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Primal Rage: The Legend of Oh-Mah

Primal Rage: The Legend of Oh-Mah

Primal Rage: The Legend of Oh-Mah

Primal Rage is a 2017 American blood and guts movie coordinated by enhancements master Patrick Magee (he has taken a shot at House with a 100 Eyes; Zombie Strippers; The Slaughter; et al) from a screenplay co-composed with Jay Lee (100 Acres of Hell; Alyce Kills). The Blue Fox Entertainment film stars Casey Gagliardi, Andrew Joseph Montgomery, and Eloy Casados. Primal Rage: The Legend of Oh-Mah

Lost somewhere down in the timberland of the Pacific Northwest, Ashley and Max Carr are stalked by an unnerving animal that may be Bigfoot. Before long they end up involved in a bizarre place that is known for Native American fantasy and legend turned genuine. Primal Rage: The Legend of Oh-Mah

Pitifully attempting to make due, with a modest bunch of upsetting local people, they should battle back against this beast in an edgy clash of crucial…


“Despite its defects, Primal Rage is as yet a unimaginably engaging creature motion picture, gloating some stunning handy impacts and a frightening scalawag. The story won’t not be all that drawing in, but rather Magee almost compensates for that with some extraordinary pursues and fiendish gut.” Luiz H.C., Bloody Disgusting

” … demonstrates another side of the legendary beast Sasquatch you have never observed, which makes it a much needed refresher, and in spite of the fact that the approach itself skirts on ludicrous, it causes the film to fill in as much as a guts-and-gut driven slasher, as it does as a grim animal component with two strong lead characters you really think about.” George Beremov, CineMarvellous! Primal Rage: The Legend of Oh-Mah

“Primal Rage isn’t terrible. It’s simply uninspiring, customary, standard, by the numbers, or whatever other term you need to use to portray its identity of person on foot modesty. Acting, as most different components in the motion picture, is satisfactory. Casey Gagliardi has a little Katrina Bowden quality boosting onscreen request as Ashley.” Ian Sedensky, Culture Crypt Primal Rage: The Legend of Oh-Mah

” … past gut and fear, Magee likewise has a honest to goodness aptitude at shooting physical scenes. Towards the film’s end result, Montgomery, who faces with the Oh-Mah mano-a-mano, is shrouded in mud, springing and tumbling over and around the colossal brute, conveying a physicality to the film like proficient artists do. For what it’s worth, however he has bounty to take a shot at as far as story… ” Armando Dela Cruz, Screen Anarchy

“In the event that any CGI was utilized, it was insignificant and used to improve different impacts. Loathsomeness fans should get this one in theater on the off chance that they can. Stick around for the post credits to see a more exotic side of the film. I wouldn’t see any problems with seeing that excellence get her own particular turn off film she’s such a fascinating character.” Jason Minton, Without Your Head Primal Rage: The Legend of Oh-Mah

“Stuffed out with a lot of air-pounding activity, executioner down to earth make-up impacts and a fresh out of the box new Sasquatch for the ages, Primal Fear is a colossally fun animal element, yet one that startles itself one too often with some troublesome character work and a sub-plot that never entirely includes.” Ben Robins, HeyUGuys


“On account of some pleasantly drawn characters, Primal Rage is greatly improved than Exists, yet it isn’t so fun as Stomping Ground. You presumably don’t have to reschedule your life to see it tomorrow, however you should set aside opportunity to value Casadas’ last work when it hits spilling stages.” Joe Bendel, J.B. Twists

” … Primal Rage is an embellishments bonanza that resolute frightfulness fans will grasp wholeheartedly. While the set up and general curve of the story don’t convey anything new to classification, recall that the situating of the casualties isn’t of import in this ghoulishly exceptional presentation, it is the means by which they’re unremittingly removed the board that issues.” Kyle Jonathan, The Movie Sleuth Primal Rage: The Legend of Oh-Mah

Duration: 106 min


IMDb: 4.8

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Primal Rage: The Legend of Oh-Mah
Primal Rage: The Legend of Oh-Mah
Primal Rage: The Legend of Oh-Mah
Primal Rage: The Legend of Oh-Mah