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Writers:
William Shockley (written by)
Dustin Rikert (written by)
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Release Date:
13 September 2011 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
The Day Has Come
Plot:
Seeking revenge and justice, Cole Brandt finds himself in the lawless town of Dead River where he is faced with one last bloody showdown for freedom in order to protect The Majestic Saloon and a beautiful woman. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
User Reviews:
No where near any good See more (13 total) »

Cast

 

Andrew W. Walker ... Cole Brandt

Sheree J. Wilson ... Sarah Morgan

Peter Coyote ... Thomas Morgan

William Shockley ... Travis McCain

Tyler Kain ... Lilly Morgan

Daniel Buran ... Tug O'Dell

Veronica Milagros ... Dulce de la Rosa (as Veronica Diaz)

Newell Alexander ... Sheriff Deets

Paul McCarthy-Boyington ... Newman Hicks

Jeffery Dean ... Kemp Reeves

Allison Gordon ... Cassey May
Dustin Rikert ... Balcony Thug
Lou Pimber ... Johnny Brown (as Luis Pimber)
Lincoln Leavere ... Terrence Long (as Link Leavere)

Benn Wiebe ... Digger Barnes

Vince Morella ... Doc Johnson
Chris Swinney ... 8 Fingers Graves
Brent Rock ... Slim
John Jd DeMatteo ... Raven's Patron

Jay Davis Clark ... Prison Guard
Peter J. Brown ... Mickey Sears
Graham McDonald ... Townperson
Nancy Cooper ... Townperson
Natalie Allen ... Raven's Girl
Amos Carver ... Clemens

Bill Crouch ... Blacksmith
Jay Gammons ... Cy Dolan
David Hight ... Ike Edwards
Kyle Rikert ... Charley Cusp
Lee McKechnie ... Cade Ransom
Miriam Groleau ... Kid
Judy Rudd ... Townperson
Robert Jensen ... Clay Stobbs (as Rob Jensen)
Teresa Shade ... Lorraine Dolan
Terry Najarian ... Ellis

David Bennett ... Ray Travers
Sandy Cooper ... Townswoman (as Sandra Cooper)
Britt Morque ... Misty Collins
Esther Groleau ... Kid
Hank McCarthy ... Townperson
Jeff Shea ... Townperson
Don J. Lewis ... Dead Woman in Mine Camp
George Turner ... Skip
Ken Rasch ... Townperson
Joe McRoy ... Raven's Patron
Elaine McHone ... Townperson
Haydue Cheyenne Forbes ... Townperson
Chase Cole ... Raven's Patron
Eddie McKechnie ... Colt Ransom
Sierra Pralgo ... Child in Last Scene
Adam Dabovich ... Kid
Deborah Groleau ... Kid
Jay O'Neil ... Raven Bartender
Tylor Show ... Stagecoach Driver
Cat Scalzo ... Eva Wren / Raven's Girl
Tim Show ... Stage coach driver
Larry Toto ... Buck Hamilton
Mick Shaughnessy ... Tom Morris
Bob D. Shaw ... Townsperson
Sharlene Rock ... Raven's Girl
Jake Stollings ... Rusty Jenkins
Russell Cornish ... Townperson
Marjorie Groleau ... Townperson
Roberta Gessert ... Townperson
Mick Flaherty ... Lee Parring
Dale Denton ... Pete Lemming
Rusty Atherton ... Townperson
Kenneth Stuart ... Townperson
MarcAnthony Pimber ... Kid (as Marc Anthony Pimber)
Steve W. Dodson ... Townsperson
Makai Pralgo ... Child in Last Scene
Lisa Ferguson ... Townperson
Mike Jones ... Cusp's Man
Jamie Ventura ... Dead Man in Mine Camp
Tim Ferrick ... Larry the Miner
Erik Wilson ... Ryan Scraggs
Richard Wilson ... Majestic's Barman
Tom Hammel ... Townperson
Sean Sullivan ... Raven's Patron
Arthur Weisberger ... Townsperson
Steve Stollings ... Townperson
Audrey Ann Gambach ... Josie Belle (as Audrey Gambach)
Jordan LaBerge ... Duckworth
Vicente Moreno ... Townperson
Becca Brinkley ... Raven's Girl
Chelsea Patchell ... Tayne Layne / Dead Woman in the Desert
Stephen Cobb ... Dead Sheriff
Don Hooper ... Townperson
Willow Pralgo ... Child in Last Scene
Jeff Honeycutt ... Vince Henry
Naomi Groleau ... Townperson
John Hiestand ... Townperson
Ann McCarthy ... Townperson
Austin Bouchard ... Townperson
David Morales ... Houston Glendale
Susan Longley-Shea ... Woman Driving Horse Cart
James Ferguson ... Davis Kennedy
Shelly Patton ... Mining camp woman
Geno D'Ambrose ... Frank Bennett
Warren Neff ... Deadeye Benson
Martin Freese ... Majestic Patron

Directed by
Dustin Rikert 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Dustin Rikert  written by
William Shockley  written by

Produced by
Natalie Allen .... associate producer
David Bennett .... co-producer
William H. Freeman .... co-executive producer
Vince Morella .... executive producer
Terri Jo Neff .... co-producer
Warren Neff .... associate producer
Dustin Rikert .... producer
Chad Sahley .... co-producer
Robin Shockley .... associate producer
William Shockley .... producer
Sheree J. Wilson .... producer
 
Original Music by
John Bohlinger 
 
Cinematography by
Brian Lataille 
 
Film Editing by
Michael J. Duthie 
 
Casting by
Robin Shockley 
 
Production Design by
Natalie Allen 
 
Art Direction by
Amy McCroy 
 
Costume Design by
Suzanne Wilson 
 
Makeup Department
Tina Dyer .... makeup department head
 
Production Management
Benn Wiebe .... unit production manager
 
Art Department
Lori George .... art runner
Tabitha Groleau .... assistant art director
Kyle Rikert .... construction coordinator
Sean Sullivan .... carpenter
 
Sound Department
Jeremy M. Gilleece .... adr recording mixer
Jeremy M. Gilleece .... sound editor
Michael B. Koff .... sound mixer
Chad Sahley .... post sound supervisor
 
Special Effects by
Tina Dyer .... special effects makeup
 
Stunts
Amos Carver .... stunt performer
Robert Jensen .... stunt coordinator
Lincoln Leavere .... stunt performer (as Link Leavere)
Eddie McKechnie .... stunt performer
Lee McKechnie .... stunt coordinator
Warren Neff .... stunt driver
Brent Rock .... stunt performer
Tim Show .... stage driver
Chris Swinney .... stunt performer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
J.J. Bukowski .... digital imaging technician
Colten Currey .... grip
Damian Della Santina .... first assistant camera
Dave 'Boomer' Dougherty .... camera operator
Corey Erwin .... electrician
Christopher Ferguson .... digital imaging technician
Mark Harrison .... grip
Joel Kaye .... camera operator
Oren Patchell .... grip
Jay Todd .... key grip
Jay Todd .... still photographer
Jarrod Wilson .... gaffer
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Phyllis Deloia .... wardrobe assistant
Gloria Quigley .... wardrobe assistant
 
Transportation Department
Chris Bernal .... driver
Jean Nelson .... driver
Jared Randall .... driver
 
Other crew
Jeffrey Giles .... worldwide sales
Sharlene Rock .... wrangler
Roque Segura .... medic
 

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97 min
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Peter Coyote had top billing. All Coyote's scenes were done in two days.See more »
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Continuity: When the hero is jumped in the desert and has to fight his way free, the hat of one of the outlaws is on, then off, then on, then off.See more »

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8 out of 13 people found the following review useful.
No where near any good, 9 September 2011
Author: ray-131-113278 from Australia

A really strange film, I could not bear to watch it very deeply and had to let it go. The big flaw with it is the pace, the camera, the dialogue, the moments of pregnant pause, sobby moments that go for too long, that were really not worth holding the camera. Its a mess, c'mon. Its crap. Really boring. Sickly cliché, too b grade to even register. No, its rubbish. The lighting and soft lens in the saloons are over done. The scenery does not vary, the set gets stagnant. The camera angles on the lead brunette are unbecoming and the kissing is revolting. There is no voyeur in the sex scene, its mechanical and droll. I hate this film and will erase it from my memory. I hope you guys have learned a lesson, this film looks and feels like a bunch of work mates hung out for a movie weekend on some hired movie set.

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