COLE YOUNGER & THE BLACK TRAIN traces Cole Younger's experiences with the Black Train first as a teenager, then into adult life as he partners with Jesse James to create the most notorious ... See full summary »
Gold miner Roger Hazard brings his twelve year old son Casper to the treacherous gold fields of 1870s California. The two of them work a small mine in the southern fields but when Roger ... See full summary »
Aballay was a bad tempered gaucho. After killing a man, the terrified look of the victim's son raised his consciousness about his savagery. Years go by, that kid's look doesn't leave him. Aballay knows that the kid will look for him.
Story of a young Wyatt Earp' before he became a lawman. When someone important to him was killed. He would set out to find the one responsible. He would be joined by some friends among whom are Bat Masterson and Doc Holliday.
Trace Adkins (The Lincoln Lawyer), Ron Perlman (TV's "Sons of Anarchy") and Brendan Penny (Ring Of Fire) star in this gritty and riveting re-imagining of the classic Western saga. Raised by... See full summary »
In Bolivia, Butch Cassidy (now calling himself James Blackthorne) pines for one last sight of home, an adventure that aligns him with a young robber and makes the duo a target for gangs and lawmen alike.
When John Goodnight was a boy he watched in the weeds as his entire family was killed in a ruthless outlaw attack. Now as a circuit judge of the western territories Goodnight travels the west protecting the innocent from injustice.
Inspired by the life of Bat Masterson. After a violent war has broken out between the Cowboys and Native Americans, Bat finds himself lying on the ground, badly wounded, after a heroic showdown. Shot and on the brink of death he is visited by Mobius. As Mobius consoles him they revisit Bat's choices and how they have defined his life. He'll be left to make his toughest one yet, whether to live and fight or die. Written by
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After seeing this film I'm reminded of Matt Stone and Trey Parker's first film "Cannibal he Musical". Not because the subject matter is in any way similar, but the feel, setup and overall production is quite close. Essentially, it's a low budget film that sets out to tell a story many people are already familiar with. Is it a Hollywood blockbuster? No, but it never tries to be. It's simple, quaint, and if you go into it with the right mindset can be very entertaining. I fear that many movie goers might expect "3:10 to Yuma" or "True Grit". But realistically this film is on a different level. It's entertaining for all ages and can be enjoyed by western film buffs. But just bear in mind it's not a John Wayne film.
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