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Rampage: Project Vermillion (2012)

| Short, Drama, Sci-Fi
With nowhere to turn in her life, Elisa 'Liz' Sterres, a troubled young woman, volunteered for a scientific experiment which subsequently turned her into a massive city-wrecking monster. ... See full summary »

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Justin Calen-Chenn (as JCX LORE)
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Eline Van der Velden Eline Van der Velden ... Elisa 'Liz' Sterres
Steve Madar Steve Madar ... Henry Sterres
Ellie Rose Boswell ... News Reporter (voice)
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With nowhere to turn in her life, Elisa 'Liz' Sterres, a troubled young woman, volunteered for a scientific experiment which subsequently turned her into a massive city-wrecking monster. RAMPAGE: PROJECT VERMILLION tells the story of what happens after Elisa lays waste to a city and the tense confrontation that comes after her brother, Henry, learns what she is and what she's done. Written by Anonymous

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Inspired by the classic video game. There is a monster in all of us.

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Short | Drama | Sci-Fi

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Folkloristics See more »
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2.35 : 1
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Great short film
20 July 2013 | by samuelmullens7See all my reviews

This film is amazing and gorgeous to look at! Great, great music and fantastic acting but the female lead. Also, solid monster vfx despite what had to be a low budget. Solid, solid work by the director and what a team he has behind him even for a film at the micro level. My only complaint is that his film left me on a cliffhanger and I want more!

I've seen the director's other film 'Folklore' a year earlier and I must say, this is a big jump forward for him in terms of style and skill.

The dop is great too even though it looks like he hasn't done that much as a cinematographer. Haunting lighting and beautiful setups.

Score reminded me of Danny Elfman. it's beautiful. Upon further review, it's the same one from 'Folklore' which is why it's so good.


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