Well, at least someone is celebrating Wesley Snipes’ release from prison later this year!
Back in 2006, Gallowwalker was filmed and quietly shelved the following year. It was during principal photography that Snipes was neck-deep in his tax evasion legal woes. Considering the conviction, I think the producers probably realized the film would then be a little harder to sell to the public. Being that Snipes is set to be released from the McKean Federal Prison on July 19th, those same producers must think this would be high time this zombie-western sees the light of day.
The film was written and directed by Andrew Goth (co-written with Joanne Reay) and also stars Riley Smith, Tanit Phoenix, Kevin Howarth and Patrick Bergin.
Check out this film’s extreme redundancy (but epic ridiculousness) below!
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 (Snipes) 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 (Riley Smith), a young gunman, to fight by his side against his undead victims.