The Rage (2007 film)
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The Rage theatrical poster
|Directed by||Robert Kurtzman|
|Produced by||John Bisson
|Written by||John Bisson
|Music by||Edward Douglas (Midnight Syndicate)|
|Edited by||Andrew Sagar|
|Distributed by||Screen Media Films|
|Running time||86 minutes|
The film stars Andrew Divoff and Erin Brown and was directed by Robert Kurtzman. It was first shown at the Fantasia Festival in Canada on July 13, 2007 and released on DVD by the independent company Screen Media Films on February 26, 2008.
The music videos for Mushroomhead's "12 Hundred" and "Damage Done" were filmed on the set, and are featured in the film's DVD.
A mad scientist named Dr. Viktor Vasilienko (Andrew Divoff) is disillusioned with capitalist society and creates a virus that is designed to make people rage with anger. In his hidden laboratory in the woods, he begins testing the virus on innocents. His experiments don't go as planned and his infected victims escape into the wilderness. There, the infection spreads as vultures eat the remains of the test subjects and become out of control with the compulsion to eat human flesh.
|Andrew Divoff||Dr. Viktor Vasilienko|
|Reggie Bannister||Uncle Ben|
|Christopher Allen Nelson||Chris|