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"Primal Rage" is a terrible horror film with a confused storyline. The promising beginning recalls 1972 "Deliverance", with the redneck hunters dangerously teasing the young couple. It is amazing the lack of chemistry of this lead couple. The Indian community and the sheriff recall 1971 "Billy Jack" with their visions. And the creature is a hybrid of "Predator" and any low-budget Big Foot film. The result is a complete mess with awful conclusion. My vote is four.
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