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  Rendel on DVD and VOD [read more]
  Beat up crime!
  Batman's dramatic flair and The Punisher's merciless morals collide in Finland's violent, pulp noir answer to the booming superhero genre, as a masked vigilante wages a one-man war on the criminals ruining his city, and his life...

Jesse Haaja's feature film debut is a blood-splattered love letter to genre classics showcasing the director's remarkable ability to balance inspiration with carving a unique identity and world for our masked anti-hero. For example, wonderfully framed stealthy takedowns and brutal brawls wouldn't feel out of place in Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight trilogy, but are infused with a raw brutality that only Rendel can deliver!

Rendel isn't all dread and brooding however, matching the thrilling ultra-violence with refreshing injections of genuine humour, like goons debating the meaning of "take care of him". While our titular hero excels as a stoic defender, Rami Rusinen brings a chaotic likeability to our foe, the wannabe gangster heir frustrated by his ambitions meeting the black mask of justice.

Bringing a pulp noir spin to one of cinema's most popular genres, Rendel is a new kind of hero not to be missed! On DVD and Digital 25th February 2019 - try the trailer at the link.
  Graeme Clark [30 Jan 2019 at 00:53]
     

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