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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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
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Worst movie I've ever seen. Not even exaggerating
18 April 2009 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I've never seen a movie this bad before. I rented this hoping to see a decent B horror movie. What I got was not a horror movie, nor a B movie. This movie isn't even a C or a D movie. I've seen better movies made by juniors at Senior High.

Let's start out with the script. The foundation of any movie. It was bad. Really bad. The first 45 minutes of the movie is as follows: Introduce a character, kill that same character, introduce a character, kill that same character, repeat. If that's not bad enough, the deaths aren't even original. It's just the antagonists shooting people. It's mind numbingly boring. The end was also a sad excuse at making a twist.

Let's move on to the acting. The acting is bad throughout. It is quite obvious that no actor in this movie has had no prior acting experience. If you took a group of mentally handicapped children, you would have gotten better acting.

Special effects. Were they not aloud to actually use fire? Did they need to do that in post? Worst special effects ever. They even accidentally green screened things out that were supposed to be in the shot.

Even if this movie is free for you to watch, don't. Don't waste your time. Even if your best friend is on the production team, don't watch it. As a matter of fact, slap him/her right in the mouth.


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