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Eye for Eye

USA 2022
produced by
L.J. Martin, Kat Martin, David Mirisch (executive) for Wolfpack Productions
directed by L.J. Martin
starring John Savage, Blanca Blanco, Shane Clouse, Cody Root, Tucker Werhane, Sean Eden Yi, Derek Sorrell, Davy Williams, Jared Boxterman, Brandon Bing, Chasen Waltman, Matt Mhoon, Jim Malatere, Monty Martin, Susan Esco, Kira Guay, Rinnan Henderson, Jason Miller, Dennis M Shackelford, Teague Goodvoice, Blake de Pastino, Ashley Rae McGee, Dennis Tuberty, L.J. Martin
written by L.J. Martin, music by Shane Clouse

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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The old West: On what ought to have been a peaceful day, four men - Spike (Cody Rood), Tall Horse (Derek Sorrell), Skunk (Jared Boxterman) and young Michael (Chasen Waltman) - intrude into pregnant Consuela's (Ashley Rae McGee) home, rape and ultimately kill her. When her husband Quint (Shane Clouse), the local sheriff no less, returns home, this leaves him heart-broken of course, and full of rage, as he knows the intruders were not just some lowlife scum, but scum sent by local big-shot rancher Braddock (John Savage), who has long set his eye on Quint's little ranch and has sent his men over to force him into submission. Thing is, Braddock has never intended the rape or murder to happen (not that he's at all innocent), but now he has to deal with the aftermath. And the aftermath is that Quint resigns as sheriff and intrudes Braddock's vast lands to lure the killers of his wife out into the open to have his revenge and ultimately go against Braddock. That said, Braddock has about a hundred man to guard him, and Quint is all on his own. But Braddock has also one weak spot, Lola (Blanca Blanco), a young widow in his employ who he wants to make his wife, but who might be open for other options ...


Basically Eye for Eye is a western that's old school in the best possible meaning of the word (which is already mirrored in its archaic title), as there's no post-modern re-interpretation here, no subversion of genre tropes, no all-too-obvious allusions to current politics. Instead the film puts its focus on old-fashioned storytelling, allowing itself little in terms of frills to get its points across, and the visuals likewise are reminiscent of westerns of old. Now some might call this a little out-of-date in today's movie world, but frankly, western fans like me are sure to embrace the approach, and are very likely to very much enjoy the film as such.


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