Shiloh Falls is an exhilarating tale of good versus evil set in the untamed wild west. Gritty lawman John Gaffney has finally tracked down the murderous Dalton Taggert and his gang to the ...
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Shiloh Falls is an exhilarating tale of good versus evil set in the untamed wild west. Gritty lawman John Gaffney has finally tracked down the murderous Dalton Taggert and his gang to the outpost town of Shiloh Falls. But before the fugitives can be brought to justice, a mysterious stranger appears in town, more powerful than any man. When there is no escaping his powers, the sworn enemies must pull together to fight true evil. The heart racing quest rides from the majestic frontier to a pulse pounding main street shoot-em-up for divine retribution.Written by
Radio London Films
I love cowboy movies. From Gene Autry to Clint Eastwood. I'll even watch bad cowboy movies, but this has to be the worst cowboy movie ever made. Maybe even the worst movie ever made. I'm not sure what it's really about because I got sea sick after the first 15 minutes. The action is a bit hard to follow when you have one, 2 second long shot of a group of 6 men; 3 on each team, then, when they get into their verbal assaults, it's nothing but a series of 87 (very tight) close-ups, it's a bit difficult to tell who is on which team.
I'm no camera expert but from what I can see, one actor came to the set, stood under a tree and went through every line in his script (in close-up)and then they repeated this procedure with the other actors. Then they cut and spliced until it resembled a moving picture. I would think that if the weather Gods were with them, this movie could have been shot in one day. The editing may have take 2 or 3 years.
I realize and appreciate that close-ups are necessary and do enhance the final product but but after 632, 2 second close-ups in the first 15 minutes,,, pass me the bucket..... Had there been a warning at the beginning that Dramamine was required, I may have been able to do 30 minutes. But being a cowboy at heart and not an old sea salt, motion sickness is something I am unable to deal with. But hey,,,, if you've got a strong stomach, loads of Dramamine, been around the Horn a few times and sailed the Seven Seas,,,,, go for it.....
I must admit that this movie does have one redeeming quality, it serves as a "How To Not" make a movie. And I know for a fact there are lots better ways to waste money..
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