The Pale Door
Directed by Aaron B. Koontz
After a botched train robbery, two brothers and their gang of cowboys must survive the night in a ghost town, inhabited by a coven of witches.
After a botched robbery, two brothers and their gang of cowboys must survive the night in a ghost town inhabited by a coven of witches.
Cast: Melora Walters, Zachary Knighton, Stan Shaw, Noah Segan, Bill Sage, Pat Healy
I enjoyed it.
Mixed feelings, can't say it was boring but I can't pin point any memorable scenes. The lead actor is pretty good I guess
Okay...mixed feelings here. On one hand, strange editing choices, shoddy action scenes, an underutilized western setting, and the witches are comically not scary in their “true forms”. But despite all these problems...I still REALLY like this movie. I don’t feel like it’s a movie for everybody, but maybe it’s not meant to be. Some of the scares are legitimately unsettling. The gang of outlaws are enjoyable to watch easy to root for despite being crooks who Murder without a second thought. The greatest strength is the cast! Holy shit, these actors really sell their roles! I did NOT expect this film to tug at my heartstrings so many times. Couple that in with some nice gore effects, and I think this is a perfect movie for a casual audience. Would definitely recommend, though it won’t be for everyone.
Interest setting, decent movie but nothing spectacular. Could have been better if it didn't take itself as serious as it did.
pretty bad movie, not at all enjoyable