>yfw when you realized
Patrick Willson's character had his leg amputated, but did not notice it because of the opium.
Why does the Deputy tell Kurt Russel he needs to talk with O'Dwyer right at the end, and the Deputy, who performed amputations before, confirms that he indeed does? What else would they need to talk about?
Why does the surgery scene show the Deputy preparing a bone saw?
>tfw jack only stars in straight-to-dvd movies now
I'm not saying bone tomahawk is a bad movie but why doesn't he get/accept more roles?
didn't you like his part in world war z that got cut into pretty much a cameo??
As a western I thought it wasn't that bad, except for the really dumb "Indians" but that was obviously horror creeping in.
No, I sat through the boring opening sequence with the gore where they're killing people. Then the boring sequence with the wounded foreman and his wife, then the boring confrontation with the guy from the opening, and the boring sex scene, and the boring exposition about secret evil cannibal indians and the boring discussion about horses and the boring discussion about telescopes and the boring discussion about how they shouldn't have shot the mexicans and the boring bit about the guy talking about the horse eating spicy mexican food, and the boring drama about the guy whose family was massacred by indians and that's why he killed boring mexicans, blah blah blah.
I liked the guy who played the deputy. That was a good role and performance, sadly wasted here.
I only got halfway through before I got really bored and couldn't suspend disbelief anymore.
Normally I can ignore the whole "Why doesn't she just leave the haunted house" bit, but it was egregious in that movie.
>I liked the guy who played the deputy. That was a good role and performance
Your (otherwise wrong) opinion now has some semblance of credibility and I call to other anons not to insult you.
>Westerns and horror don't mix
How's it feel to be a dumb nigger
>westerns and horror don't mix
I think the setting can have good horror, if you leave out typical Western tropes. Little cottages, totally isolated, free of modern devices, can be very creepy.
The Witch looks promising for those reasons, though obviously set earlier.
He was great in bone tomahawk.
Based savage remover
its fine if he gets roles like this.
1.8 million budget vs. $44 million budget
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Am I the only one who thought the native indians would be some kind of monster instead?
I know the savages arent worth being called humans, but I imagined something else, alien, or fishlike bone creature.
have any antagonists in the history of cinema deserved to be genocided more than the subhumans in this movie?
I was actually disappointed the protags kept showing them mercy instead of going native themselves out of rage which is what stories like these usually end up doing.