|Starring||Jack Nicholson, Cameron Mitchell|
|Supporting actors||Jack Nicholson, Katherine Squire, George Mitchell, Rupert Crosse, Harry Dean Stanton, John Hackett, Tom Filer, B.J. Merholz, Brandon Carroll, Peter Cannon, William A. Keller, Neil Summers, James Campbell, Walter Phelps, Charles Eastman, Gary Kent|
|Studio||Viacom Media Networks|
|MPAA rating||NR (Not Rated)|
|Captions and subtitles||English Details|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
What can I say about this movie.
The film is wonderfully odd, minimilist (not by choice), it was made on a low budget, but the minimilism adds to the often unsettling atmosphere.
After the robbery, the outlaws head for their hideout, and the survivors on the stagecoach head into town and get a vigilante posse together.
Very good acting as usual from this movie cast. Story line a little unjust, but entertaining. I would recommend viewing of this film by western lovers.Published 2 months ago by Sam the Man
Not one of Jack's best. Here are the extra words you requested...is this enough? No? Well,here's some more for you.Published 4 months ago by CWS52
Jack makes any movie better and this early release proves it. Good story with some seasoned actors and plot, script, camera work, location shots, and impressive dialogue. Read morePublished 5 months ago by crosscountryman
Really stupid story line! Deranged concept of how things could happen. Boring misunderstanding that is actually stupid mislead and entirely missed reality.Published 5 months ago by Alan Leiman
I think Jack Nicholson would want to forget he ever made this one. He wrote and directed it! He was too young to know.Published 5 months ago by pennamely
What can I say about this movie. It is one of the best Jack Nicholson movies I have ever seen. He doesn't look so spooky in this movie LOL. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Deaunna L. Newton
Interesting to see a really young Jack Nicholson, who apparently wrote the script. However, watching a lot of taciturn cowboys wasn't all that engrossing.Published 9 months ago by Stephen Hirasuna
RIDE IN THE WHIRLWIND was scripted and produced by Jack Nicholson (with an assist from Roger Corman). Read morePublished on September 1, 2009 by Annie Van Auken
In 1965, Monte Hellman and Jack Nicholson took $150,000 dollars out into the Utah desert and came back with two films, 'The Shooting' and 'Ride in the Whirlwind'. Read morePublished on April 4, 2009 by Bryan Byrd