Synopsis: Outlaw Guerrero (Danny Trejo) saves his half-brother Red (Anthony Michael Hall) from execution and the pair lead their gang to a small mining town. Red betrays his brother and kills him. In Hell, Guerrero makes a deal with Satan (Mickey Rourke) to deliver six souls of his former gang in 24 hours to escape eternal damnation.
The Good: Danny Trejo is one of my favourite character actors. I mean, he's not that great of an actor by any means, but for looking as rough as he does, he's really charismatic. Rourke chews his scenes a bit, but it's still quite entertaining.
The Bad: The plot isn't original and the acting is B, at best.
The Ugly: I could make a joke about Trejo not being a pretty man, but I'm better than that, right? Honestly, this film isn't good by any stretch of the reality. If you're a fan of Trejo and bad westerns though, it's entertaining.
In Your Game:
The Devil's Riders
In a weird west game of Six-Shooters & Wagons, death doesn't have to be the end. If you don't want to go the Lingerin' Dead route, consider using the plot of this film. Characters that die can be make a deal with 'Ol Scratch to rejoin the realms of the living. However, this isn't just a get out of jail free card. They will be forced to hunt down other sinners and send them to Hell.