Tanner Beard, the director, started this as an ambitious project but somehow managed to dilute this take on the allegedly true story so much, that became insignificant. There is a good Western hidden somewhere but not many people would bother because there is so many other useless things going around which grab your attention and waste time going nowhere. Beard, the writer, spent more time developing characters which are disappearing around the story than building a story itself. Beard, the actor (stars as Irish never-do-well James McKinnon) never shows why would we accept him and follow him - while the bunch of other classic spaghetti Western-style group of antiheroes, men who normally would have nothing to do with one another but who are thrust together by circumstances beyond their control - are all doing their own thing. I could not fault the acting under circumstances, especially in the last part when finally picks up the pace, but by then it's too late.
Uninspiring and without strength and conviction!