Outlaws and Angels


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Outlaws and Angels
Release Date:
25th January 2016
120 min
MPAA Rating:
JT Mollner
JT Mollner
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A gang of cold-blooded outlaws narrowly escapes a blood-soaked bank robbery in a grimy frontier town. With a notorious bounty hunter hot on their trail, these nefarious criminals desperately need a place to hide out before night falls. Fate brings them to the home of the Tildons, a seemingly innocent family with two feisty daughters. As the men settle in, an impetuous game of cat and mouse plays out during the cold, black night. Come morning, nothing will ever be the same.


Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 28%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience 71%
IMDb Rating 5.5


Frances Fisher as Esther
Francesca Eastwood as Florence Tildon
Luke Wilson as Josiah
Teri Polo as Ada Tildon

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Gary 29th July, 2016

Good western

An excellent low budget western, shot in the style of your favourite 70's westerns. I can't believe some of the negative reviews. It is well acted, well shot with some great thoughtful moments and has a nice flowing style with a few twists and turns. I really enjoyed this film leading up to a great last half hour. It helps being a huge fan of westerns but I think some reviewers think the western starts and finishes with the Hateful Eight. This film deserves more than 5.4. If you are a fan of westerns check it out. If you are 16 years of age move on,, Can't wait to see more from this writer director.

Reviewed by aidonedoc 28th July, 2016

Unique, well acted, make your own mind up because its worth a watch

My first review because I damn near skipped it because of the reviews here which are senseless. No its not an epic... whole thing could be staged in a theater. And with not a lot of scenes at that. But the characters are strong, acting outstanding (only one passenger), set, location, costumes, context really well done. Plot was a bit of a departure... bit up and down but pushing the boat out and maybe that's what made it memorable. To compare it to Hateful8 is illiterate, think killer Joe meets the salvation, meets GoT...its really its own thing. Really liked this film. I think it could be a stayer and get a cult following in time.

Reviewed by Tony Heck ([email protected]) 25th July, 2016

The movie seemed to try way to hard to be like a toned down Hateful Eight but came off as more of a soap opera

"Where does it all begin. Violence, the gun, the knife, the axe. How's it born, how's it start?" Henry (Murray) and his gang of outlaws are on the run when the find a frontier house. They decide to hide out in there against the wishes of the family that lives in it. What starts off as a simple idea to hide soon expands into a dynamic that no one involved can explain or expect. There have been many many westerns that have come out in the last few years. Most of them awful, a few decent ones and then ones like this. One that isn't terrible and one that is worth seeing, but at the same time one that isn't all that memorable but it is watchable. The movie seemed to try way to hard to be like a toned down Hateful Eight but came off as more of a soap opera. There are some really good things in this and the twists are interesting and I do think it's worth seeing, but really only once. Overall, a movie that is entertaining as you watch it but a day or two after you won't remember half of it. I give this a C.

Reviewed by where2463 16th July, 2016


After reading the negative reviews here I nearly didn't watch this epic film. I am very pleased I did as I liked everything about this classic. Cinematography was beautiful, stylistic and creative. Dialogue was like a western homage but subtle. Sets and costume flawless. Lighting was a standout. Loved the evening scene with the chooks. The script has humour, romance, suspense, characters with depth and the themes and subtext work all the way to the end on many levels. Some of the scenes are confronting and there is gore. If you like Tarantino then this is sure to please. However I don't think comparisons are fair as this gem stands on it's own and works in more subtle and richer ways. A rewarding watch.

Reviewed by brockleyavenue 15th July, 2016

Let it Stand Alone

Personally, I was enthralled with this Western from the start and stayed that way. It delivers twists and turns that keep you planted to your chair, and after reading some of the reviews of others, I was surprised at the 'nic picking' that went on while comparing it with the 'Hateful Eight". This movie stands on its own, and if H8 hadn't of been out, then I feel the reviews would have been more favourable. I thought it was great...it certainly turned corners and ventured into areas that would/or may offend others, yet being a lover of good movies, this 'epic' kept me glued to the screen. It is certainly well worth the watch, so you can determine for yourself.