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Road to Revenge
Royals' Revenge

USA 2020
produced by
Kirtesh Mehta, Steve Wright, Anthony Casanova, Michael Casanova, Ed Vanderlee (executive), George Nelson (executive), Wally Olsen (executive) for Roughrider Total Entertainment, Hailstorm Films, Old Tombstone Studios
directed by Christopher Sheffield, Kellen Garner
starring Kellen Garner, Alexis Moeller, Aaron Ginn-Forsberg, Chade Green, George Nelson, Ed Vanderlee, Kevin Tye, Wendy Crawford, Dale Denton, Russell Clay, Jeremy A. Lopez, Rob Trygg, Sid Kramer, Chris Schaar, Madilyn Mei, Caleb Rock, Tyler Galley, Zac Bushman, Gary Bennett, Tobias Tolnay, Terren Green, Pat McMahon, Jenna Whorley, Kamron Webb, Brennan Reh, Callum Tye, Katie Nelson, Shea Vanderlee, Casey Jackson, Johnny Manuel, Jared Jackson, Joshua Hicks, Michael 'Mick' T. McGinnitty, Karin Vanderlee, Jeff Price, Austin Giles, Matt Unruh, Bill Wetherill, Sebastian Harmon, Chris Sweeny, Kevin Groninga, Roger Resler, Jace Green, Cgabce Green, Marcia Resler, Jeff McCarroll, Gordon Green, Anthony Casanova, Duffy McMahon, Tyler Jordan, Burgess Milner, James Jordan, Patrick Brown, James Lovin, Gary Hombolt, Chris McDaniel, Tom Garner, Andy Canchola
story by George Nelson, screenplay by Kellen Garner, music by Kevin Tye

review by
Mike Haberfelner

The Old West: Siblings Travis (Kellen Garner) and Lucy Royal (Alexis Moeller) have long roamed the countryside as bounty hutners, and have made a pretty good team. But their real goal is to pick up the track of William Slade (George Nelson), who has long ago killed their mother (Wendy Crawford) and sister (Katie Nelson) - and now they've found him, a rich and ruthless landowner who seems to have his hands in every business of his hometown, including prize-fighting and betting, and who has ambitions to run for gouvernor. To their greatest surprise, Travis and Lucy find their two brothers Pete (Aaron Ginn-Forsberg) and Brody (Chade Green) in town as well, the former a gambler who places bets with Slade, the latter a prize-fighter in Slade's employ - and it rather hurts Travis and Lucy that they seem to have forgotten what Slade has done to their family. But things take a turn for the unexpected when Brody easily wins a fight Slade ordered him to throw, and Pete makes a ton of money on it. Eventually, Travis and Lucy confront Slade - and find out Pete is actually a marshal who has come to town to get a confession out of him to arrest him. But Slade's not one to let himself get arrested that easily, not with all those gunmen in his employ ...


Now this is an enjoyably old school western - which doesn't mean it's old-fashioned or sheds a purely nostalgic light on everything, it's just a solid piece of western cinema that contains tons of action but at the same time is character-driven and chooses narrative tension over pure spectacle invariably, and it doesn't go for "updating" the genre or give things a post-modernist spin, nor does it try the tongue-in-cheek approach. And a solid directorial effort along with an able cast make this into a very cool piece of genre cinema, slick enough that even non western fans might like it.


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