee Sabrina. Before long the two women discover that they are in a modern-day coliseum, where they and 48 other women have been selected to fight to the death in order to save both themselves and their loved ones. Co-starring genre favorites Doug Jones and Sherilyn Fenn, director Josh C.
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Out of the blue with little hype (I think maybe I've seen it in two separate articles, with very brief information) comes a powerhouse of an action horror film, Raze. Starring and produced by Zoe Bell, this little indie film that delivers skull crushing, bone breaking, eye gouging sequences of total all out violence, tells the story of an organized underground facility where 50 women are pitted against each other in order to survive.

Rather than introduce us to the entire group, we enter the "tournament" where the ladies have whittled each other down to a group of six to eight left - the best of the best, if you will. As we are thrown into the middle of the action, we come to accept that their lives dwindle inside the walls of their cells as well as the arena, and that is all that matters in Raze. Over time, we get to know this group of women and by the time the film hit the halfway mark, I had chosen sides and officially began to care about these characters. Adrenaline was rushing through my veins, and I was on the edge of my seat, when just previously as the opening credits were rolling, I was in the middle of nodding off to sleep.

Lately, I haven't been too terribly impressed with IFC Midnight offerings, so I was doing my best not to extend the reach of my hopes too high. I was absolutely impressed, however, which slapped me in the face and I could feel the bruise left behind almost as if I were pummeled by one of these fierce women's iron fists. Not only did Zoe Bell turn out an outstanding, very believable performance, I was also thrown when every other star held their own as well. Rachel Nichols and Tracie Thoms were other highlights, although I'm a fan of theirs in the first place.
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