‘One family’s legacy. Carved in flesh.’
Belly Timber is a 2016 American period horror film directed by Bobby Easley (Witch House; The Dead Bodies in #223; All Sinner’s Night; The Boogeyman ) from a screenplay by Dustin Kay (S.K.B.) and Ken Wallace.
The Horror Wasteland Pictures production stars John Dugan, John Johnson and Nate Olp.
For John McCormick (John Johnson), life on the Indiana frontier held nothing but promise. His settlement along the White River would soon become the crossroads of America. Friends and family from back in Ohio and other points east were all making plans to see what all the fuss was about in the newly-formed city of Indianapolis.
However, in Ohio, an evil was brewing. The Lecky family, a group of ruthless Mongolian nomads, had made their way to America and were practising their flesh-eating religion of Kala with reckless abandon. No one was safe, not even John McCormick’s family…
Belly Timber was released on DVD in the USA by the Shami Media Group on July 10, 2018. Buy DVD via Amazon.com
“Expect bits and pieces of Bone Tomahawk and the Sawney Bean legend mixed into one mixed-up whole and you’ll be close. Sadly, this rather incongruous effort is merely an excuse for lots of nastiness with knives being dragged across naked flesh and low-rent gore effects. The whole thing feels anachronistic…” Leofwine_draca
Cast and characters:
John Dugan … Grandpa McCormick – The Mangled; Vampire Santa; Rock Paper Dead; Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D; The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974); et al
John Johnson … John McCormick – The Boogeyman (2014)
Nate Olp … Felix Lecky
Gabriel Bartley … Cyrus McCormick
Andrea Collins … Victoria Lecky
Dan Gentry … Jaffa
Brigid Macaulay … Sadie McCormick
Christopher McCoy … Thomas McCormick
Keenan Meeks … Keegan McCormick
Brent Miedema … Reece McCormick
Jeff Selke … Henry Morgan
Gilbert Steve … Hugh
Solon Tsangaras … Oscar the Berserker
Gary Lee Vincent … George Pogue – Ayla; My Uncle John is a Zombie; Parts Unknown; Deimosimine
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