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The movie Velvet Buzzsaw is a 2019 supernatural horror film.

I found that in the film Rhodora Haze (Rene Russo), owner of the Haze Gallery was a former member of the rock band Velvet Buzzsaw. She had a tattoo on her back which in the end killed her.

I didn't find any other reference to Velvet Buzzsaw, so why the movie is named 'Velvet Buzzsaw'?

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Because her band was named Velvet Buzzsaw and that was the final death in the movie.

Not all movie titles have a secret message in them or something. Star Wars - A war among the stars. John Wick - about a guy named John Wick. There's not always some hidden meaning in movie titles.

  • A "wick" is a burning string and is sometimes used to light things like a bomb, usually called a "fuse" when it has some gunpowder added to it as an accelerant. Not 100%, but that's my story and I'm sticking with it. – Patrick Hughes Feb 11 at 23:40
  • I don't think this is a very good explanation. A title doesn't need to have a secret message to be important - a title is very important for any movie, show, book or poem. It sets expectations by the audience, it helps set the tone. Saying "A title is just a name, it doesn't mean anything" misses a lot of meaning. – Avner Shahar-Kashtan Feb 13 at 20:59

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