Indie Snapshot: Raze

by Ethan Alter January 10, 2014 6:00 am
Indie Snapshot: <i>Raze</i>

For his entrée into the world of cult filmmaking, Josh C. Waller revives two dormant forms of grindhouse fare: the '70s-era Women in Cages prison pictures from Roger Corman and the '80s-era Bloodsport beatdown brawls starring the likes of Jean-Claude Van Damme. It's an irresistible exploitation-fusion that's guaranteed to make Raze a must-see amongst the sizeable audience of B-movie lovers, who will further be lured into Waller's web by his savvy choice of leading lady: New Zealand stuntwoman (and Quentin Tarantino muse) Zoë Bell. Too bad the film itself doesn't measure up to what must have been a killer pitch session.

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