Wednesday, November 7, 2012


The fans of the Wesley Snipes and fans of the wild west and horror genres have been long-awaiting the Gallowwalker’s release. Shrouds of mystery and rumor surrounded the film following Wesley's legal complications and headlines of the last several years. However, with Wesley's release scheduled for the summer of 2013, the film remained "never having been seen" and its release strategy is still a tightly keep secret. The World Premiere FrightFest 2012 at the Vue West End, in London's Leicester Square occured Saturday October 27th 2012.

Gallowwalker - International title

A 2006 U.S.A., U.K. co-production [Sheer Films (London)]
Producers: Jack Bowyer, Hamish Skeggs
Director: Andrew Goth
Story: Andrew Goth
Screenplay: Andrew Goth, Joanne Reay
Cinematography: Henner Hofmann [color]
Music: Stephen Warbeck
Running time: 90 minutes

Aman - Wesley Snipes
Fabulos - Riley Smith
Kansa - Kevin Howarth
Angel - Tanit Phoenix
Apollo Jones - Steven Elder (Steven Lawrence)
Marshal Gaza - Patrick Bergin
Scorpius - Dallas Page (Page Falkinberg)
Mistress - Jenny Gago
Sueno - Alyssa Pridham
Forty Bold - Alex Avant
Hool - Hector Hank
Kisscut - Simona Brhlikova
Slip Knot - Jonathan Garcia
Bubis - Jack Bowyer
Red - Arthur Berezin
Mosca - Derek Griffiths
Hool gang members - Joe Zmztsky, Pierre Roos
one legged prison officer - Willem Venter
Soprano - Shani Maritz
Poe - Vilo Vilonel
Cunny - Sean Naude
church elders - Derek Soutwork, Wotan Swiegers
Aman’s mother - Vicky Moller-Forbes
young Aman - Frederick Haraseb
pulley driver - Roberto Husselmann
church novice - Martin Strauss 

When a nun broke her covenant with God to save the life of Aman, her unborn son, he was cursed for life. As an adult, Aman has killed those who have crossed him. But his curse brings his victims back to life, and as the undead, they pursue him endlessly for revenge. Forever suffering this curse, Aman enlists Fabulos, a young gunman, to fight by his side against his undead victims.

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  1. We might get to see it on DVD but I don't expect it to be released at the theaters.