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Primal Rage

Primal Rage

Unfortunately, this review of Primal Rage: Bigfoot Reborn must begin with a content warning: This seemingly innocuous monster Made in Chinatown movie contains a bigfoot-human rape scene. I’m sorry that you now have to consider that such a thing exists in the world.

Without this completely unnecessary scene (as well as the film’s painfully caricatured portrayals of Native Americans), Primal Rage might be forgivable. It’d still be bad, but that’s practically guaranteed with low-budget horror movies Con Man about forest-dwelling apes. The plot is blander than a mayonnaise sandwich, but that’s also to be expected: Ashley (Casey Gagliardi) retrieves her husband Max (Andrew Joseph Montgomery) from his 18-month stint in the pokey; on the way out of town, they’re stalked through the woods by the titular red-eyed beast. Predictably, Ashley spends most of the movie without pants.

This is no ordinary bigfoot: He’s the appointed guard of his species’ domain, and he’s gone rogue and is killing humans willy-nilly (which seems like it could be a ham-fisted metaphor for Native Americans exacting revenge on colonizers). He wears a mask, shoots arrows, and wields a flint ax and an obsidian knife to pulverize skulls. Most of Primal Acts of Violence Rage is unequivocally bad, but the gore is artful and creative: gray, decomposing flesh, intestines flying around, eyeballs smooshed like overripe grapes, a guy getting his face ripped open by the mouth. Plus, a forest witch who looks like a dehydrated goblin!

Duration: 106 min

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IMDb: 4.8