Ambush at Tomahawk Gap
Hodiak, Brian, Derek and Teal have just been released from prison. They return to Tomahawk Gap, now a ghost town, to retrieve the money that they stole and was buried by a partner somewhere in the town. While hunting, the Indians attack, and a life and death battle ensues.
- Stars:John Hodiak, John Derek, David Brian, María Elena Marqués, Ray Teal, John Qualen, Otto Hulett, Percy Helton, Trevor Bardette,
- Director:Fred F. Sears,
- Writer:David Lang (story), David Lang (screenplay)
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Ambush at Tomahawk Gap torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: fantastic family film
(jp) wrote: Yes! I'm admitting that I watched it.
(us) wrote: Kevin Smith proved that he could do comedy but horror is a genre that he might wanna put a pin in.Red State wasn't a movie that you'll rush back and see but isn't a movie you'll avoid at all costs.Its just okay.
(kr) wrote: Wait? Huh? What is this film about? hanh? Fitting in? "New Best Friend" is "Utterly Inane and ucomprehensible. Blurry Lesbian Sex,Drug parties,missing dialouge,and answers. This is one of the worst films to do about basicly nothing. Two Middle Fingers Up!" No More Comment!
(ag) wrote: It was just okay... good way to kill a slow afternoon
(it) wrote: oh my god its harry !!!! You got to see this its sooo funny
(it) wrote: Cheap, cheesy, stupid, and boring. A thumbnail of a franchise. And, btw, who thought it could get worse after Supermann III ?
(it) wrote: Nice Burt Reynolds movie from the 70's - in the spirit of the classic Smokey and the Bandit. Maybe not brilliant, but entertaining - sure.
(ag) wrote: All CLASSICS are GOOD
(mx) wrote: I will give this film credit for being absolutely weird with its concepts. Santa Claus was a modest hit in Mexico, where it was filmed and aimed for a release. It was more of a children's movie, and it shows, despite the nightmare imagery it has in some parts of it. In the movie, Santa lives in a castle in the clouds, can only come to Earth on Christmas, has a personal war going with Satan & his fellow devils, and has magic items that give him powers. The way I understand it, in Mexico, Santa isn't a big thing. It's all about Jesus there, so the filmmakers took some license with Santa, and despite how horrible it is, it's quite charming. Don't get me wrong though. I didn't say I thoroughly enjoyed it, but I think I admired it because the people behind it were really trying for something, and they were successful in the end, so good for them. The movie itself isn't successful; it's a complete mess that never really makes much sense, but being that it's a kid's movie, I'll give it a bit of a pass. The best way to watch the movie is, of course, with the crew of Mystery Science Theater 3000, and the more recent live show with Rifftrax.