After a 4 state murder/rape spree, the Wilder Brothers head back to Texas for trial, under Paladin's gun. The slimy pair assure Paladin they have plenty of relatives stationed along the way...
See full summary »
From the Twitch Live Stage at New York Comic Con 2017, IMDb LIVE host Kevin Smith talks to Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada about the development of the Marvel franchise, his history at Comic Con and more.
After a 4 state murder/rape spree, the Wilder Brothers head back to Texas for trial, under Paladin's gun. The slimy pair assure Paladin they have plenty of relatives stationed along the way from Dakota Territory, who'll be delighted to pick off the man in black, because he kills for money, Wilders just kill for fun. Written by
Looks like another variation on the popular 3:10 to Yuma plot line. Paladin has to get killer Wilder (Griffith) on a train back to Texas. Trouble is Wilder has a big family aiming to stop the man in black. And one of the characters in the train station belongs to the family. But which one.
Good suspenseful premise with a cleverly staged surprise. Actor Griffiths, however, doesn't generate much menace, while the suspects themselves are not very vividly drawn. Nonetheless, having a black man (Hairston) among them really is a departure for the time. One thing about the series' successactor Boone is so good at being "don't mess with me" authoritative. And that key trait is used here to good effect
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?