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Outlaws and Angels (2016)

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When outlaws on the lam invade the home of an unsuspecting, seemingly innocent, frontier family to hide out for the night, an unexpected game of cat and mouse ensues, leading to seduction, role reversal, and ultimately, bloody revenge.


JT Mollner


JT Mollner (original screenplay), JT Mollner
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Credited cast:
Chad Michael Murray ... Henry
Frances Fisher ... Esther
Teri Polo ... Ada Tildon
Luke Wilson ... Josiah
Francesca Eastwood ... Florence Tildon
Ben Browder ... George Tildon
Madisen Beaty ... Charlotte Tildon
Steven Michael Quezada ... Alonzo
Luce Rains ... Augustus
Reka Rene ... Birtha
Chloe Catherine Kim Chloe Catherine Kim ... Bessie
Beatrice Hernandez ... Pearl
Cheyenne Phillips ... Cora
Keith Loneker Keith Loneker ... Little Joe
Marty Lindsey ... Samuel


After a bloody bank robbery in New Mexico, Henry's gang heads to the borders for a safe split of the loot, while a competent bounty hunter, Josiah, is after them. Soon, the bandits will find the perfect hideout to spend the night, unfortunately, however, there lives the family of pastor George Tildon, a religious man who lives by the word of God. Inevitably, this is going to be one very long night, and as the tension keeps boiling over, no secret will remain hidden under the light of the morning sun. Written by Nick Riganas

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Sooner or later, we all get what's comin'...

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong bloody violence, disturbing sexual content, and language | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

25 January 2016 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Angyalok és banditák See more »

Filming Locations:

Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA See more »

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Technical Specs




Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?


The highway men masks worn in the film were inspired by the mask worn by outlaw and highway robber William "Brazen Bill" Brazelton. After he was killed by a five-man posse, Brazelton's body was photographed twice, first wearing the mask, and then unmasked. See more »

Crazy Credits

There is a scene at the end of the closing credits: Little Joe (Keith Loneker) sings "I've been working on the railroad" See more »


Erik Satie
in the opening scene
Performed by Vagif Kasumov
Courtesy of No Mystery Studio
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Classic homage to Peckinpah with real issues
5 January 2017 | by joeldoddSee all my reviews

If you are oblivious of the heritage of westerns as a genre, then many aspects of this movie may not be relevant. If you try to avoid real issues around domestic violence and "Christian" role models molesting their daughters, then you will find this movie confrontational. That said, the plot is well-crafted, the acting is excellent and the themes that the movie deals with, while unpalatable to some, are very real in our communities, and always have been - just not talked about openly. Family secrets, closets of skeletons. This story is about a young woman who sees a chance to escape from her less than ideal family life, and exploits the opportunity. Yes, the movie does have a few weak points, but they do not detract from the strengths of the cast and direction. Scenes of violence are reproductions of the classic Peckinpah style, and remain in context of a thread of dark humour running through the movie that surfaces most frequently in the development of the outlaws' personalities. I rate it 10 not as a perfect movie, but one that is well crafted and holds a mirror to the false morality of families who mask their abusive relationships with a veneer of respectability. If you give credence to those who rated it less than 3, you should see more classic westerns (sixties to eighties), research rates of incest and domestic violence, and read "Tess of the D'urbervilles" - not a western, but a classic of social mores and what a woman can do to escape social judgment. As a comparison, Francesca Eastwood made a better western than her brother Scott. She has truly earned her Eastwood stripes.

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