I’ve been looking forward to Axe Giant: The Wrath of Paul Bunyan ever since I first heard about it, and it won’t be too much longer until we all get a chance to see what happens when a great American tall tale gets a monstrous slasher makeover.
We’ve been following the progress of the new folklore-inspired horror flick Bunyan. If you’re at Shockfest in Hollywood next weekend you’ll be the first to get a chance to see the giant lumberjack chop up some campers.
Fairy tales and folklore seem to be all the rage lately, and speaking of rage, what could be more horrifying than a pissed off and gigantic killer swinging an axe big enough to take down a building?
One horror flick that has me curious is Gary Jones' Bunyan, a reimagining of the tall tale of titanic lumberjack Paul Bunyan that brings his legend to bloody life as a 15-foot giant maniac with a very large ax. Producer Jeff Miller was kind enough to send over some news stills from the movie and word of a new cast member who's no stranger to forests.
Producer Jeff Miller sent over some info and production stills from his new horror flick Bunyan, which puts a spin on Paul Bunyan, the mythological mountain of a man lumberjack of folk tales, by transforming him into a monstrous maniac ready to put the axe to a camp full of troubled teens.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Kevin Sorbo, David Schofield, Annabel Wright, Todd Jensen, Jarrett "The Defuser" Cripen Directed by Gary Jones
For many of us our first introduction into the world of horror came from our parents telling us, "If you aren't good, The Boogeyman will get you!" To that I say thanks for starting me early on shitting my pants, mom and dad!
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Steven Bauer, Musetta Vander, Ted Raimi, Vanessa Angel, Peter Jason Directed by Gary Jones In space no one can hear you scream, "Someone made a sequel to Raptor Island? You have got to be joking!"
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring David Renton, William Atherton, Erin Gray, James DeBello Directed by Gary Jones
Director/VFX Supervisor Gary Jones (Mosquito, Spiders) dropped me an email about Ghouls, his new film premiering on the Sci-Fi Channel this weekend. Sci-Fi must really be high on the film since I've seen ads hyping it as not just an original movie premiering, but as an "event".