World renowned journalist Sara Ogden is traversing the world in pursuit of carriers of a fatally dangerous "Stamp of Cain" in order to prevent seemingly unrelated events such as mass ... See full summary »
Baron Emerson uses his vast wealth to travel the world and hunt. He does not hunt animals, he hunts warriors. The Baron arrives at the American frontier and is looking for his next prey. An... See full summary »
When Lane McCrae confronts the outlaw that murdered his family, the battle leaves him fatally wounded. He is visited by the Devil, who offers him a deal that would save the lives of both he and his brother, but instead makes him a bounty hunter for Hell replacing his predecessor. When Zathera, the embodiment of death, walks the earth, it's up to Lane, Hawk and their team, to stop her before she wipes out humanity. They are not the only ones hunting Zathera though - there are others who want to reach Zathera first, for plans of their own! Written by
I had no idea that a film this cheap would get prime time showing here in the UK but there it was, sitting right on the weekday schedules at 9pm. SIX GUN SAVIOUR is an independent film, a cheap horror/western about a slick gunfighter who is revived from death by the devil himself and sent on a mission of justice to take down some nefarious villains.
It's hard to put in words the sheer ineptitude of this cheesy film. The many action scenes are completely laughable especially when some questionable slow motion is brought into play. The acting is poor across the board and poor old Eric Roberts really must be on the skids, agreeing to appear in this level of production (Z-grade as compared to his usual B-grade produce). Worst of all are the terrible CGI effects, particularly the schlocky 'burning' effects when killing characters which are simply terrible. Add in a production so cheap it only has a couple of locations, a non-existent storyline, and plenty of inanity, and you have one rubbish movie.
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