Watch: First Full Trailer for 'Bone Tomahawk' Featuring Kurt Russell
"You want to question my morals? Do it later." RLJ Entertainment has debuted the first official trailer for Bone Tomahawk, the "epic horror western" starring Kurt Russell that just premiered at Fantastic Fest this week. The film is about four men, played by Russell along with Patrick Wilson, Matthew Fox and Richard Jenkins, who set out into the Wild West to rescue a woman being held captive by cannibalistic cave dwelling troglodytes. Jeremy just reviewed it, calling it a "whopping epic with plenty of brutal genre elements to keep horror fans happy". I wasn't really into this trailer until that final shot - damn! Have at it.
Here's the first full trailer for S. Craig Zahler's Bone Tomahawk, originally via EW.com:
Kurt Russell stars in this character driven and at times horrific Western about a group of men (including Patrick Wilson, Matthew Fox and Richard Jenkins) who set out to rescue a local woman and a young deputy who’ve been kidnapped by a tribe of cannibalistic troglodytes. Bone Tomahawk is both written and directed by American filmmaker S. Craig Zahler, making his feature directing debut. The film premiered at Fantastic Fest (Jeremy's review) and the London Film Festival. RLJ Entertainment will release Zahler's Bone Tomahawk in select theaters + VOD starting on October 23rd later this month. How does that look?
Reader Feedback - 8 Comments
Woah that poster is too good. This movie looks great.
DAVIDPD on Oct 2, 2015
Umm...did they just show the entire film in the trailer?! Ugh come on!
SkyNet300 on Oct 2, 2015
unless films are now 2 minutes long, I'd say no.
dan on Oct 3, 2015
Trailer gives away too much. Poster is the best I've seen in years. The movie looks amazing. Love seeing Kurt Russell being a western badass!
Melanie Parker on Oct 2, 2015
Now, that is rewriting western. It was something worse than what people usually think. And agree with others: good poster and good seeing Kurt Russel in this ...
shiboleth on Oct 3, 2015
Hats off to the poster designer, looks like it took longer than the usual 15 minutes spent on a normal movies poster. It's really quite beautiful.
Carpola on Oct 4, 2015
Wow, I need that poster on my wall.
Lar Rackell on Oct 4, 2015
I'll bet this movie would be even cooler in black and white...looks pretty frigging intense.
RAW_D on Oct 5, 2015
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