THE WOLFMAN'S HAMMER
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THE WOLFMAN’S HAMMER is a grim, brooding character drama about a burly alpha male Metal-Head guitar shredder and meth dealer named Arron (GREG HILL), and his wayward cousin David (BRAD MICHAEL ELMORE), who share a trailer in Central Oregon. Arron is doing his best to shepherd David into manhood, but things go south when David begins dating the under-age sister of Arron’s meanest customer, the brutal and violent gutter punk Jesse. Things spiral out of control in this tail of despair and gut-shot tragedy.
THE WOLFMAN’S HAMMER was filmed on location in and around Central Oregon, and started shooting in October of 2010 and didn’t wrap principal photography until June of 2011. The shoot was plagued by unpredictable weather and other obstacles natural and resource related, but through the excruciating effort of all involved and the determination of its director and star, who have been life-long friends, it was finished and assembled in a manner all could be proud of.
Greg Hill is an actor and musician hailing from Riverside California. Serious about the craft, Greg moved up to Oregon and gained 25 lbs for the role of ARRON ‘WOLFMAN’ INGOLD, a complete physical and mental transformation for the young actor.
BRAD MICHAEL ELMORE:
Brad Michael Elmore is a filmmaker raised in equal parts Oregon and Southern California. He has cut his teeth on numerous projects in various capacities but The Wolfman’s Hammer is his first feature length film.
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