Once your dead your dead…right?
Wesley Snipes is back in a previously unreleased project still killing the undead in the form of Gallowwalkers every film should have an audience to watch it, and now finally in 2012 it’s Gallowwalkers turn. It was really good to see Wesley Snipes back on the big screen where he belongs in this Spaghetti Western, Cowboy, Zombie horror film. I was lucky enough to attend a pre screening before its world premiere screening at Fright Fest.
The plot is slightly confusing at times and revolves around Aman (Wesley Snipes) who has a curse brought upon him after his mother breaks her covenant with God to insure his survival, the only problem is that while Aman is saved all those that have died at his hand previously are also back from the dead as Gallowalkers and they are after not only vengeance but also his blood, can he kill them again? Realising he may not be able to take them on his own he enlists the help of fearless Fabulos (Riley Smith) together they track down the men who killed the only woman Aman ever loved the reason for his vengeance and the one that started it all.
The film has some really good one liners “I blew you a kiss and you blew me away” being a particular favourite of mine. Wesley Snipes lines were few and far between but this just gave them even more impact hen he did deliver them. I really enjoyed the musical score which seemed particularly fitting to the film. The films tagline: Live by the gun. Die by the gun. Come back for more… Come back for more they did.
Gallowwalkers was a surreal slightly confusing, gun slinging, rock slinging, blood, guts and guns and of course the walking dead. Wesley Snipes is scheduled for a July 2013 release from prison due to tax evasion charges.
Gallowwalkers was his last project previously unreleased until now!