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Highly anticipated ‘AXEMAN 2: Overkill’ delivers its body count

Maybe that is a bit too harsh but we think you guys get the drift. That’s right folks the follow up to the sneaky good film from last year AXEMAN has returned to bring us back to Cutter Creek with AXEMAN 2 OVERKILL. While we won’t see a return of former NBAer Scot Pollard as the Axeman the legend continues on with some new cast members plus favorites and we got the details right here!

The homage to 80’s slasher films return with a stellar new cast to continue the story and we can’t wait to see how this all develops. AXEMAN AT CUTTERS CREEK was a huge surprise to genre fans and so far this one seems to be setting up nicely.Nice to see the franchise stay in the mode of athletics as the first killer was a professional ball player while this time WWE’s own “Adam Bomb” Bryan Clark is set to play the future horror icon. That our friends is f**ing awesome! Here is the release from the folks at Blood Red Films.


Blood Red Films and the filmmakers of AXEMAN 2: OVERKILL, the next installment in 80’s throwback slasher franchise, are pleased to announce the cast of the film, which picks up the story where the original 2014 film AXEMAN left off and will deliver a new chapter in the Axeman At Cutter’s Creek saga with the goal of making it darker, grittier and bloodier than the original.

The cast includes an all new actor in the iconic villain role of Bill “The Axeman” Talbert, an exciting cast of principle actors and written and directed by Joston “El Rey” Theney.

Playing the titular character of Bill “The Axeman” Talbert is former 3-time World Champion, WWE’s “Adam Bomb”/ WCW’s “Wrath”, also known as Bryan Clark.  

Farrah Abraham of former “Teen Mom” fame has been cast as Fannie Rae Baker, a bible-thumping Evangelical Christian on her way with her husband and friends to the Crimson Cross’ Christian Couple Camp when The Axeman shows up to separate them… and dismember them.  Abraham describes Fannie as, “an Uber Bible Thumper – getting a little radical about the Bible and taking the words farther than the way God intended.”

Rounding out the cast of crazed Christians are Allen Merritt (THE DARK KNIGHT RISES) as Fannie Rae’s hick husband Jim Ed Baker, Arielle Hader as Fannie Rae’s best friend Irma Jean Manly and Edward Gusts as David Manly.

Angelica Bridges (“Baywatch,” “The Bold and The Beautiful”) has been cast as the money-hungry mercenary Dungie.   “Big Brother” reality show winner Rachel Reilly joins the cast as the tough as nails, double-crossing Breaker.

Arielle Brachfeld reprises her role as the reluctant hero Deputy Darlene Whitfield, as well as Joston “El Rey” Theney in his surviving role of the affable, death-defying Darren Cole.  Rounding out the cast as of this release are Monique Parent (THE PROFANE EXHIBIT), Jacqui Holland (MY BEST FRIEND’S GIRL), Maria Olsen (PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 3), Alisha Seaton (THE FOURTH KIND), Whitney Nielsen (CHILDREN OF SORROW), Hanna Landberg (RABID LOVE), Michael Foster, Sasha Higgins, Linda Wong and Craig Partamian.

The film is a collaboration between Christopher Otiko’s Blood Red Fims and Joston “El Rey” Theney’s #SinningWorks.  Theney writes, directs and produces the film and Otiko co-writes and executive produces.  AXEMAN 2: OVERKILL will receive a theatrical release in 2015, release date and locations TBA.


Nice to see the return of director Joston Theney in his signature role from the first film and we gotta a feeling this one could be better than the original. Keep an eye out right here on HMUNCUT for everything AXEMAN 2 OVERKILL.



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