2017, R, 90 min. Directed by Richard Gabai. Starring Jackson Rathbone, Stephen Lang, Jamie-Lynn Sigler.

Not reviewed at press time. A U.S. Marshal seeking to avenge his brother's death runs afoul of a corrupt mayor in the years following the Civil War.

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