Shiloh Falls is an exhilarating tale of good versus evil set in the untamed wild west. Gritty lawman John Gaffney has finally tracked down the murderous Dalton Taggert and his gang to the ... See full summary »
Shiloh Falls is an exhilarating tale of good versus evil set in the untamed wild west. Gritty lawman John Gaffney has finally tracked down the murderous Dalton Taggert and his gang to the outpost town of Shiloh Falls. But before the fugitives can be brought to justice, a mysterious stranger appears in town, more powerful than any man. When there is no escaping his powers, the sworn enemies must pull together to fight true evil. The heart racing quest rides from the majestic frontier to a pulse pounding main street shoot-em-up for divine retribution. Written by
Radio London Films
I stumbled upon this film early one Saturday morning. Maybe I was feeling especially receptive that day, but I instantly wanted to find out what was going on. The plot is interesting and the various story arcs make you want to care about the characters--something a lot of big-budget films lack. Unfortunately, the budget and production value prevented me from becoming fully absorbed in the film. The quality of the video is really great--for a home movie. For a professional film, this is worse than most mediocre made-for-Syfy creature flick. Cars in the background, doors from modern times. Corrugated metal roofs on buildings. Graves with names drawn on them with sharpies. If this film had a proper budget, it might of done well. I guess it says something that the plot and acting kept me wanting to watch even though the budget short-falls. It's akin to building a mobile home on top of a foundation for a mansion. Really nice foundation--but you only had enough money left to truck in a used mobile home and park it on top. I gave this one a 7 out of 10.
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