Legend of the Bog (2009)

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Legend of the Bog (2009) Poster

When a 'bog body' a 2000 year old murder victim preserved in a peat bog is disturbed by developers in rural Ireland, an archaeologist, a hunter and their helpers face the task of sending him back where he came from.




  • Vinnie Jones in Legend of the Bog (2009)
  • Nora Jane Noone, best known for her roles in The Descent and Magdeleine Sisters stars alongside Jason Barry (Titanic) in Brendan Foley's horror film, Bog Body.
  • Adam Fogerty, best known for his role in Snatch, plays the title role of Bog Body, a 2,000 year-old murder victim dug up in the peat bogs of Ireland and out for revenge, in Brendan Foley's darkly funny horror film.
  • Shelly Goldstein, previously in The Riddle (2007) plays a tough property speculator alongside Vinnie Jones in Brendan Foley's darkly funny horror film Bog Body.
  • Vinnie Jones, Best known for his roles in X-Men: The Last Stand and Snatch stars as the enigmatic Mr Hunter, whose prey is a 2,000 year old murder victim in Brendan Foley's darkly funny horror film Bog Body.
  • Vinnie Jones, Nora-Jane Noone, Jason Barry and Adam Fogerty star in Brendan Foley's horror tale Bog Body.

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24 September 2009 | davideo-2
| Not very impressive horror/comedy muddle
STAR RATING: ***** Saturday Night **** Friday Night *** Friday Morning ** Sunday Night * Monday Morning

There seems to be a Breach of the Trade Descriptions Act going on with a lot of these straight to video action films, where the cover gives the wrong impression of what sort of movie it's going to be and even puts a lead star on the front cover that doesn't actually have that much screen time. Vinnie Jones does end up getting a bit more coverage than it first looks like he will, but he's still missing for quite a bit of it and certainly doesn't feel like the main player in it all. And while it looks from the cover like another one of his straight to DVD action films, it's actually more of a messy, jumbled horror/comedy sort of film that goes to both extremes with each genre.

Actually, this is Jones's second collaboration with, and the second feature film of director Brendan Foley, following his equally disastrous debut The Riddle, where Jones was also the lead. But here everything's really lumpen, with truly cheap looking production values, an incomprehensible, incoherent plot and Jones doing his usual silent, grumpy hard man act with some really flat dialogue to chew off. All this and a big, ogre some killer going around bumping everyone off.

I'm really not sure what anyone was trying to get at with this one. Jones should try and get back in theatres and Foley should think about packing it in. *

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