Articles & Notes, Photos — April 14, 2014 at 4:02 pm

Charlie’s Farm: stills reveal new 7-foot horror monster

charlie-outside-farmThe development of “Charlie’s Farm” – an independent Aussie horror flick has been overshadowed by other more promoted horror films. And yet, the Chris Sun-directed horror film promises to become, if not a cult film, then something very close to it.

Former strongman and WWE wrestler, 7-foot Nathan Jones stars in the film as the title character Charlie Wilson, who will be dealing with a bunch of people, who ended up on his farm. The synopsis of the film goes like this:

In an effort to do something different, four friends head into Australia’s outback to explore Charlie’s Farm, the site where a violent family met their end at the hands of an angry mob. Despite all warnings, they persist in their horror-seeking adventure. But, they’re unaware that they are being watched. While exploring the property to prove the myth, they encounter Charlie, who shows them that some legends never die.

Aside from Jones, the film has quite an impressive cast – Tara Reid, Bill Moseley, Kane Hodder and others.

Speaking to BZFilm, Jones said that he is unable to reveal any information on the film, since he signed a non-disclosure agreement (NDA), thus no luck.

How do we know the film will be good? Tara Reid herself, speaking on an Australian TV show, said that she is so scared by the film she is having trouble sleeping.

“‘Charlie’s Farm is an amazing script, it’s extremely scary,’ she said. “I actually have nightmares about it when I go to sleep at night, I’m not sleeping so good.”

Up until now, the creators of the film tried to keep “Charlie” hidden from the media, but Nathan Jones himself shared some of the photos, including one of himself, from the film. Here it is below, along with other pictures from the film:













UPDATE: A teaser trailer for the film has recently been released, and you can check it out below:

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