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Jebadiah's Axe (2013)

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Jebadiah lived on his land for many years. He worked the land, and kept it alive. Jebadiah also hated trespassers. When he died defending his right to remain on his land, he was buried ... See full summary »

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Deborah Funes ...
Rose
Kirby Little ...
Mike
John Baran ...
Norris
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Lou
Earl Loveday ...
Charlie
Billy Leo ...
Jebadiah
Tim Newkirk ...
Todd
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Beth
Gail Brewer ...
Emily
Denise McMillan ...
Dawn
Greg Vestal ...
Gary
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Annie
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Kate
Kim Visser ...
Dawn's Secretary
Tim Edwards ...
Lester
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Jebadiah lived on his land for many years. He worked the land, and kept it alive. Jebadiah also hated trespassers. When he died defending his right to remain on his land, he was buried there. That was a month ago. Now there are strangers on his land again, and they want to make his land their own. Jebadiah still hates trespassers. Written by Norbert Lamont

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Jebadiah didn't like trespassers when he was alive. He still doesn't!

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In a scene where Lou and Kate are watching television, the video is from Blood Reunion (2012), with a cheesy organ score dubbed over to give it a "B movie" feel. See more »

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My Home of Emptiness
By Pamela Royal (BMI/SOCAN)
Published by AcKean Music
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Worthless shot-on-video slasher junk
10 March 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

More worthless shot-on-video slasher junk. I don't know how the makers of films like JEBADIAH'S AXE hope to make decent movies when they shoot their films in the space of a week or so with virtually no production values and no access to proper Hollywood talent. This one yet again takes the ancient 'teens in the woods' storyline and sees the characters chased by a yokel type who is murdered in the film's early scenes.

JEBADIAH'S AXE picks some reasonably effective lead actors and the voluptuous women certainly fit the genre well. But the gore scenes are very brief and constrained by a non-existent effects budget and the depiction of incident of any kind is below par. It's a pity, because the film is shot quite well compared to most in this genre.


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