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Film Review - Axe Giant: The Wrath of Paul Bunyan


I suppose if one must see a movie about a rampaging, mutant version of a popular lumberjack from the depths of American folklore, “Axe Giant: The Wrath of Paul Bunyan” is the best bet. A no-budget take on woodsy horror and semi-comedic survival, the picture only manages to raise a slight commotion with graphic violence and bizarre happenings, failing to reach full hysteria even with its bizarre premise and dedication to outrageous displays of gore. It’s an entertaining slice of schlock, good for a few giggles and some handsome creature feature craftsmanship. However, considering the possibility of a murderous Paul Bunyan prowling Minnesota northland on the hunt for blood, “Axe Giant” isn’t the runaway mine cart viewing experience the title promises. Read the rest at


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