On the Big Screen!
Have you ever had a desire to watch Farrah Abraham run from an axe murderer? Well, today might just be your lucky day.
Farrah has tried her hand at numerous different claims to fame. From her first appearance on 16 and Pregnant to her attempts at cooking show, political discourse, and even adult films, it’s pretty clear that she’s willing to try anything once. But now she’ll be hitting the big screen in her film debut.
Farrah’s film debut was announced over three years ago, so fans have been anxiously waiting for the moment that they could catch her in an actual movie. After a series of legal issues, it looks like that day has finally come.
Axeman 2: Overkill
Farrah’s very first acting experience will be in the film Axeman 2: Overkill. However, due to some legal issues and disputes, the film’s release was prevented until now. The production company, #SinningWorks, released a press release which reads, “Axeman 2: Overkill is unrated and releases on VOD and DVD/Blu-ray October 17th worldwide.” The film will be released on DVD and Blu-Ray, and will also be screened in Santa Monica, California on August 20th, according to Starcasm.
Unfortunately for Farrah fans with weak stomachs, it might be a little difficult to sit through this entire movie. “This film’s been done for about a year-and-a-half,” the film’s director Joston “El Rey” Theney said in an interview with Starcasm. “There’s been a lot of behind the scene nonsense but regardless of the outcomes, you will see the film this winter whether it’s their release or mine. We have some incredibly awesome fans and diehard gore-hounds that have been following the release new religiously and my goal since the beginning has been to satisfy them. They’re the reason I make the ‘Axeman’ films.”
Farrah also opened up about her excitement about the role. “I will draw upon the overbearing, beat-the-bible over your head mentality that others mention or think of when thinking ‘Uber Bible Thumper.’ Getting a little radical about the bible and taking the words farther than the way God intended,” she said. “I’ve been around all sorts of Christianity growing up and this leads me to feeling content with researching and playing the role of Fannie perfectly.” You can watch the trailer above.
In an interview with Starcasm, Umpire Public Relations Director Tonny Touche said that Farrah’s haters won’t be happy with her performance. “Farrah’s detractors will be angry,” Tonny says, “She turned in a very inspiring performance.”