The horror/thriller genre is already engulfed in plots like friends heading out to some quiet haunted destination for ‘having some fun’. Written and directed by Tii Ricks, Rage: Midsummer’s Eve is just a new addition to that.
The only strong aspect about this film is that there are no night time horror scenes, unlike most others of its kind. For the friends based in Finland go close to the Arctic Circle to celebrate Midsummer’s Eve, when the sun doesn’t set. That’s a pretty outstanding concept. But, what a misuse of the Midnight sun!
Among the actors, Greta Mandelin, Johnny Schon, and Michael Vardian, I think, outshine the rest. Holly Georgia as the lead character quite impassively plays her part.
There is actually nothing else to talk about this 90 minute long flick
blandly written to no end. Surprisingly disappointing, I should say. Not something the real blood and gore fans would want to dig.
But, I really am looking forward to checking out Tii Ricks’ second feature film.