Oregon Trail

Oregon Trail

Hoping to find a fortune in stolen gold bullion, railroad detective Sunset Carson (Sunset Carson) goes undercover as an outlaw to infiltrate the gang responsible, but winds up being hired as the sheriff of Gunsight by town founder George Layton (Frank Jaquet).

Escaping the law, Jim Parker arrives in a town that is controlled by Higgins and his crony Judge. When he stands up to Higgins he is made Sheriff only to be shot in the back, After ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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James K (ru) wrote: A fresh look at the vampire myth through the eyes of Romanians struggling to make the transition from communism to capitalism. By the end, you'll be wondering if it's about vampires after all. Well-acted, funny, and dreary, this film keeps your interest from beginning to end.

Genie K (gb) wrote: Watch it on instant netflix

Javier F (us) wrote: Te res, pero hasta ah. No se puede decir ms.

Emiliano R (ca) wrote: Burman, nuevamente nos brinda una historia bien neurtica que apunta a la reflexin y a la busqueda constante de una identidad tanto filial como cultural. Es muy lograda la construccin de ese espacio multicultural como lo es una galeria comercial en un barrio de Buenos Aires.

Clairin T (gb) wrote: A~ A~ A~ A~~~ perfect song.

Private U (jp) wrote: Murder, love, Rupaul, and humor. Nothing makes a better movie.

Asif K (nl) wrote: extremely funny Rom-com, love it.

Marc D (ru) wrote: Thought provoking. Unless you have actually lived thru this kind of horror, it is difficult, if not impossible, to imagine how you, or anyone else, would react under these circumstances. More often than not reactions by the characters in films like this seem . . . unlikely and Hollywoodish. This movie offers a realism and trueness not usually found in "typical" big screen releases.

maricela t (kr) wrote: I seen it and like the first ones better.

Hippie C (ru) wrote: The Movie its from like the 70's, but its soo cool!

Michael T (mx) wrote: In 1970 Dan Curtis adapted his cult-1960s Gothic" soap opera to the big screen in House of Dark Shadows. Only Shakesperean actor Jonahan Frid (playing the iconic vampire Barnabus Collins) and Joan Bennett (playing Collinswood manor and Collinsport matriarch Elizabeth Collins Stoddard) had been in the TV serial. Freed from TV censorship, Curtis ramped up the violence quotient a fair amount but compared to some other 1970s Horror films, its actually pretty tame. A relative from England who is the spitting image (and namesake) of a supposedly long dead ancestor shows up in Collinsport and visits his relatives in the gothic Collinswood mansion. Around this time a series of attacks on local women are carried out by what might be a vampire. Are the two events connected?The film is probably a good place for a Horror fan who missed the heyday of this cult TV show (1967-71). Unlike Star Trek, the serialized nature of this show and its talky Soap Opera plots make it somewhat inaccessible to Gen X or Gen Y viewers (or Booomers who missed it the first time around). Frind is very good as Barnabus. Unlike Christopher Lee's Dracula, Barnabus hates what he is and leaps at a chance to become human again (offered by Grayson Hall's Dr. Julia Hoffman). He is still a monster though; a monster who knows he is a monster. The problems lie in the pacing, Curtis was probably a better producer than a director. And he introduces too many characters into too short a film. Curtis does create a very creepy atmosphere; Collinsport looks menacing even during the day! The film was released on VHS back in the day but has been unavailable on DVD and Blu-Ray until recently (probably thanks to the Tim Burton adaptation). Worth a look if you a genre fan.

Westleigh Q (nl) wrote: A fascinating "what if" scenario much like Jim Carrey's Yes Man. Although, this was much more like a dramedy than a goofball comedy.

Haley P (mx) wrote: It's chillin. Bud-dy.

Brendon M (it) wrote: Bogdanovich at his most sentimental and hilarious. Powerhouse performances in a depression era screwball adventure.

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Peter F (es) wrote: Plenty of well thought-out scenes, but the overall plot is a little uninspired.