[News] Revenge Horror RAVAGE Opening in Select Drive-Ins August 14
Courtesy of Brainstorm Media
Brainstorm Media has revealed that the revenge horror film RAVAGE is now opening in select drive-ins on August 14, 2020, and on Video On Demand on August 21, 2020. Interested in learning more? Check out the newly released trailer below.

Harper, a young nature photographer on assignment in the woods of the Watchatoomy Valley, captures a disturbing event of a man being brutally whipped and beaten in the woods. After reporting the incident to the local sheriff, she is quickly captured by the culprits and taken to an abandoned farm in the woods to be tortured. Due to Harper’s experience as a survivalist she is able to escape but is on the run and has to quickly outsmart captures.

The film stars Annabelle Dexter-Jones (Under The Silver Lake, Holy Motors, “Succession”), two-time Oscar-nominee Bruce Dern (Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood, Peanut Butter Falcon, Nebraska, Coming Home) and Robert Longstreet (Doctor Sleep, Halloween Kills, “The Haunting of Hill House”).

Writer and director Teddy Grennan, previously worked as a producer and executive producer on a variety of independent feature films. Prior to writing the script for RAVAGE, Teddy Grennan spent five years in the animation world writing for Nickelodeon and various other studios including Prana.

Our writer Dolores said, ” RAVAGE is a tension-filled, realistic horror movie about the evil that men do and how things can go very wrong very quickly. It presents a strong female character who isn’t waiting around to be rescued and I like that. She’s not a super-powered spy or superhero, just any ordinary woman who refuses to lie down and die. I think film, especially horror, could use a bit more of that kind of feminine grit.” To read more of her thoughts, check out the rest of her review here.

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