Axe Giant: The Wrath of Paul Bunyan

August 24, 2019 - Comment
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Young adults at a first-time offenders’ boot camp discover the legend of the giant lumberjack Paul Bunyan is real, but is much more horrifying than they could have imagined.


Anonymous says:

A silly take on the Paul Bunyan tale Some of the actors are ok, others are pretty bad. Joe Estevez as the crazy or at least half crazy rural character is embarrassingly bad. Typical modern horror movie plot with a lot of almost mindless running around while being chased by the ugliest and craziest version of Paul Bunyan that I have ever seen. Though he is not a lot uglier than the folks in the town through which he was dragged. Unfortunately, I can’t say that this is the worst movie of its type which I have seen. There are a…

Anonymous says:

B- movie fun Special effects are horrible to the point of being comical. Don’t watch it for the hopes of seeing the late Dan Haggerty (Grizzly Adams) in much of the film, as his screen time is measured in minutes. This movie could be fun on a dark autumn movie night in the man cave, with a few lumberjack buddies and enough adult beverages to go around, otherwise, not worth the time. I can only guess that any reviews greater than 3 stars came from relatives of the actors, lol.

blank Anonymous says:

Forgettable fun for hardcore genre fans, an easy miss for everyone else Is it a good movie? No.Is it enjoyable for what it is? More or less.The film itself is poorly made. The CGI is horrible and looks right out of a Syfy original. So much so, in fact, that I would not be surprised to learn this movie is one. And when a large part of your movie’s appeal is the monster, having a monster that looks as fake as possible is putting your worst foot forward. I also need to take a moment here to especially single out the filmmaker’s ridiculous…

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