|release date||March 4 2008|
|starring||Victoria Maurette, Mariana Seligmann, María Alche, Andres Bagg|
SynopsisA unique action horror film set in turn of the century Mexico. “Saw” meets the spaghetti western in this heart thumping, adrenalin pumping joy ride. Genre auteur Albert Pyun (“Mean Guns”, “Nemesis”, “Cyborg”) teams with producer Michael Najjar to create the second film in his high-octane mayhem trilogy, which began with his cult classic, “Mean Guns.” In “Mean Guns: Left For Dead” a desperate criminal and deadly posse find themselves trapped in the ghost town of Amnesty by a vengeful demon. Oh, yes…the Mayhem is very good.
Much-maligned director Albert Pyun has been making films for what seems like forever, although forever is actually 1982 (The Sword and The Sorcerer). Many of his movies are universally loathed, but several of his films (Nemesis, Arcade, Mean Guns) have been the subject of cultish adulation, and I believe he is the only filmmaker to have directed both Jean Claude Van-Damme (Cyborg, 1989) and Steven Seagal (Ticker, 2001), which is quite an accomplishment when you really stop and think about it. …Read More