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An Update on Beyond Fury Print E-mail
Written by Jay Creepy   
Wednesday, 02 November 2016
An Update on Beyond Fury


Severed Cinema fave, Darren Ward (see interview here), continues to up the ante for his third, and most violent UK gangs, bullets and madness flick, Beyond Fury. Ward is known for his first film, Sudden Fury -- review here, and the second A Day of Violence -- review here.

He's assembling an underground cast to fill your pants for... Gioviani Lombardo Rice, aka John (Cannibal Ferox, City of the Living Dead, The Sect) Morgan, Jeff (The Bill, The Nightmare Man) Stewart, Harold Gasnier, Victor (Sudden Fury) Thorn, Joanna (Death Walks, Get Ca$h) Finata, Glenn (Vendetta, The Dead) Salvage, Gary (Cleaver, Rise of the Footsoldier 3) Baxter, Bobby (The Last Hunter, Demons) Rhodes, Nick (Sudden Fury, A Day of Violence) Rendell, Chris (Fit Boy, A Day of Violence) St Omer, Dan (Zombie Massacre 2, Salon Kitty) Van Husen, and more.

Beyond Fury has been a long time in the making. Darren and his team are doing a marvellous job against many odds bringing this monster to life. Incidentally, for those who don't know, it is the sequel to the low budget classic, Sudden Fury and from what is known so far it will be an epic. Here's a link to the Beyond Fury Facebook Group.

By the way, to make you all the more interested, I'll be playing a small role somewhere in this film being shot in a vile and gruesome way. Ah well, I reckon there'll be a few people in my home city who'll buy the film just for those magic moments -- dunno if that's a good thing or a bad thing.



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