Friday, March 20, 2015

Cry Blood, Apache (1970)

An American western directed by Jack Starrett.
A man revisits locations and has flashbacks of what happened there. He was part of a gang that destroyed an indian village and left with the last remainiing woman. A man from the village was away and returns to find the destruction. He chases down the gang in an effort to exact his revenge.
This was actually not too bad. The plot was conveyed clearly and the characters were identifiable. The video was a little grainy and there were audio problems. The audio was muffled and out of synch as if it were dubbed badly. What made the biggest impression on me was the cruelty and violence depicted. The gang was completely sadistic in their treatment of the villagers and the revenging indian devised torturous methods to kill the white men. Overall, I would recommend this to those who are looking for on-screen violence. I rate it adequate.

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