Dead in Tombstone


Action / Fantasy / Horror / Western

IMDb Rating 4.9 10 4,701


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April 15, 2019



Anthony Michael Hall as Travis Purcell
Danny Trejo as Miguel
Dina Meyer as Carissa
Mickey Rourke as Johnny Walker
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759.24 MB
23.976 fps
100 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by ogbrewer 8 / 10 / 10

An entertaining dark western

A classic, action-packed western with a dark twist. The viewer is never bored and Danny Trejo plays the role of an antihero perfectly. This movie makes it clear that Trejo was meant for western films. He fills the shoes of his usual "tough guy" character, but this time with more depth. Mickey Rourke proves to be a prudent casting decision as well, portraying a smooth-talking devil. This film may not be for those looking for a traditional western, but rather for those interested in exploring a new take on the genre.

Reviewed by classicsoncall 4 / 10 / 10

"Tell Mama I died like a man."

Story line aside, the picture is stylistically and cinematically a visual treat. I guess there are some viewers who don't go for the dark and gritty look, but that only adds to the demonic flavor of Guerrero's (Danny Trejo) mission to take out the former members of his Blackwater Gang. I'm not too clear on why Red Cavanaugh (Anthony Michael Hall) turned his back on brother Guerrero, so that could have been spelled out a bit better. I guess if you wanted to make a demonic Western, you couldn't pick a better pair of leads than Trejo and Blacksmith Mickey Rourke. The scary part is that they look pretty much the same off screen. I liked the idea of the six pine boxes gimmick, and if you weren't keeping track, the outlaws went down as follows - Baptiste, Ramos, Darko, Washington, Snake and Red. Guerrero's execution of his fellow travelers followed a fairly typical formula, and I thought there should have been a little twist for not making the midnight deadline, but he was only off by two minutes. The film did everything it could to prove it's opening narrative - "The real West was a heartless, lawless vampire pit".

Reviewed by popnruss 4 / 10 / 10

One Hell of a film!

I have to admit that Death in Tombstone is an interesting take on the American western. There are not too many westerns out there that incorporate the way of the West with Satan calling the shots. Unfortunately, not even the blood and guts performance of Danny Trejo and Mickey Rourke's creepy take on the Evil One can rescue this film from going to Hell. With a better script, more talented actors, and improved direction, this film might have had great results.

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