‘Gallowwalkers’ Trailer Starring Wesley Snipes

Andrew Goth directs this supernatural thriller about a cursed gunman whose victims rise from the dead.
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‘Gallowwalkers’ Trailer Starring Wesley Snipes

Wesley Snipes returns to the silver screen in Gallowwalkers portraying a lone gunman named Aman who becomes cursed after his nun mother breaks her covenant with God while trying to protect him. Instead of protection, a curse falls over Aman, causing every man who dies by his gun to rise from the grave. The first trailer has debuted for director Andrew Goth's thriller that combines the Western and horror genres. Take a look at this upcoming indie which also stars Riley Smith and Tanit Phoenix.


Gallowwalkers was released August 6th, 2013.

Sources:VMI

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  • gina39 • 2 years ago

    i do agree that a big movie like blade or expendables 3 will help out his career.

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    • adamsandlerfggot69 • 2 years ago

      what wesley snipes needs is a part in expendables 3 to start his actual comeback. Then he needs to star in supporting roles as a police sergeant or something in a gritty cop flick. No more B- movies.

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      • thedude1 • 2 years ago

        Looks okay from this trailer. I'm still somewhat excited to finally see this though.

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        • bawnian-dexeus • 2 years ago

          Well, its not like he was going to receive an Oscar worthy script. Lets give the man some time to build

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          • youngrizo • 2 years ago

            looks better than the original trailer... that's not saying much lol

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