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.
Lou Taylor Pucci,
Here's a short film with the intention of becoming a feature film if people or studios become interested in financing it. And they should because it's an exciting project, very well-made and the kind of movie that can give a positive return to its makers/contributors though not sure if with the same cast since it doesn't have any A-listers (but Robert Buckley is already a familiar face).
It tells the story of Wyatt (Buckley), a slack froyo shop worker taken hostage by a mysterious woman (Alyson Weaver, great) who needs to convince him to be part of a dangerous yet rewarding plan. Z is her name and she's beautiful, dangerous, with plenty of fighting skills and frightening enough to scare this guy.
What can I say? There's plenty of action, greatly filmed and choreographed, it's ridiculously funny, but it's too bad that it can't go forward with its story and Wyatt's fate. Now we need this told in a longer way. 9/10
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