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Darren Ward's Beyond Fury Currently Filming Print E-mail
Written by Jay Creepy   
Monday, 27 July 2015


The name will be familiar to anyone who follows micro budget brutal UK crime movies. Darren Ward put together Sudden Fury which was the last role for the legendary David (Fulci's The Beyond, The Black Cat, The Last Hunter, Rat Man) Warbeck. The film itself was ambitious but has received an amount of criticism due to 'lack of talent'. Hey, when you have zero funds and a dream...

Next came the more rounded, A Day of Violence which stands as perhaps the most violent crime film from the United Kingdom ever. Other than starring Christopher Fosh, resident hard man actor in the UK with parts in The Wicker Tree, the Jack trilogy, Bonded by Blood and Snatch, A Day of Violence gave a small role to the one and only Giovanni Lombardo Rice (a.k.a. John Morgan), the man of endless brutal deaths across his acting career.

So we come to the third and final part of Darren Ward’s ultra-splatter epics, Beyond Fury. Starring Christopher Fosh, Giovanni Lombardo Radice, Bobby (Demons 1 and 2, Endgame) Rhodes and Michael (oh come on, you know who he is!) Berryman. I nearly came in my pants writing these names. What a cast! I assume, had the late David Warbeck still been alive and being his awesome self, he would have bagged a role.

So basically, the movie has been left limbo hell floating on Indiegogo and is slowly becoming a reality. If you've seen A Day of Violence you'd understand just why this film needs to exist!!!

If you'd like to throw a few coins his way to make this movie grow faster, here's a link to Giallo Films Paypal account: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

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