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American and British friends studying in Finland decide to take up an offer to travel to the Arctic Circle and experience the mysterious, pagan celebration of Midsummer's Eve.

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American and British friends studying in Finland decide to take up an offer to travel to the Arctic Circle and experience the mysterious, pagan celebration of Midsummer's Eve.

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The first film ever shot in the Helsinki Music Centre (used as the set for the Art University where the main characters studied) which, at the time, was not yet open to the public. See more »

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A real treat!
6 March 2015 | by See all my reviews

I am a big fan of horror, action and scary movie. I watched Rage: Midsummer's Eve (2015) and wasn't disappointed! I highly recommend it. Right from the very start, my eyes were frozen to the screen. I couldn't take my eyes off of it.

I enjoyed the plot of this film. The script contains many clever "so that's what that was about!" moments, and the twists are much more complicated and scary than you would expect in a horror sequel.

The acting was on point. Johnny Sachon and Michael Vardian were extremely impressive in their respective performance. I was blown away at how beautifully done it was: the camera work, the acting, the story, it all took me by surprise. Technically, it is very crafty. You won't suspect it coming.

In general, "Rage: Midsummer's Eve" possesses a professionalism not often seen in the genre; most horror films go for cheap across the board from the budget to the talent to the thrills. The film is distinct in terms of story. Not an ounce of it can be perceived as immature or hollow. What a rare treat!


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