Dangerous Looks, & Bad-Ass Lawmen | Hell on the Border

I interrupt your coffee break to bring you men in cowboy boots on horses in the wild west of the late 1800’s in Hell on the Border. Ron Perlman, Frank Grillo, & David Gyasi don their spurs and six guns to bring the story of Bass Reeves, legendary lawman, to life. With gunfights, horse chases, and dynamite this movie is just gonna explode onto the screen and keep the action moving.

Hell on the Border

Hell on the Border is based on the true life story of Bass Reeves. Written and directed by Wes Miller (River Runs Red, Atone), and starring Ron Perlman (Hellboy, Hand of God), Frank Grillo (Avengers: Endgame, Wheelman), Zahn McClarnon (Westworld, Queen of the South), David Gyasi (Intersteller, Annihilation), Randy Wayne (The Bay, Hellraiser: Judgement), Manu Intiraymi (J. Edgar, Hickok), Jacqueline Fleming (Red, The Quad), and Ashley Atwood (The Poison Rose, The Bronx Bull).

The first black Deputy U.S. Marshal west of the Mississippi River, Bass Reeves was a tough lawman who shot and killed 14 outlaws in self defense during his service. And Hell on the Border brings to life his time chasing down the bad guys. Releasing in the U.S. this December 13th, there is no word yet as to when it might appear for us in the UK. But it will likely be available for digital download within the year.

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Bass Reeves

One of the first Deputy U.S. Marshals of African Descent in the Wild West. With some dispute as to how he spent the war years, he worked as a guide through Indian Territory for U.S. Government Officials after the war had ended.

In 1875 he was commissioned as a Deputy Marshal by the Hanging Judge, Isaac Parker. With an area covering Oklahoma and Arkansas under his watch until he retired in 1907. He was responsible for the apprehension of over 3000 outlaws.

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