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Paul Moder ...
Danny Berdan
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Zach
Teague Rook ...
Orville
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Roger
Campbell Usher ...
Anthony
Shannon Young ...
Rob
Matt Robertson ...
Chris
Julie Eckersley ...
Jenny
David Bradshaw ...
Hersch
Vincent Gil ...
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Hurstleigh
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Syksey
Craig Madden ...
Garth
David Serafin ...
Parking Inspector
Chris McLean ...
Dean
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RAZOR EATERS is your front-row ticket to an anarchistic rampage of violence, death and destruction. Based loosely on the exploits of the Hedge-Burners gang who plagued Melbourne and videotaped their crimes, the RAZOR EATERS gang swings its broad sword across suburbia, delivering explosive thrills and bloody eye-candy. Heralding the motto 'Organise, Traumatise, Immortalise', the five young members attract headlines by targeting all those we'd love to see get punished - filthy drug dealers, corrupt politicians, arrogant sports stars...and parking inspectors! Written by Nick Levy

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Organise. Traumatise. Immortalise.

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10 July 2006 (Australia)  »

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When the Camira is tailgating the boys' vehicle, they stop and Zach tells the others to get this "Irresponsible, reckless, endangering *expletive* in to the back of that station wagon". In the next cut, the guy is hustled in to the back of a station wagon. In the next cut we see them setting fire to a sedan. See more »

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Zach: And starting tonight, with this smashed-up turnover of one of our feared underground arms dealers... we write the new book on infamy. 'Cos our role-call of notorious crims, over here... they couldn't make an impact on a meringue with a fucking jack hammer!
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Dire studenty film project
4 March 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Felt I had to counter the comments on this film, many of which may well have been written by PR types or those close to the makers.

Just my opinion, but I thought this was appalling and amateurish and tedious. From the word go I hated it. It's shot on video, which is never a good thing: it exposes the dreadfulness of the acting, it makes the violence look fake, it makes the gore look unconvincing. It looks cheap and nasty, which is what this film, if you can call it that, is.

The gang simply aren't scary either, they're just idiots. The plot is banal. The statements it tries to make about the media's treatment of violence are portentous and unconvincing. The makers would like it if people bandied round the names of other, better films in relation to theirs, but I'm not even going to do that.

Avoid at all costs.


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