The Legend of Hell's Gate: An American Conspiracy (2011)

PG-13   |    |  Action, Adventure, History


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The story of how 'Hell's Gate' at Possum Kingdom Lake, Texas came to have its name. Relive the story of how three outlaws' expeditions and encounters through historical 1870s Texas were remembered for a lifetime.


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  • August Edwards (Alejandro) and Will Edwards (Balfour) in "The Legend of Hell's Gate: An American Conspiracy".
  • Director Tanner Beard watches playback with Director of Photography Nathanael Vorce and Actor Lou Taylor Pucci.
  • Kutseena (M. Spears), Wakaree (E. Spears) and Moghey (Akiaten) in "The Legend of Hell's Gate: An American Conspiracy".
  • Russell Cummings, Lou Pucci, Ken Luckey and Robert Buckley at the premier of "Legend of Hell's Gate" at the Dallas International Film Festival - April 1, 2011
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16 June 2012 | cosmo_tiger
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| A very watchable and entertaining western. Better then most of the recent offerings. Surprisingly good. I say B
"My name is not St. Helens, my name John Booth the assassin of Abraham Lincoln." Just outside Possum Kingdom Lake in Texas there is a cliff formation that is known as Hell's Gate. During the 1870's this place was home to notorious outlaws and crimes. When a young boy overhears a conversation involving the local bartender he thinks he found a way to get rich. He teams with two strangers in order to make it rich and famous. Being a huge history buff this movie seemed very interesting to me. It says based on a true story, but I'm not sure how accurate this actually is. I have been saying that the western genre has really fallen off in the last ten years. This one is still a definite B western, but it is much much better then most of the recent ones. The acting is iffy at best but the story keeps you watching and I was actually surprised at how much I was enjoying it. Overall, not a bad western at all. Very watchable and pretty entertaining. I give it a B.

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