No one should ever tell Elizabeth Cotter that she hits like a girl.
In Burn It All, Cotter takes on a crime syndicate that harvests organs illegally and led by a misogynistic boss. And she doesn’t pull any punches.
Here’s the synopsis:
With a history of men dominating her fate, a broken woman (Cotter) returns to her hometown to bury her mother only to find a violent organ smuggling ring already has the body and wants no witnesses, but by trying to extinguish her—they sparked an inferno.
The rest of the cast included Emily Gateley, Ryan Postell, Elena Flory-Barnes, and Greg Michaels. Brady Hall directed and wrote the screenplay.
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LRM Online’s Gig Patta talked with actress/fighter Elizabeth Cotter and director/writer Brady Hall for the film. We discussed the plot, fight choreography, stunts, and close combat filming challenges.
Elizabeth Cotter is a stunt woman and actress known for her roles in Trumpocalypse, Destination, Waiting Game, and Z Nation. Her background is in wrestling and martial arts. Also, she performed in live-action shows and graduated from The United Stuntmen’s Association as a utility stunt performer. In 2016, she was awarded Best Actress for her role in Destination at The Gigharbor 48 Hour Film Festival.
Brady Hall co-directed with Calvin Reeder in his first film with Polterchrist, a horror-comedy about Jesus Christ killing a bunch of teen partygoers. He followed up with numerous films, including Jerkbeast, June and July, Scrapper, and 7 Witches.
Burn It All is in select theaters today and as VOD.
Watch the exclusive interview below. Let us know what you think.
Source: LRM Online Exclusive, Vertical Entertainment