Six Gun Savior

2016

Action / Adventure / Drama

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IMDb Rating 3.2 10 215

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Anthony De Longis as Rex Cooper
Manu Intiraymi as Gambler #1
Luciana Carro as Josie Parks
Tim Russ as Ezekiel Roak

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Reviewed by Leofwine_draca 2 / 10

Amateur horror/western

I had no idea that a film this cheap would get prime time showing here in the UK but there it was, sitting right on the weekday schedules at 9pm. SIX GUN SAVIOUR is an independent film, a cheap horror/western about a slick gunfighter who is revived from death by the devil himself and sent on a mission of justice to take down some nefarious villains.

It's hard to put in words the sheer ineptitude of this cheesy film. The many action scenes are completely laughable especially when some questionable slow motion is brought into play. The acting is poor across the board and poor old Eric Roberts really must be on the skids, agreeing to appear in this level of production (Z-grade as compared to his usual B-grade produce). Worst of all are the terrible CGI effects, particularly the schlocky 'burning' effects when killing characters which are simply terrible. Add in a production so cheap it only has a couple of locations, a non-existent storyline, and plenty of inanity, and you have one rubbish movie.

Reviewed by nogodnomasters 4 / 10

I own hell

The first five minutes of the film is used for narration to explain the plot which includes Oni (a new one on me). These are people who are killed, but before they are judged, they can deal their way back to earth so as to kill the person who killed them. They get to live a normal life after that and their soul goes to the devil played by Eric Roberts.

Through circumstances, Lane McCrae (Kaleo Griffith) has made a different pact and becomes a bounty hunter for the devil, but doesn't have a bike or a flaming skull head. They is also Zathera (Lorraine Ziff) who can bring about the final apocalypse and raise people from the dead. She is being controlled by Grant Dillon (Blaine Gray) who BTW killed McCrae's family.

The best part of the film was when an Oni got killed and burst into flames. Other than that the drama and dialogue was boring, not even making an effort to entertain the audience. Kaleo Griffith was horrible in the lead role, although the script gave him little to work with, so he didn't make the effort.

Guide: No swearing sex or nudity.

Reviewed by classicsoncall 5 / 10

"I can smell fear and death. That's pretty much where my talents end".

Don't let the name of Eric Roberts at the top of the credits list have any bearing on your watching the movie. His appearances as 'The Devil' in the story are limited, and even though his impact on the story line should have maximum sway, he's not around enough to make it seem so. Funny, but that's The Devil's quote in my summary line, so for any die-hard anti-Roberts readers, I guess you'll be vindicated.

I saw the film last night as it debuted at the Hoboken International Film Festival (HIFF), held oddly enough, at the Paramount Theater in Middletown, New York. The original home of the festival was impacted by Hurricane Sandy three years ago, so this venue has been it's home since then, with a possible renewal up for grabs this year. I often get a kick out of reading other reviewers mentioning their attendance at some original screening, so here I have the opportunity to do the same.

The picture is something of a mystical/horror Western, as gunslinger Lane McCrae (Kaleo Griffith) commits his soul to The Devil in exchange for his life and the life of his brother Cody (Adam LeClair), both nearly fatally wounded in separate gunfights. What follows is a meandering and not entirely satisfactory film, and probably a bit longer than it needed to be to tell it's story. In fairness, I have a bit of trouble with movie dialog these days, due in part to tinnitus, so I'm not always certain whether hearing it is my problem or the picture's.

One issue I did have though was story continuity in the manner of ridding already dead gunmen and desperadoes. When Lane McCrae shoots three men, five years after the story's opening scene, he states "I killed those three men before", as each of them disintegrate in an electrified/fiery vapor. Later on in the story, zombie cowboys are dispatched in a hale of black smoke or they simply disappear into the ether. For whatever reason, I like my ghost Westerns to maintain a semblance of continuity in the way demons and zombies are dispatched.

Besides Roberts, the only other veteran actor one is likely to recognize in the film is Martin Kove in the role of The Mentor. Lorraine Ziff portrays an other worldly demoness named Zathera, and it surprised me to learn that in real life, she's the mother of Matthew Ziff who portrays Kyle 'Hawk' Hawkins in the story.

For an independently produced film, the acting was generally adequate and the cinematography was better than expected. Some of the dialog I did hear was embarrassingly clichéd but not enough to be annoying. Action scenes were handled well enough and consistent with the genre. However I don't think there was enough here to compel me to see it again if it gets a general release. I found my attention wandering from time to time, and that's never a good thing, especially when fear and death are your main calling cards.

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