A new start in the post Civil War era old west bring a young budding photographer and four women together as they try to establish a new life in Fort Doom. They soon find out that the natives are the least of their worries.

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Joshua Park ...
Jason Devries
Jennifer Lauren Grant ...
Kate Everett
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Lacy Everett
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Dr. Reed James
J. Christian Ingvordsen ...
Sheriff Wilcox (as John Christian)
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Agnes
Miya Sagara ...
Morgan
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Clem
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Vern (as Matthew deLeeuw)
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The Conductor
Jerry Cramer ...
Ted
Mark Hill ...
Sam Garrett
Jim Todd ...
Marv Garrett
Brian Fox ...
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A new start in the post Civil War era old west bring a young budding photographer and four women together as they try to establish a new life in Fort Doom. They soon find out that the natives are the least of their worries.

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Rated R for violence and sexual content
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7 April 2004 (USA)  »

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Devil's Raiders  »

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$75,000 (estimated)
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Forty Long Days
Music and Lyrics by Sylvia Mann
Performed by Sylvia and the Five Dollar Hats
© 2002 All Rights Reserved
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"The Old West" with a scare
21 August 2004 | by (Fishkill, NY) – See all my reviews

This is John Wayne meets Jason Vorhees. You've never seen the Old West with quite a sinister eye before. Well, lemme slow down a bit - that might be setting the bar a little high. Like all lower-budget films, it's got it's problems... but I thought it was a creative hybrid of two genres that we don't often get to see cross paths. Some funny stuff thrown in there too. I dug the train scene at the start of the film, the shootouts, and the original score upped the production value quite a bit. The title is a little on the cheese side for me. They coulda went with something a little more mysterious, I dunno. Overall, It's worth checking out. C'mon, any movie with a brothel, gunfights, and a skinny dipping scene is time well spent.


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