Marco Leonardi, Michael
Parks, Rebecca Gayheart, Ara Celi
& Review: In the true spirit of a
trillogy comes From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangmans Daughter. Sometimes the
best place to start is at the begining. Set in the old west, an outlaw ( Marco
Leonardi) has just been saved from the clutches of the wicked hangman. While
escaping, the outlaw kidnaps the hangmans daughter (thus the clever title).
With the Hangmans daughter as prisoner, the
outlaw and his posse head off, they hijack a stagecoach, and they try to hide
from the Hangman's search parties who is now hunting them.
In an attempt to avoid capture, the outlaw
and his prisoner/girlfriend (who has a little secret) go to a tavern in the
middle of nowhere. Filled with theives, vagabonds, travelers, a preacher and
his wife, this place seems like the perfect place to hide for the night. That
is if they can last the night. Lone behold this is no ordinary bar, but the
place that will become the famous Titty Tister in the future.
Once night falls the shit hits the fan so to
speak, and our fun begins.
Can the outlaw and the hangman co-operate
make it through the night? Seesh, all this over the hangmans daughter, is it
really worth it. This film is much better than the second installment of the
series. A good ol' western story, filled with guns, horses, women and
vampires. Ya gotta love the old west.