Westerns haven’t been hot to Hollywood makers for quite a while, yet a brave gathering of producers is attempting to change that. What’s more, they got Eric Roberts to play the villain. Six Gun SaviorSix Gun Savior, coordinated by Kirk Murray and composed by Frank Zanca, reviewed to a group of people of cast, team and media on August 4 at Westwood’s noteworthy Crest Theater. The film is a sort concoction, joining the vibe of a 1960s western with evil spirits and the fallen angel. Celebrity main street photographs are toward the end of this article.
The hero is Lane McCrae, played by Kaleo Griffith (Dark Room Theater, Reggie’s Family and Friends), who offers his spirit to the fiend (Eric Roberts, The Dark Knight, Expendables, Suits), so as to spare his sibling’s life. Consequently, he turns into an abundance seeker for the fallen angel. He should chase down rebel evil presences while he directs a quest for his sibling’s executioner, played by Grant Dillion (Asleep with the Angels, Neo Ned). His life gets more confused when the Devil betrays him and returns his sibling (Adam LeClair, Followed, Stranger in the Doorway) as an evil presence.