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Downrange sees the director of Versus and Midnight Meat Train saddled with an inexperienced cast, a tin ear for dialogue, and a thin premise.
A bloody one-note horror film.
It's a tale of survival that asks you to empathize with the characters not necessarily because they do or do not deserve it, but because they're there.
Downrange is trash, but in an almost elemental vein ...
The characters are indistinct and the performances lousy, but such deficiencies are less vexing when the blood, brains, and bullets are flying with such abandon.
The intensity in this film builds skillfully to achieve a gratifying crescendo in the final act, which had me on the edge of my seat and actually screaming at the screen.
The buildup is so skillfully constructed, the violence so brutal, the depiction of the sniper so nightmarish, and the tension so visceral that it's impossible not to find the movie totally effective.
Downrange is a thrill ride playing into audiences' fears over current events. The film takes a while to to get into a rhythm, but once it does it is exciting, gory, and filled with a couple fun twists and turns.
All the visual flair in the world can't make up for one of the most unlikable, un-charismatic cadres of horror protagonists in years.
Exudes an air of all time great Sam Raimi, establishing it and all of its thrilling delights right from the start. [Full Review in Spanish]
Simple, lean, and merciless, Downrange doesn't waste time with expository setup. You are there, in the moment, when things go south and the suspense only occasionally loosens its death grip on your psyche.
It's one of those films where the characters aren't much more than sacrifices servicing a super effective and creative purpose. [Full Review in Spanish]
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