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When a group of cannibal savages kidnaps settlers from the small town of Bright Hope, an unlikely team of gunslingers, led by Sheriff Franklin Hunt (Kurt Russell), sets out to bring them home. But their enemy is more ruthless than anyone could have imagined, putting their mission – and survival itself – in serious jeopardy. Kurt Russell leads an all-star cast including Patrick Wilson, Matthew Fox and Richard Jenkins in this gritty, action-packed thriller chronicling a terrifying rescue mission in the Old West.
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I had been given a few recommendations to see this film and seeing the cast involved and being a fan of Westerns, I gave it a go and was not disappointed in the slightest. The acting is incredible - some really five star performances from some real five star actors that I enjoyed watching from start to finish. This was not your standard Western film though - it does have the staple trademarks associated with the genre but it goes from quite dark humour to begin with (think in a similar style to that in Fargo) to something that I was truly not expecting. Without spoiling the plot at all (best if you know as little about this film as possible before seeing it) I just want to warn that towards the end of this film there is one of the most horrific scenes of violence I have ever seen in a movie (there is a fair amount of graphic violence before this point but this particular scene almost made me be sick) so not for the weak stomached at all.
This is a fantastic mix of drama, dark comedy, horror and suspense that combined makes one of the finest and original films I have seen for quite a while. Highly recommended.
What follows is a twisted, violent men on a mission movie, the sheriff teaming up with elderly deputy Chicory (Richard Jenkins), local gent John Brooder (Matthew Fox) and the doctor's husband Arthur (Patrick Wilson) to hunt down the troglodytes.And the film is at its best when we're with them, all four strong, fascinating, beautifully written characters whom you find yourself really rooting for. They are decent, honourable men, forced to face off against a foe they don't understand.
I have to warn you though that as one of the other reviewers has mentioned there is one violent scene that is one of the most horrific seen in a movie - I found myself watching through my fingers!
Overall, although at times the pace can be a little slow, it does entertain in the most violent of ways.
I liked that stuff very much...
On the contrary I am not so sure about the last 30 minutes of so of the film in which it changes character and turns amazingly graphic. I can
stomach those things but I would have prefer the story to go in a more traditional direction ( I am fighting not to tell too much).
Slow, interesting, violent, realistic, unusual...
I don't feel I wasted my time...
Ah, yes, the horror western hybrid, a most difficult thing to get right at the best of times, even harder to entice newcomers to the sub-genre splice if they don't particularly like horror or westerns! This is a tough sell, a pic of startling originality, but of homage worthiness as well, that it kind of feels like a film made for a secret society of film fans. A society perhaps like the Troglodyte tribe who dominate the horror aspect of this particular tale.
Plot is set in the wild west, where after a set of circumstances leads to the kidnapping of three people from the local jail - by members of the Troglodyte tribe, four men set off on a rescue mission...
How splendid to find a narrative that isn't afraid to nod towards one of the most revered westerns of all time, yet be its own entity at the same time. Bone Tomahawk will polarise opinions, no question about it, the whole middle section involves a travelogue pumped by characterisations and a need to set the stage for what will occur in the final third. However, to even think that the four horsemen of the apocalypse bulk of this movie is mere slow time cinema is unfair, for dark comedy is at work - a racist horse? Surely not?
So the screenplay not only sparkles with wit, but it also pulses with drama, drama that comes from human stubbornness. Be it men who know that no matter what will happen, they will maybe die in honour due to mistakes or mismanagement, or just a matter of redemption, this mission on the surface seems pure folly, but in reality there is more at work here.Read more ›
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Interesting mash of Horror and Western with good development of characters and tension, believable dialogue, and quality cinematography - worthy of the genre. Read morePublished 5 days ago by neil chapman
This film starts off as a semi serious western and later descends into torture porn territory. Not what I expected at all. Read morePublished 6 days ago by WAK
I was lured into buying this film because the idea of an American Western horror film with Kurt Russel was going to be good, right? Read morePublished 13 days ago by M. Barns