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Ravage Nation

USA 2022
produced by
Michael Moutsatsos, Phil Herman, Jake Scozzaro, Ed Gage, Steven Natale, James Lauver, Leora Leon, Rey Gonzalez, Carol Damgen, David Huff, Deborah Barnec Lipinski, Jeffrey Grinel for Dondi Inferno Productions
directed by Michael Moutsatsos
starring Jake Scozzaro, Ed Gage, Steven Natale, Michael Moutsatsos, Rey Gonzalez, Lukas Max, Jonathan Decker, Phil Herman, Olivia Light, Sarah Villacarillo, Steve Hansen, Holland Sharp, Leora Leon, Nail Gurbanov, Joshua Fallat
written by Michael Moutsatsos, music by Len Lamanna, Frail Fragment, Ed Gage, special effects makeup by Steven Natale


review by
Mike Haberfelner

The Corona Virus has done its fair share in deteriorating civilisation from day 1, but CV5, it's latest and most dangerous strain with its ability to zombify has finally succeeded in bringing it down completely and turning humans as such into an everyone-for-themseves creature, which saw all our achievements crumble and evaporate. It's survival of the fittest, but unfortunately the fittest aren't always the best, as marauders, cannibals, sadists and misogynists see their cards on the rise, often driven by conspiracy theorists who tell them what they want. But nobody's better equipped for survival than Dean (Jake Scozzaro), who suffers from multiple personality disorder, but many of his personalities are as violent and lethal as anybody out there, which gives him a dangerous advantage ...


Now Ravage Nation sheds a very cynical light at humankind as such, but seeing how we've collectively (mis-)handled the Covid scare not at all an unfair one. But Ravage Nation is not a film to preach but rather entertain, so it tells its story in several vignettes, some shocking, some actually darkly humourous, that all portray a world gone to the dogs, but that are directed by a sure hand with a feel for atmosphere and a certain light-footedness about them. That said, this still isn't a film for the faint-of-heart as several scenes set out to shock, but it's cool genre entertainment, and a film that sure makes one think.


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