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Finally got around to watching this after it languishing on my Amazon Prime Playlist.

What a creepy and kind of disturbing movie though I thought it was an interesting blend on Western-frontier-horror.


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Very intense movie. Eek



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Enjoyed it.


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Originally posted by jjkroll32:
Finally got around to watching this after it languishing on my Amazon Prime Playlist.

What a creepy and kind of disturbing movie though I thought it was an interesting blend on Western-frontier-horror.


This was my EXACT reaction when I watched it. At one point, actually curious if this type of primitive Indian tribe might have actually existed, I did a little cursory research and found an interview with the movie director where he admits that it was a fictional tribe that he created as a plot device to achieve a Western/Horror story.

Disturbing but creative.
 
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Very well acted B level movie.
But, very creepy.
 
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agree with all the above

enjoyed it - was definitely different blend of genres.

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The plausible inbreeding/disfigurement as well as the supernatural calls added to my horror.


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This has actually climbed to be a favorite of mine. Its not my all time favorite but when I'm in a western mood and a horror mood its a darn good one. Great acting, a bit slow which is on purpose I feel and some of what I imagine are the most realistic action sequences as far as being on the wrong side of an ambush in those times.
 
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I couldn't believe Kurt Russel would appear in this movie. I am disappointed in myself for wasting the time watching the entire thing.


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I loved that movie. It was NOT what I was suspecting, but I was thoroughly entertained.


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I couldn't believe Kurt Russel would appear in this movie. I am disappointed in myself for wasting the time watching the entire thing.

Same here.




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I couldn't believe Kurt Russel would appear in this movie. I am disappointed in myself for wasting the time watching the entire thing.

Same here.


We are different people, I loved him in it personally.
 
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Man. I had just unremembered the scene where the guy is slaughtered and ripped in half.

That was a little rough and outside my comfort zone as far a horror movie material goes.

Except for that part I liked the movie.
 
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Man. I had just unremembered the scene where the guy is slaughtered and ripped in half.

That was a little rough and outside my comfort zone as far a horror movie material goes.

Except for that part I liked the movie.


I concur.
 
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Watched it last night.

Had alittle trouble falling asleep............. Eek
 
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Also watched it last night.

Interesting movie. Gore didn't bother me though.




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I finished watching this last night. I thought it was a really good movie.
 
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Strange damn movie
 
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Lili Simmons is in this! That’s reason enough to give it a go.
 
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I watched the trailer but still a bit confused on the type of movie.
Is this going to appeal to the "Saw" movie(s) type rather than the western type?
If so not for me, not a Saw movie fan.
However, I do love a good western.
 
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