Bandits attack a wagonload of convicts, and only a sergeant, his daughter, and seven sadistic prisoners survive. The sergeant must get his prisoners to their destination while a web of lies, greed, and betrayal unfolds.
A cavalry troop is escorting a wagonload of convicts on their way to prison through the mountains when they are attacked by a bandit gang. Only a sergeant, his beautiful young daughter, and an assortment of seven sadistic, murderous prisoners survive, and they are left without horses or a wagon. The sergeant must find a way to get his prisoners to their destination while protecting his daughter, watching out for the still-pursuing bandits, and trying to determine which prisoner is the man who raped and murdered his wife.Written by
The movie's English poster states: "Due to the violent scenes, no one will be admitted without a terror mask. It is provided for your benefit. Please use it. Available free at the box office." See more »
Gold is an extremely-soft malleable metal, which is why people would test gold's authenticity by biting into it: even a toothmark can make an impression in a true gold coin. Therefore the chain should have been broken easily without needing to be run over by the train. The men should have been able to snap it easily with a rock. See more »
Dunno what the last reviewer was on, but this bleak movie was rather good, although very grim and quite gory in places. A neat ending which suited the tone of the rest of the film. Emma Cohen was good in the sole female role, and convincing enough to be scared and unsure of the all male cast. The snowy settings were a good addition, although I agree that the music was too repetitive, and the dubbing unconvincing. But as a macho western, this flick sure kicks arse!....quite disturbing in places. A sort of 'And Then There Were None' for grown ups! The type of movie that would not get made today, and a great addition to any exploitation collectors collection.
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