A stagecoach of travelers, a gunslinger and two outlaws arrive in a deserted mining town lit by the glow of a reddish full moon. As their worlds collide, they are hunted by a beast that only appears on the night of a blood moon.

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Jeremy Wooding

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Alan Wightman
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Credited cast:
George Blagden ... Jake Norman
Tom Cotcher ... Lloyd Walker
Barrington De La Roche Barrington De La Roche ... Ahiga
Raffaello Degruttola ... Jeb Norton
Shaun Dooley ... Calhoun
Jack Fox ... Wade
Dave Fulton ... Glen
Corey Johnson ... Hank Norton
Tony Law ... Yancy
Eleanor Matsuura ... Black Deer
Amber Jean Rowan ... Sarah Norman
Kerry Shale ... Father Domonic
Anna Skellern ... Marie
David Sterne ... Charlie Packham
Joan Walker ... Joanie Loumis
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1887. Colorado. A deserted town lit by the glow of a reddish full moon. A stagecoach full of passengers and an enigmatic gunslinger find themselves prisoners of two outlaws on the run. As the travelers attempt to outwit the outlaws it becomes apparent that a bigger menace lurks outside; a beast that only appears on the night of a blood red moon. Written by Jeremy Wooding

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When it's red you're dead.


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Decent enough effort with a few minor flaws
14 March 2016 | by kannibalcorpsegrinderSee all my reviews

Under attack by a group of criminals, a small outpost town attempts to find a way of derailing the bank robbers stalking them find an even more dangerous and vicious beast in the nearby woods and must band together to stop the deadly creature.

This here wasn't all that bad of a werewolf film and did have some solid points about it. When this one is mostly concerned with it's attacks by the creature itself, this one really comes off nicely with the action providing this one with some rather enjoyable elements throughout here. The opening assault against the different hunters makes for a great time with the rather suspenseful attacks keeping things chilling while letting the kills generate some nice bloodletting in the savagery of the actions, while the later attack in the saloon is quite a hit of fun with the rather frantic and chaotic attacks coming through the walls and windows requiring all sorts of shootouts throughout trying to kill it. As well, the finale in the streets of the old-west town as they try to get the creature killed is a bit of fun with the fun attacks and different escapes required throughout the town that makes for an enjoyable if slightly problematic effort that highlights the few flaws within here. The fact that the action is enjoyable is fine, but it's way too confined to that one section of the film as the majority of the time this one doesn't really offer up a whole lot of rather frantic werewolf action on display. It's only got these several scenes to really go on that generates the kind of overall action within this one that lets it be known it's actually a werewolf movie since the majority of the film is concerned with other areas than getting to the creature. By focusing on the different criminal gang interacting with the townspeople and how they're getting the underhand against the creature running loose, it all holds off the attack generated from the attacks actually occurring as there's so much time in between it getting loose again that it takes up the time on these other matters which isn't all that interesting as the main section of the film. As well, that problem also brings up another in the form of a rather brief series of action scenes that go by quickly in order to move on to the next scene without ever letting the action sink in, and with the quick-shot editing this one really does have some substandard action within here. These here are the film's few issues that hold it down.

Rated R: Graphic Violence and Graphic Language.


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1 September 2015 (USA) See more »

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