Watch Ghost Rock
- 1 hr 41 min
In Ghost Rock, we are taken back to the days of the Wild West where outlaw Jack Pickett (played by Michael Worth) returns to his former town of Ghost Rock after serving time in jail. He is welcomed by his brother Pete (played by Jeff Fahey) who is now the town's sheriff after their father was killed by the bandit Chaco (played by Gary Busey) who is still at large. Pete tries to convince Jack to give up his criminal ways and start anew but this is easier said than done when Chaco and his gang come to town to rob the bank. While attempting to stop the robbery, Pete is killed and Jack is left to pick up the pieces. Jack teams up with Constance (played by Adrienne Barbeau), a former flame of Pete's and a skilled gunslinger in her own right, to bring justice to Ghost Rock and take down Chaco and his gang. Along the way, they recruit a group of misfits with different skills to aid them in their quest. Throughout the film, we see the classic elements of a Wild West movie including gunfights, horseback riding, and dusty saloons. The characters are well-developed and the relationships between them are complex, adding depth to the story. Michael Worth delivers a great performance as the conflicted outlaw trying to find redemption. Jeff Fahey is also impressive as the honorable sheriff who meets an unfortunate end. Gary Busey is the perfect choice to play the ruthless bandit who is feared by all. The film's pacing is steady, with each scene building upon the previous one to create a gripping story with a satisfying conclusion. The action scenes are well choreographed and the cinematography captures the beauty of the Old West. One of the standout aspects of Ghost Rock is its soundtrack, composed by David Wurst. The blend of orchestral and Western-inspired music adds to the film's epic feel and elevates the emotional impact of the story. Overall, Ghost Rock is a well-made Western with a strong cast and an engaging plot. Fans of the genre will not be disappointed with this film.