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Too lame for today's standards.
I first saw this in the late 80s on a vhs. Revisited it recently.
It was rare to c a genre mix during those days n considering it was a horror western, it raised the curiosity but alas this film didn't get its due.
Child's Play which released around the same time took away its glory.
The film is about a cop who tracks a woman who is abducted by cowboy ghosts n gets transported to a town which no longer exist.
The make up of the lead ghost looked similar to Leprechaun's.
The film has too much of unexplained stuff like the origin of the lead ghost, the town people, enmity between Devlin n Harper, etc.....
The cinematography n the concept were good though.
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