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Left For Dead (2007)

2.3 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

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The west goes gruesome in this gunslinging terror ride into the town of Amnesty. The small town is a shattered shell of a place, empty of all life except Mobius, a vengeful killer who cuts down anyone unfortunate to cross his path. But Clem is coming to t

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  • Actors: María Alche, Soledad Arocena, Andres Bagg, Janet Bar, Javier De la Vega
  • Directors: Albert Pyun
  • Writers: Chad Leslie
  • Producers: Benjamin Thomas Cowley, Cynthia Curnan, Gary Schmoeller, Hernán Findling, Kamel Krifa
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    R
    Restricted
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: March 4, 2008
  • Run Time: 87 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00116W26W
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #170,441 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Left For Dead (2007)" on IMDb

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By B. R. Tilley on October 3, 2010
Format: DVD
The marketing guys got me again with the box art. Drew me right in. Hot chicks in a bloody western with a touch of the occult? I'm there. Plus the director won the award for the Best Director at the Estepona Horror and Fantasy Film Festival. Where is Estepona anyway? I have know a guy named Estepona, maybe the festival was in his family room. Oh! I forgot the movie, well I struggled to make it through, but in the end I turned it off and went to bed. A totally incoherent plot, a director whose never heard of storyboarding, and cinematographer in love with his cool digital toys, freeze frames to the point where I thought the DVD locked up, herky jerky camera work, not much in the way of gore. Take "Manos Hands of Fate" and try to spruce it up with the visual elements of "Natural Born Killers" and place it in the $3 bin at Big Lots and you have a formula for excess.
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I work in the marketing field, but even I was lured in. This film somehow attracted three small festival awards, according to the DVD packaging, which is slick and attractive. The back cover's plot synopsis reads well, too. There's even a quote from some faux reviewer who believes this film to be a blend of Saw and a spaghetti western. No, no, NO. Nearly every aspect of this film conspires to put the viewer to sleep. I fell asleep three times, something I've never ever done during a movie before. To begin, the credits last for over five minutes?! And then there are the freeze frames. It's as if the director just learned a new trick. If you took all the freeze frames out, this movie would be half as long. The plot, the dialogue, the characters and the action sequences are all painful and improbable. There are no great shoot-outs, no crisp repartee, no characters to identify with, and no reason to suspend disbelief. This is just one long, lousy movie. The lead actress is hot, no doubt, and the cinematography has a richly saturated sheen to it, but what's the point? This movie should have been left for dead, but somehow got released anyway. Avoid it at all costs.
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This movie was great it depends on your taste in movies I realy enjoyed this movie ,the movie it self is like a ghost story love story and drama it has all 3 elements and I realy enjoyed the story line
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Basically, it stunk. The DVD cover made it look like it might be really good. But I had a hard time making it to the end, and felt tempted many times to hit the "Stop" button and almost fell asleep during some of the slow moronic scenes. It came off not like a movie, but more like a bad horror music video, but without the music and loaded with incoherent freeze-frame scenes. Makers of "Thriller" need not worry.

Now what made me watch it then, aside from the DVD cover? Well, Victoria Maurette is hot. I kinda liked the final tag line, something like "Vengence will exist until there is no reason for it anymore", as Maurette shoots dead the "can't die" bad guy ghost vengence-killer, after he kills off all the evil prostitutes.

There was a kernel of an idea for a story in there somwhere but it got mangled up and trashed in all that junk of a movie.
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While it doesn't surprise me that awful movies like this get made (I guess high school kids need hobbies too), it does amaze me that they somehow get distributed. Having never made a movie myself, I now take great comfort in knowing that if I ever decide to take up movie making as a hobby, ANYBODY can now make one. Thank God for NetFlix! I would have been REALLY peeved if I had purchased this turd and wasn't able to get my money back. I mean it looked interesting enough as a Western/horror movie, but the DVD cover is the most exciting thing about "Left for Dead". The style of this movie is unlike anything I've ever seen, and that's not a good thing. The filmmaker thought it might be a neat idea to insert a freeze frame at the end of the scenes...every scene. I don't know if this was done for dramatic effect or to make the movie last longer. If you remove all of the freeze frames, you could probably whittle this mess down to a solid 45 minutes.

In all fairness, I only made it about 50 minutes into the movie, so the rest of the film might very well be brilliant, but I'll never know. All I know is that an hour of my life is now gone, and so one star is far too kind.

Oh yeah, the story. A bunch of European looking prostitutes in an old Mexican mining town freak out and kill everybody (pre-movie storyline). The town preacher sells his soul in the hope of one day having revenge on the evil prostitutes. Yup. I guess the fact that the crazy prostitutes aren't a bunch of naked hotties is uncharacteristic for a movie like this. This movie (or at least the first 50 agonizing minutes) had no nudity, which is fine because the last thing I want to see is a bunch of naked sea-hags running around.
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At least it is not as bad as the many other reviews here on Amazon. The one main problem with this film, IS the many constant freeze-frame shots. They do become a head ache after awhile, and are over done and over used. As for the acting, well it is something to be desired... but I've seen worse. The FX's are somewhat low budget, but passable. The biggest problem, beside the constant freeze frame shots... was the scene with the dead impaled baby... pretty gruesome!

In the short, this is not a bad movie... it is not a great movie... it is a decent film. It could have been a awesome movie with different actors and director... but, what do you want from a b-movie? Citizen Kane?
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