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I Am Rage

UK 2023
produced by
Stephen Durham, Eric Easley, Lorraine Keith, Niko Foster (executive) for 2nd Nature Films, Clear Focus Movies
directed by David Ryan Keith
starring Travis Demarus Brown, Hannaj Bang Bendz, Marta Svetek, Derek Nelson, Antonia Whillans, Debbie Sheridan, Luke Aquilina, Jamie B. Chambers, Niko Foster, Nate Bright, Mark Wood, Rajesh Rishudeo, Ryan Livingstone, Jack Watson, Barry Thackrey, Daniel Franklin
written by David Ryan Keith, Stephen Durham, music by Drew Denton, stunt coordinator: Chris Torres, special makeup effects by Nate Bright, Samantha Jack

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Brothers Adam (Derek Nelson) and Michael (Luke Aquilina) are excited to bring their new girlfriends, Erin (Hannaj Bang Bendz) and Sarah (Antonia Whillans) respectively, to their parents' home to meet their parents (Jamie B. Chambers, Debbie Sheridan) and their sister Margret (Marta Svetek). Now sure, the parents live in a mansion in the middle of nowhere and are a bit eccentric, especially when it comes to their obsession with hunting, but by and large their first dinner together goes fairly well - until the two girls notice their wine has been drugged - but when they notice it's already too late, and before you know it they find themselves in the mansion's basement, tied to chairs, and Michael is in the process of torturing Sarah with Michael watching on with delight. But that's not just for shits and giggles, they want to get the girls' blood boiling with adrenaline - to then kill them and siphon their blood to sell it to sick fucks worldwide at premium prices. Thing is, once Michael is called away for a minute, Erin manages to free herself, then she beats Adam to a pulp, frees Sarah, kills Michael upon his return, then the two girls free all the other prisoners and try to make an escape. An escape that doesn't get very far though as Erin is caught by surprise by Margret. And Margret soon finds out how Erin could have bested her two brothers, she has been abducted as a kid and tortured for 15 years straight before brutally killing her captors, and her blood's almost pure adrenaline, so much so that drinking it undiluted would kill one. Finding that out though gives Margret an idea, why not launch a human manhunt with the girls as prey in honour of their rich guest and wannabe-manhunter Wilson (Niko Foster), who's happy to pay any price for this adventure. It seems like an uneven fight, but by that point, Erin has a lot of pent-up rage inside her, and without her medication she only knows one way to let off steam ...


Ok, the premise of this film is a bit silly, and there's never any explanation given where Erin has learned to fight as well, as rage is one thing, technique a whole other. But that's really nitpicking as while watching the movie these question never pops up, the whole thing's just that tight, an action/horror hybrid filled to the brim with shocks and suspense on the one side, pretty brutal fights and chases on the other, with a very relentless attitude towards all of it. And Hannah Bang Bendz really comes across convincingly as badass broad and effortlessly carries the film, supported by a solid ensemble - and all of this adds up to rather excellent genre entertainment.


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