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Dead Noon (2007)

With the powers of hell at his disposal, Frank, a blood-thirsty outlaw from the old west, is resurrected to seek his revenge on the present day town of Weston.

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Undead Cowboy
Robert Bear ...
Frank
Robert Milo Andrus ...
Stuart
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Grace
Scott Phillips ...
Logan
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Louise
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Kane
Keith Suta ...
Ben
Kelsey McCann ...
Amy Kane
Andrew Wiest ...
Devil
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Ed Bosco ...
Stoner 2
Cara Finch ...
Make-out Girl
Jordan Jansen-Mecca ...
Dream Child
Jen Kelsey ...
Caley Gash
Nick Martin ...
Deputy Dumas
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In this shoot 'em up western horror tale, ancient demons, walking skeletons and cowboy zombies join forces to take the law down in a blaze of hellfire and brimstone. With the powers of hell at his disposal, Frank, a blood-thirsty outlaw from the old west, is resurrected to seek his revenge on the present day town of Weston. As the past collides with the present, Sheriff Logan Kane, his incompetent younger brother, Stuart, and sexy gun shop owner Grace will have to fight a posse of the undead to save the town and rescue Logan's new bride from a fate worse than death. Written by Ed Bosco

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We Thought the West was Won

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Action | Horror | Western

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Rated R for violence | See all certifications »
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3 February 2009 (USA)  »

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1.66 : 1
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The original Dead Noon was made for $4,000. All of the scenes with Kane Hodder were added to Dead Noon after the movie was picked up by Barnholtz Entertainment. At that point, they took 20 minutes out of the original Dead Noon, then completely re-edited it and re-scored it. See more »

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Spoofs High Noon (1952) See more »

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They Called Me Evil
Written and Performed by Kolvane
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Better than four grand would suggest
10 February 2009 | by (Harrogate) – See all my reviews

I put this on expecting to turn it off after ten or twenty minutes but was engaged enough to watch it to the end.

It's not brilliant but it is fun, some of the other criticisms are unfair but some accurate, the director has been far too ambitious as evidenced by too many cheap looking FX shots (that said some are pretty good) and action sequences.

Given the obvious source material of High Noon I think sticking closer to that story line and racking up the tension with less reliance on dynamic scenes would have been better. This of course would have required half decent acting which for the most part was pretty ropey, but the three leads are competent particularly Elizabeth Mouton.

Criticisms aside this film is better than many films a hundred or even a thousand times the budget and wouldn't look out of place on late night TV.

All in all a good effort.


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