Bone Tomahawk's Troglodytes - Horrifying Cannibalistic Body Altered Tribal Clans - Explored
Writer and director S. Craig Zahler created this fiercely Western and visually horrific film in 2015, but the film didn’t get as much commercial and critical appreciation as it truly deserved. In the process of compiling content based on some of the greatest Western Horrors for another video of ours, we came across this masterpiece of a film and had then decided to dive deep into this classic that needs to be hunted with goodwill and watched. With its indulging and gripping cinematic character, an ensemble of great actors, the film feels enjoyable yet haunting. Apart from the obvious attraction of the film, i.e., the Troglodytes, the film packs a group of skilled stars in the form of Kurt Russell’s heroic town sheriff, Richard Jenkin’s loveable yet bumbling backup deputy Chicory, Mathew Brooder’s gun-slinging and trigger happy Brooder, and equally important was Patrick Wilson’s crippled loving husband, Arthur O’Dwyer. There’s blind and completely amputated pregnant women, but there’s also a loving couple that can sacrifice anything for their better half. There’s a man who gets scalped and bisected alive, but there’s also a warm relationship between a sheriff and his backup deputy. In short, the dynamics in this film is vast to say the least. Bone Tomahawk revolves around a sheriff and a loving husband, both of whom have a responsibility. They have got no other choice than looking out for deputy sheriff and Mrs. Samantha O’Dwyer, respectively, as they’ve been abducted by a group of cannibalistic savage Indians who have no name, no language, and no qualms for being brutal. Set at the dusk of the 19th century between the borders of New Mexico and Texas, this film is an essential watch for every horror fan but serves as an equally great piece of entertainment for the regular movie buff. So, let us cut to the chase, shall we?
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