When a group of cannibal savages kidnaps settlers from the small town of Bright Hope, an unlikely team of gunslingers, led by Sheriff Hunt (Kurt Russell), sets out to bring them home.
High Quality !! Perfectly put together with great characters, a true Inde film and a Western no less. Slow? not really,gore and vilence? Well it is a HORROR movie after all. I 100% think you should see this movie, I bought it because it was so beatuflly done. Plus Kurt Russel!!
Classic Western crossed with a Quentin Tarantino level of Horror violence
If you can appreciate the poetry of hanging a sherrif's badge on the chest of an aging action hero (Kurt Russell) in a western frontier town, if you understand that the monstrosity of the troglodytes is probably very close to the experience -- however misplaced -- of the colonial settler's view of Native Americans, and if you can enjoy all that together with some Reservoir Dogs-level violence, then this is a cult-favorite for very good reasons.
I was actually surprised after reading the reviews, the movie was a little slow at times, but I enjoyed it. A not bad western, not much of a horror flick. Had some gore especially towards the end, but not nearly as sickening as you would think after reading the reviews...seen much worse in other horror flicks. Overall I enjoyed it.
I thought I was renting a Western
By Milky Alien Ware
Instead I got a horror movie with torture porn. Not what I expected at all.
No need for the graphics at the end...
People don’t need to see a man get literally split in to and pulled apart on either side to get the point across, I would say that there is no Indian of any tribe on planet earth that would commit to such a Brutal and violent way to kill someone,
Hitler himself was a kinder man...
An absolute must watch!
By DJ Cordova
Action packed with many scares and gore! Wow! 😈😳🤯🤮
By I eat books
A pseudo western of bizarre torture murder and pointless nonsense. I have never seen such a poorly directed movie. The actions and decisions of the characters don’t match the story.
A personal favorite.
Bone Tomahawk hooked me immediately. I loved the dialogue and how it was written. The story is simple, too simple. To its credit, the film uses the first act to showcase this great writing and delivery of lines from all the actors (all of whom are great in this) then the second act comes along and stays about 30 minutes longer than it should, filled with little to no action or suspense really, the second act felt like a bit of waste. Especially considering the run time.
Then the third act shows up and boy does it show up. Intense. Graphic. Violent. The third act is brilliant.
Do yourself a favor though and skip this guy’s other films. They’re garbage.
Whoa. After an interminable, under-manned posse trek everybody dies—in gruesome ways that don't fit the movie. Some reviewers call this a comedy? Really? I spent most of the time bored to tears with this dull Western. Then a horror movie claimed the last 5 minutes. Not much of a pay-off.