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Dead Again in Tombstone (2017)

Dead Again in Tombstone (2017)

John TierneyGerrick WinstonSarah WheeldonDanny Trejo
Roel Reiné


Dead Again in Tombstone (2017) is a English movie. Roel Reiné has directed this movie. John Tierney,Gerrick Winston,Sarah Wheeldon,Danny Trejo are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. Dead Again in Tombstone (2017) is considered one of the best Action,Fantasy,Horror,Western movie in India and around the world.

Guerrero returns from the dead once more to protect a stolen relic from getting into the hands of a gang of soldiers, which will ultimately cause hell upon earth.

Dead Again in Tombstone (2017) Reviews

  • Actually, undead again


    Colonel Boomer (Jake Busey) suspects that Guerrero (Danny Trejo) knows where a book about black magic rituals is hidden. He threatens to kill his family, consisting of daughter Alicia (Elysia Rotaru) and grandma (Michelle Rios, much too young for the role and therefore covered with ridiculous make-up) if Guerrero doesn't tell him the hiding place. Now Guerrero is undead since his pact with the devil in part 1 and comes back several times from the dead. How can Boomer deal with a man he cannot kill, how can Guerrero save his family, and what does the magic book really do? The first movie was a horror movie in the disguise of a western, but the sequel - apart from the MacGuffin, the magic book - is a much more traditional western about protecting your family against gunfighters (even if some of them are zombies). The technical qualities are good. For example the scene when Boomer blows up a stagecoach and at the same time, Guerrero is caught in an explosive trap in the town, the two explosions are cut parallel to each other, really elegant editing you hardly ever see in cheap movies. If I voted one notch below for the sequel (6 of 10 after 7 of 10 for the first movie) it's because 'Dead Again' lacks a villain of Mickey Rourke's caliber. Otherwise it is a satisfactory variation of the 'Undead Gunman' theme.

  • If You Enjoy Spagetti Westerns and Danny Trejo, Choose This


    If you enjoy spaghetti westerns (but not made in Italy or Spain), you'll enjoy "Dead Again in Tombstone." If you enjoy spaghetti westerns with supernatural overtones you'll enjoy "Dead Again in Tombstone." If you're a Danny Trejo fan you'll REALLY enjoy "Dead Again in Tombstone." Like Italian westerns, the film serves up plenty of action, and there are no heroes. Some reviewers assert that Trejo can't act. They don't realize that Trejo, may he be a good or bad actor, is more than that. He is a force of nature. Every scene he's in, your eyes are on him. Jake Busey as the baddest of the bad guys is excellent as a "Southern Gentleman" and ex-confederate soldier.

  • Messy sequel


    I only thought that the original "Dead in Tombstone" was just okay, but I decided to give this sequel a chance, given my love for westerns and for the fact that Danny Trejo was returning. Most likely you'll find this sequel a few notches below whatever you thought of the first movie, as I did. I admit that the movie looks pretty slick for the most part, though some interior scenes are either severely underlit or overlit, and there is some very unconvincing CGI blood and gore. But the script is kind of a mess. There are a number of plot points that are either vague or unexplained at all, and the result is that there is a feeling that the filmmakers were making things up as they went along. The sorry and clumsy script may explain why stars Danny Trejo and Jake Busey seem to be going on autopilot instead of delivering their lines with conviction and true menace. As for the action sequences, it comes across as standard stuff at best, not directed or choreographed in a way that grabs your attention. The movie is not dull, I admit, but all the same it's quite unsatisfying to watch.

  • Rough Western, but Entertaining


    Col Jackson Boomer (Jake Busey) badgers Guerrero (Danny Trejo) to give up the Bone Box (that contains The Devil's Bible, which will insure he has immense power over the entire world). Guerrero has come back from the Dead as Lucifer has him under control, but he claims he has no idea where the box is or what it is. This is a somewhat supernatural western story and we will see a lot of shooting, blood squirting here and there and numerous explosions…..and oh, yes, a coming back from the dead too. Supernatural, remember? In time, the Devil's Bible is given to Col Jackson Boomer, but something is wrong. It is not enough and Jackson figures this out. Something is missing. What could it be? We see Jackson Boomer hanging out in the brothel run by Madame Du Vere (Elizabeth Lavender) and we also see naked girls making out with customers and with each other, too. Guerrero tries to re- establish himself with his estranged daughter Alicia (Elysia Rotaru) and his mother Zerelda De La Cruz (Michelle Rios) who tells Guerrero he must protect the bone box. Later,we see that his mother is quite handy with a gun too. The acting is good all around, the music is good, the gun fights are well choreographed, but the cinematography is awesome and almost a work of art on their own. Kudos. Notable: Dean McDermott as Dr Goldsworthy who we suspect is something more than human and he tries to have Guerrero reject Lucifer's hold on him. Supernatural, remember? This is no holds barred western and is quite rough, but very entertaining. (7/10) Violence: Yes. Sex: No.. Nudity: Yes. Language: Yes.

  • Dead again? Undead again is more like it...


    This was actually a surprisingly nice movie! Especially when taking into consideration the synopsis for the movie, and the fact that it has Danny Trejo and Jake Busey starring in it. I will say that both Danny Trejo and Jake Busey were performing quite well in "Dead Again in Tombstone". And they were nicely cast for the two roles. The storyline was rather entertaining as it was a classic western, spiced up with some supernatural elements. And there was also lots of action throughout the movie. So what's not to like? Sure, this is not a major Hollywood blockbuster, but it definitely was a surprisingly nice movie. Sure, I didn't have much of any expectations to begin with, so I was easily surprised. I found "Dead Again in Tombstone" to be entertaining and enjoyable, and I can definitely recommend it if you like watching movies with Danny Trejo in it.


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