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During the course of the night O'Dwyer's wife and deputy Nick are watching over a suspicious character that had rolled into town and was shot in the leg by Hunt whilst trying to avoid questioning.

The next day all three are gone and a local boy has been murdered, the only bit of evidence left is an arrow.

So after consulting the local indian and discovering the offenders are a tribe of crazy wild cannibalistic people, Hunt, O'Dwyer, Chicory and Brooder march off to rescue the kidnapped threesome.

But their enemy is more ruthless than anyone could have imagined, putting their mission - and survival itself - in serious jeopardy.

This is a gritty action-packed thriller chronicling a terrifying rescue mission in the Old West.

On the list of things the world needs, a mash-up of The Searchers and Hannibal is pretty far down there.

But if there is going to be such a thing, the smartly cast and well-crafted Bone Tomahawk fills the bill nicely. a sturdy frontier western about strong but decidedly mortal settlers who take the responsibilities of community seriously, and its odyssey takes them to the border of horror cinema without leaving its frontier drama landscape or sensibility.

OK lets be completely brutally honest here, I only watched this because of one thing and one thing only, the main star is Kurt Russell.

There is literally no other reason that I watched this movie because I generally have little interest in horror flicks, unless they are part comedies or from the 50's black and white era, or starring an actor/s I genuinely enjoy watching (like Russell).

Unfortunately I can report early on that my fears were cemented with this movie, other than Russell and the films title there is nothing of interest here at all, in fact its completely nonsensical crap of the highest order. Set in the 1890's in the small western town of Bright Hope, USA, we are introduced to a small band of townsfolk, mainly from within the local saloon.

Kurt Russell is the tough grisly Sheriff Hunt, then we have a dapper, smartly dressed womaniser named Brooder, a middle aged foreman sporting a broken leg named O'Dwyer, and local backup deputy old man Chicory.