Horror Film ‘Raw’ Made People Throw up at Toronto Film Festival Screening

As is commonly said, all craftsmanship ought to make you feel something. Also, bizarrely sick is unquestionably an inclination, isn’t that so? To get directly to the point, Raw, from acclaimed French executive Julia Ducournau, really looks entirely great—even with the human flesh consumption, skin peeling, unreasonable blood, and creature torment.

As quoted by @davemabaldwin:

A year ago, alongside winning the FIPRESCI Prize at Cannes, Raw made various individuals in the crowd black out at the Toronto film Festival. The paramedics must be called, and a representatives said a while later that “a rescue vehicle must be called to the scene as the film turned out to be a lot for two or three benefactors.”

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Written by: Christian Galvez

Christian is the founder of The EXP Grind. He is interested in Indie musicians, Video Games, Anime, and just about anything in Arts and Entertainment. He tries to find art with true meaning in the new and upcoming artists and hopes to reach more creative professionals.

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  1. Jose Jaimes January 13, 2017 | Reply

    Wow. I just saw the trailer. And you were right. So just from seeing the trailer it looks as if her addiction started after they pulled the prank of pouring blood on them. So is this going to mainly a psychological thriller and not a horror movie?

    • Christian Galvez January 13, 2017 | Reply

      I think this year, 2017, is the year of horror films. I’m hoping it’s more psychological than anything. Because that’s the true horror. Not pointless jump scares.

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