Ghost Rock (2004)

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A boy grows to manhood with revenge on his mind in this martial arts-influenced Western. When John Slaughter (Michael Worth) was a boy, his family was killed by a gang of bloodthirsty outlaws. Twenty years on, Slaughter has become a sure hand with a gun and has learned the mysteries of Asian martial arts. Slaughter tracks down one of the men who killed his parents but is unable to exact revenge upon them; however, he does discover that one of the outlaws. Jack Pickett (Gary Busey) is now the mayor of the town of Ghost Rock and is using his political power to rob his constituents for all their worth. Determined to seek a greater justice than mere personal revenge, Slaughter joins forces with a small band of do-gooders to end Pickett's stranglehold over the town once and for all. Ghost Rock also features supporting performances from Jeff Fahey, Adrienne Barbeau, and James Hong.
Rating: R (adult situations/language)
Genre: Action & Adventure , Drama , Western
Directed By: Dustin Rikert
Written By: Michael Worth
In Theaters: wide
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Cast

Gary Busey
as Jack Pickett
Michael Worth
as John Slaughter
Jeff Fahey
as Moses Logan
Adrienne Barbeau
as Mattie Baker
Craig Wasson
as Cherokee Bill
Jenya Lano
as Savanah Starr
John Laughlin
as Sheriff Clay
David Jean Thomas
as Kill'n Jim Jackson
Kyle Rikert
as Wyatt Thompson
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Audience Reviews for Ghost Rock

âGhost Rockâ� is certainly not bad if all one wants is mindless entertainment, but itâ(TM)s nothing to take home to mom. When you are making a western, and the setting is supposed to be a 19th century western town, make sure you shoot the movie far, far away from any main roads. In one scene, toward the end, a white car flies by in the background. I absolutely, positively, kid you not on this one.

Pete Skeris
Pete Skeris

Wow I cant believe this is such a underviewed movie . Jenya Lano was so endearing and typical Gary Busey as a psyco.

Adam Utz
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