In the Old West, a sheriff (Kurt Russell), his deputy (Richard Jenkins), a gunslinger (Matthew Fox), and a cowboy (Patrick Wilson) embark on a mission to rescue three people from a savage group of cave dwellers.
S. Craig Zahler’s debut genre-jumper packs a hefty punch. The film takes a hard left turn, from solid and impressive Western into the kind of horror film that will linger in your soul for years to come. Zahler is a singular figure in American cinema. His follow up to Bone Tomahawk was the hard-boiled prison revenge exploitation flick Brawl in Cell Block 99, casting Vince Vaughn in the first of two collaborations. 2018’s Dragged Across Concrete saw them team up again - this time along side Mel Gibson - to create a stake-out, buddy cop movie that defies all genre clichés. All three must be seen to be believed.