DVD Review: The Righteous and the Wicked

DVD Review: The Righteous and the Wicked
Title: The Righteous and the Wicked Directed by: Craig A. Butler Starring: Craig Myers, Billy Garberina, Jeremy Owen, Phil Duran, Alexander Thorne, A.J. Roe and Justin Tade Running time: 96 minutes, Rated PG-13 Hoss Williams is an elderly notorious bandit who gathers a group of men to do one more score, the payroll office at the mines. Little does he know that a lone man is hot on his trail to collect the bounty placed on his head, and the men he gathered are not as square as he thought. The copy writer who wrote the description on the DVD cover didn’t see this movie at all. Sure it’s got...
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The Righteous and the Wicked

As I've been tasked with reviewing shoe-string-budgeted Westerns, each film has been better than the last. The Righteous and the Wicked, director Craig A. Butler second feature film, is a period Western that makes up for what it lacks in effects, set design, and acting with a lovingly crafted patchwork of Western mythos, a solid B-grade script and a score that shamelessly (and admiringly) rips off Morricone. 

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