A Time to Revenge Release Date: 1997 Genre: Western Director: John Harwood Writer: Dale Gibson & Jon Harwood Starring: Paul Gleason After spending their first months in existence distributing the material they purchased from A-Pix, Ardustry Entertainment started to pick up whatever well-shot duds that they could find for cheap. A Time to Revenge, like […]

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A Time to Revenge
Release Date: 1997
Genre: Western
Director: John Harwood
Writer: Dale Gibson & Jon Harwood
Starring: Paul Gleason

After spending their first months in existence distributing the material they purchased from A-Pix, Ardustry Entertainment started to pick up whatever well-shot duds that they could find for cheap. A Time to Revenge, like most made-for-video westerns, is just an extraordinarily weak effort that is extremely telling of why it took five years for the producers to find a sucker to distribute it.

Apparently there are two versions of this film out there; R-rated and unrated. Having seen the R-rated version, I’m a tad bit confused as to what could be actually included on the unrated. It is a standard, boring, and bland modern day western that is unsuccessful at everything that it tries to accomplish.

The only good part of this film is Paul Gleason (Principal Vernon in The Breakfast Club), who plays the selfish antagonist trying to kick families off their farmland. And that line summed up the film. There’s boring discussion, people riding horses, and the occasional machine gun. There’s just nothing here of note.
Bad, bad, bad.

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