Outlaws and Angels

A gang of cold-blooded outlaws narrowly escapes a blood-soaked bank robbery in a grimy frontier town. With a notorious bounty hunter hot on their trail, these nefarious criminals desperately need a place to hide out before night falls. Fate brings them to the home of the Tildons, a seemingly innocent family with two feisty daughters. As the men settle in, an impetuous game of cat and mouse plays out during the cold, black night. Come morning, nothing will ever be the same.

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  • ★★★½ review by Scout Tafoya on Letterboxd

    136/200

    Impossibly sleazy in just the right way. Everyone who hates this clearly didn't didn't see every Prosperi/Jacopetti movie in college and come to understand what it looks like when someone's actually a productive fan of garbage. Dude's talented and he likes the same trash I do, so he gets my seal of approval, even if he needs help with his dialogue.

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  • ★★★★ review by VICTOR P. S. on Letterboxd

    Últimamente se habla de los westerns norte europeos "The Salvation" , "The Dark Valley" , de los que se cocinan a fuego lento "Slow west", "Deuda de honor", los sangrientos "Los odiosos ocho" y los rompedores "Bone tomahawk", pues bueno este en cuestión, que viene calentito de Sundance, abraza al Sam Peckinpah de "Grupo salvaje" y la violencia verbal de Tarantino ,que aburre cuando se extiende y la estética del Spaguetti. Es brutal,es sucio, sangriento, presenta "algún" giro argumental de armas tomar,y a pesar de que hay puntos en el guión muy cuestionables como el numero de perseguidores vs forajidos, su larga duración y diálogos que les falta algo de adhesión , por lo demás pienso desenfundar el primero para seguir defendiéndola. Y sin dudas mejor Francesca Eastwood que Scott , aquí realmente se desmelena.

  • ★★★★ review by UrbanElysium on Letterboxd

    What a friggin RIDE! At times difficult to watch because of subject matter. As a Western damn good story of what people are capable of  when pushed to their limits, and in that sense reminded me of Tarentino's Hatefull 8. Kept getting better and better. Loved the ending!

  • ★★★½ review by Tony Cavalier on Letterboxd

    Heavy 3.5

  • ★★★★ review by Justin on Letterboxd

    Apparently I'm the only person who liked this. 



    It's basically Last House on the Left meets McCabe & Mrs. Miller.

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