The Razing (2022) 1080p

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Genres:
Drama | Horror
Resolution:
1918*1078
Size:
2.02G
Quality:
1080p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 5.1  
Run Time:
109 min
IMDB Rating:
0 / 10 
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Directors: J. Arcane [Director] ,


Movie Description:
A group of estranged friends gather for a night of tradition which takes a deadly turn after old secrets and wounds resurface.

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Reviews

Stopped watching, intolerable

Talk, talk, talk, with cinematography by the guy who did Battlefield Earth- tilted, noisy and piss-yellow. The characters are unengaging and truly obnoxious- they all hate each other, they all sound alike, you wonder why you and they are there and ultimately I didn't care enough to find out. I have no doubt you'll have guessed it by about ten minutes in, and I guarantee whatever your guess, it will prove more interesting than whatever this was.

This distorted ochre dirge runs for 110 minutes, and for nearly all the fraction of that I could stand they were in an apartment, with something more interesting going on outside. Maybe that was the joke all along- watch this with people you hate, then leave to do something more interesting midway through.

One star, eff this.

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I really was into this movie at the start, because the photography and the sound score are intensely dark, unnerving and claustrophobic. Really impressive.

The dialogues are dark and intens and unnerving as well. This promised to be a heck of an intensely dark movie at the start.

The bad; unfortunately, this movie has only got 1 gear. There are no breathers in this script. There are no breathers in the constant booming loud sound score and distorted photography. There is no pause between the clashes of the characters. It's simply TOO much for TOO long.

The story is quite erratic. Weird and confusing storylines can be interesting, but there has to be some core credibility to the story to keep me engaged.
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