New Poster Arrives + See the Trailer for Zoe Bell's Wild 'Raze' Movie

October 9, 2013

Zoe Bell's Raze

"You should see the other girls." Oh, you haven't heard about this film yet? A wild action/horror indie film called Raze that stars stunt-woman Zoe Bell (who also produced) as well as Rachel Nichols, Tracie Thoms, Sherilyn Fenn, Doug Jones, Bailey Anne Borders, Rebecca Marshall, Adrienne Wilkinson and Allene Quincy. The plot involves 50 women that are kidnapped and held captive and forced to fight to the death. Uh yea, that sounds kind of awesome, and we have a trailer and a poster to prove it. The trailer is old, but the poster is brand new (and it reminds me a bit of the vintage Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! poster art) timed with the upcoming New York Comic-Con premiere. Now you've heard of this film, but will you watch it? You tell us.

Here's the new promo poster for Josh C. Waller's film Raze, originally debuted by Entertainment Weekly:

Zoe Bell's Raze Poster

To top off that new poster, here's the original trailer for Raze which was first debuted earlier in the year:

Raze, an action/horror film, focuses on two abducted women and 50 other women who are forced to fight each other using their bare hands. The film is directed by Josh C. Waller (of the film McCanick and a number of shorts previously), from a screenplay written by Robert Beaucage, and a story by Beaucage, Kenny Gage & Josh C. Waller. Actress/stunt-woman Zoe Bell is a producer, along with Kenny Gage, Andrew Pagana and Josh C. Waller. Zoe Bell explained previously about the film: "It's about 50 women that are kidnapped and held captive and forced to fight to the death. They all have a loved one that’s being held ransom so if we don't fight, our loved one dies. If we lose, our loved one dies, so basically literally forced to fight to the death." This first premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and is also playing at the New York Comic-Con. IFC Midnight will release Raze in theaters and on VOD starting January 10th early next year.

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Classic exploitation flick. Sounds like it good could very good. Sounds like it will likely turn into a revenge plot.

DAVIDPD on Oct 9, 2013


The only thing wrong with this is that it is not a documentary.

Astroboy3000 on Oct 9, 2013


Looks good, cool poster too. I may have to see this

Richie G on Oct 10, 2013


Feels like HOSTEL meets Fight Club for women.

PikeyOneil on Oct 10, 2013


When it comes to Houston?

Charles Westmoreland on Oct 10, 2013


Looks interesting. Nice to see Sherilyn Fenn after a long hiatus.

Cal J. on Oct 10, 2013

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