Bone Tomahawk Synopsis
When a group of cannibal savages kidnaps settlers from the small town of Bright Hope, an unlikely team of gunslingers, led by Sheriff Franklin Hunt, sets out to bring them home.
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Movie Reviews

Slow But Good

By gbryan707
Slow at first. . . exhausting to watch a man with a broken leg hobble across the desert Richard Jennings is great comic relief. Then there's a truley horrific sceen. . . wow. Kurt Russell is...

Just Plain old bad

By johnfarmer55
Boring, dull to point it hurt. Extremely long boring movie about 4 guys riding horses then walking. Last 20 min had some action they plugged from a horror story that was gross. I wouldn't watch again...

Worst Movie since 1949

By acarzola517
This is easily the worst movie ever made. It is as if they made a committed effort to make a very bad movie and they accomplished there goal!!! Wow!!!! 2 hours of my life that I will never get...

Bone Tomahawk

By madeleinehedrick
Loved the film! It was querky, scary, funny and classic. There was one slow moment that I wanted to check my watch but it did not last. Great job!...

bad bad bab bad bad bad

By cokenoice
Long periods of boring sections filled with inane dialog spoken by characters making stupid choices until the end of the movie when it switches to long periods of boring inane dialog spoken by...

A superb, classic Western

By Will_Dearborn
Beautifully drawn characters, exceptional performances (Russell and Jenkins are in top form here), surprisingly funny and touching, and, when things take a nasty turn in the film's last act,...

Awesome Western.

By dkallechey
Kurt Russell was great. The cannibals were freaking evil....


By rkbrown24
There are no words to prepare you for the harsh lives and gore that these cowboys have to endure....

Worst movie of 2015

By roncfp
Slow, horrible dialogue, horrible story, horrible acting...... just horrible....


By yhbrandon

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Rated NR
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Unusual Western has torture and extreme gore.
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