I Am Rage (2023)

Co-writer/director David Ryan Keith begins his film with the sight of a woman (Marta Svetek) readying herself to work, applying lipstick before she puts on her uniform of a mask and a black cloak. She then enters a room highlighting her depraved task, which involves a man tied to a chair and the table of utensils before him. While the man manages to free himself, any hopes of escape are fleeting as he is soon beaten down and executed, with a bucket underneath his slit throat collecting as much blood as possible to prevent “a waste of a good product”.

My review of I Am Rage is now available to read at Nerdly.