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Shiloh Falls (2007)

PG-13 | | Thriller, Western | 1 December 2007 (USA)
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 »

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Cole
Forrest Witt ...
Pete
Patrick Graves ...
Young Dalton
J. Marvin Campbell ...
Wyatt (as Marvin Campbell)
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Sam
Gregory Littman ...
John (as Greg Littman)
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Dalton
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Willy (as John Myers)
Eric John Scialo ...
Briggs
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Jamison
Amber Jaeger ...
Helen (as Amber Mellot)
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Confederate
Roddy Mancuso ...
Poker Ace
Rudolph Verwey ...
Bartender (as Rudy Verwey)
Desiree Carey ...
Saloon Lady
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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

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No place to run...every reason to hide.

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Thriller | Western

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Rated PG-13 for some violence and a brief sexual situation | See all certifications »
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1 December 2007 (USA)  »

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Trail of the Dead  »

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$1,000,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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Okay Low-Budget Horror Western
18 November 2010 | by (The Lonesome Prairie) – See all my reviews

In 1892, escaped outlaws are pursued by a stern lawman and his wet-behind-the-ears son/deputy into a weird ghost town, inhabited by zombie-like citizens and controlled by a soul-sucking supernatural entity.

The acting and direction are adequate, with a lot of creepy atmosphere. However, it's all a bit too talky and could have benefited from a little more suspense. Also, the climax should have been more harrowing than it turned out to be.

Still, it's not boring and better than I thought (and others would have you believe) it would be, definitely not the worst horror western ever made. I've seen a lot worse.


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