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||IMDB Rating: 3.8/10 from 73 votes
||Release: 13 June 2008 (USA) /
||Genre: Comedy, Horror
||Director: Jason Baustin,
||Stars: Anthony Carlyle, Dani Dare, David Buckler, Delvin Brooks, Gene Campbell, Greg Crowe, Jaymes Camery, Jenny Corbett, Jerett Burton, Larry Clark, Marcus Creig, Paul Bailey, Paul Busetti, Rich Adams, Sylvia Beeken
||Synopsis: Polite and soft-spoken roving serial killer Roy Thompson fancies himself as an old school cowboy. Roy stops off at a sleepy small town in the Midwest and starts bumping off the locals. When the police prove fail to effectively handle the situation, various quirky residents band together as a vigilante posse and hunt Roy down. Written by Woodyanders
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In the 1970s, drive-in movies were all the rage. Movies were produced
cheaply and titillated their audiences with guns, half-naked women, and
a lot of squinting. Blood flowed freely. People didn't expect much, so
they were happy with what they got. All they wanted was background
noise while they got busy with their significant others.
Cowboy Killer might have fit okay in that era. Might have. It's cheaply
made, with plenty of fake-looking blood, a threadbare script, and
performances that range from wooden to hamminess. People could pull up
in their Chevy Novas and smooched while this junk played on the big
screen. But here in the 2000s, it's just a crappy horror film that
looks like it was made in someone's basement with a legion of blowup
dolls. It's the kind of movie that telegraphs a flashback scene by
dissolving a scene into and out of pure white.
Now, there were movies in the 1970s that were so bad that one could
almost enjoy them ironically. Many of these movies were directed by
legendary schlockmeister Al Adamson, a man who gave us such classics as
Blood of Ghastly Horror and Angels' Wild Women. Those movies were
really, really bad, but compared with this one they were hotbeds of
Don't believe me? Here's a sample quote: "You crossed the line like a
cow out of order!" Makes no sense.
So some cowboy is running around a small, podunk town killing people
for no good reason. A couple of cable guys (!) are trying to find him,
because apparently he didn't pay his bill. (Really.) The cops can't
track him down; the sheriff fires two of them when they insist on
following up on slim leads (yes, he asks for their guns and badges).
The town drunk knows all about the killer, but no one believes him. The
town's resident psycho killer wants to glom onto the cowboy's fun and
games. And there are multiple trips to strip clubs.
But none of this is ironic. This is all straightforward. So either it's
an extremely subtle, clever joke, or it's really, really awful.
Stupefyingly awful. I posit that the former is a theoretical
impossibility, because there's not one ounce of cleverness in this
picture. There's even a character named Jeffrey Dalmer. Yes, Dalmer.
Again, either the makers of this film were riffing off Jeffrey Dahlmer,
intentionally misspelling the name, or they simply had no idea how to
spell it. And considering the lack of wit throughout the movie, I'll
wager on the latter there.
Movies that are cheaply done can still have some chilling effects - see
The Blair Witch Project, for instance. You can do a lot with a little.
But not here. In one scene, the killer slams a car hood on a victim's
head. Immediately - the first slam! - the woman is dead and a bloody
mess. Look, he's not that big; a slam would have knocked her out,
perhaps. And not once does she even cry out. And this is after she
stupidly put her head under the hood to check her dipstick, on account
of the cowboy didn't want to get his hat dirty. Oh boy.
I also love how the cowboy's "western" accent comes and goes. It's
there when he says "podner" and "ain't," and that's it.
This movie is almost exactly like pro wrestling, except with less blood
and less-intricate story lines. It's as if the director just followed
some people around and told them to improvise every scene, but no one
had ever had an acting lesson but thought they were the greatest since,
like, Coolio, or something.
Apparently the movie had a budget of $50,000. I spent the entire movie
trying to figure out where that money went. It's not in the acting, the
directing, the filming, the soundtrack, or the effects. Maybe they blew
it all on whoopie cushions and trips to the strip club.
Here's another sample quote: "I'm gonna set his horse on fire and then
eat it!" Is that supposed to be a threat? To the horse, maybe.
I don't know what else to say about this movie. It's an interminable
bore, not dumb enough to be funny and not smart enough to be
interesting. It's not even smart enough to know it's not very good; it
looks like it desperately wants to be taken seriously, but it's not
pretty enough for the Westminster Show, let alone the prom.
Tags for Cowboy Killer Full Movie
, Dani Dare
, David Buckler
, Delvin Brooks
, Gene Campbell
, Greg Crowe
, Jaymes Camery
, Jenny Corbett
, Jerett Burton
, Larry Clark
, Marcus Creig
, Paul Bailey
, Paul Busetti
, Rich Adams
, Sylvia Beeken
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