A Cold Day in Hell (2011)

PG-13   |    |  Western


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Sierra Nevada Mountains, 1887: William Drayton, once a crack sharpshooter in the Civil War, has lost his wife and home. He has ascended to the high country, wanting never to be heard from again.


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13 July 2011 | MennoMan
Credit where credit is due!
I Give Credit to everyone who cast and crew who used their real names in the CREDITS of this disaster of a film. Anyone with a home movie editor and a keyboard could have cut and mastered this film better. As for effect.. Water tower which could not hold water... See through Fronts.... Train Clips probably found in public domain video with train sound effects recored with a Edison machine. They should of at least used a Lionell Toy train for the wreck instead of a Cardboard cutout moving in a 2 second clip. Horrible plot. Way to many cuts and bad cuts. Music sounded like a child on a old church organ. Worst than BAD.. SO BAD it is worth watching just to see how poor a movie should not be made.

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