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The Rage (2007)

R | | Horror | 19 October 2007 (USA)
A crazed scientist experimenting with a rage virus on innocent victims in a laboratory in the woods. When his monstrous subjects escape and vultures devour their remains, they became mutations seeking to feed on humans.

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Kat
Ryan Hooks ...
Josh
Sean Serino ...
Pris
Rachel Scheer ...
Olivia
Anthony Clark ...
Jay
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Larry (as Christopher Nelson)
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Uncle Ben
Angela Gasparec ...
Cheating Girl
Matt Jerrams ...
The Commander / Mathius
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Gor
Jillian McLaughlin ...
Shelly
Charles Price ...
Gooey
Sean Rodgers ...
Gimp Cage Freak
Carl Hunnell ...
Squib Head Freak

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A crazed scientist experimenting with a rage virus on innocent victims in a laboratory in the woods. When his monstrous subjects escape and vultures devour their remains, they became mutations seeking to feed on humans.

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A Mega-Dose of Pure Terror

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Rated R for strong horror violence/gore, language, some sexuality and drug use | See all certifications »

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$2,000,000 (estimated)
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Director Robert Kurtzman came up with the story after he saw a vulture display at a museum in New York City. See more »

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When the zombie vultures are attacking the RV, a zombie's dismembered head is thrown through the RV window with enough force to break the glass. However, the only creatures outside the RV are the vultures and the decapitated zombie, which is trapped under the vehicle. There is no explanation for the head's flight into the RV. See more »

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Kat: Die, you fucking evil Oompa Loompa!
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All freaks and mutant vultures were harmed in the making of this film. See more »

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References Ginî piggu 2: Chiniku no hana (1985) See more »

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12 Hundred
performed by Mushroomhead
Courtesy by Megaforce Records
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Divoff Shines Once Again
4 March 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is definitely Andrew Divoff's finest work in the genre in over a decade since Wishmaster. He really chews the scenery like a champ and is a blast to watch. Kurtzman also redeemed himself for his disappointing effort from last year Buried Alive. Rage did have a few flaws though but first I'll highlight the strong points. For one this film keeps the action moving from the very first gruesome scene to the last. The gore and makeup effects are top notch with the botched medical experiments and mutated vultures literally disemboweling people and sending limbs flying left and right. I won't ruin the specifics but if you dig blood this film delivers. Nothing is taken too seriously in this film although Divoff's back story really added some surprising layers to the typical mad scientist role. Erin Brown (Misty Mundae) is really starting to show she's good for more than just T and A in skin flicks. Although a return to that genre wouldn't be un welcomed LOL. Erin has has some cool moments in this including going postal on a perverted transvestite dwarf mutant......Yes you read that right. On the negative side less than convincing CGI mostly with the vultures. It certainly didn't ruin the movie by any means but there were a few shots that didn't look to great. All in all a must see in my opinion. Get the unrated DVD.


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