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Price Of Vengeance

Based on 3 vote(s)

Price Of Vengeance

Vengeance and bitterness can destroy you, inside and out. Is the price worth it? This (very) short western deals with just that.

Kevin Weston .... Marshal
Justin Orman .... Outlaw
Kyle Stevens .... Brother
Andrew Stevens .... Deputy Marshal

Brian Iorga .... Director / Camera Operator
Kyle Stevens .... Camera Operator / Editor
Andrew Stevens .... Camera Operator
Jimmy Iorga .... Camera Operator
Stephen Weston .... Location Scout / Gun Director

Runtime: 7:30

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Comment by Liz & Phil on 12/4/2006 @ 3:00:45 PM
We like it!! Cool sets and guns :) Kyle made the best dying guy :)

Comment by Andrew on 12/5/2006 @ 6:49:05 PM
Yeah, the sets were pretty good. We made the movie because of the sets. :)

The reason IMO that it looks better than a lot of our other movies is because of the widescreen, the sets and the new program we bought. All the hours of editing it had nothing to do with it I'm sure. ;)

Comment by Katie on 12/5/2006 @ 9:24:59 PM
Definitely more professional! Good job! The main thing I would suggest is to make the story longer and the plot more involved next time.

Comment by nelle on 12/6/2006 @ 2:15:57 PM
very slick indeed! Can't be a true Western until you get a girl in it though. :) more girls and horses! Maybe I'm just biased.

Comment by Jay on 12/7/2006 @ 2:38:37 PM
Looks great! Where exactly did you shoot?

Comment by Justin on 12/7/2006 @ 8:02:22 PM
El Paso Mountains...it's at the end of the credits if you make it that long...

Comment by Kyle on 12/14/2006 @ 12:08:09 PM
Liz & Phil: That "best dying guy" crack...in other words, I'm the best guy to die? ;)

Katie: Agreed about the plot and story. Whatever "plot" we had in PoV we created around the campfire after we had shot the openings scenes and wanted to know where to go from there.

Nelle: The lack of horses definitely cramps our style. Not that our style is very good, but I imagine horses would make it better. Plus, I can't think of anything much cooler than making a movie where I could ride horses, shoot guns and maybe even rope a little. ;) If anyone knows anyone that'd let us use their horses...

Comment by Becky Mae on 12/19/2006 @ 10:51:56 PM
Bravo to one and all. I think y'all should definitely go pro now. I think the camera-man did an especially good job.....congrats to whoever you are.

Comment by Rachelle on 12/22/2006 @ 10:09:47 AM
Wow! Awesome good job, guys. :) The scenery was especially great. :D

Comment by Missy on 1/2/2007 @ 1:53:59 PM
Definitely the most professional show yet! You really have some gorgeous country down there. Even with the tennis shoes I don't think it took anything away from the quality of the show, I didn't even notice them most of the time. You guys did an awesome job acting but I would have to agree that it can't be a true western until you get some girls in the picture. :D BTW the shack you used for your show looks just like my grandpa's cabin when we first moved to our place. Great job guys, keep it up!

Comment by Missy on 1/2/2007 @ 1:56:29 PM
Oh...and I love the accordion music at the front. :D

Comment by Kayla on 2/3/2007 @ 8:07:45 PM
This is my favorite of them all! I kinda favor westerns. You should use more of Elmer Bernstein's music. It's so awesome!

Comment by Justin on 2/3/2007 @ 8:38:31 PM
It was definitely our most professionally made...but the music...I dunno. Don'tcha think it was a little too 70's?

Comment by Kyle on 2/5/2007 @ 9:15:49 PM
Yep, Elmer Bernstein is a favorite of mine. He is the best western soundtrack composer that I've heard.

Comment by Kayla on 2/5/2007 @ 9:17:35 PM
Well . . . maybe, but I think he's really expressional. He did music for The Magnificent Seven and it put an intensity to it, just right for the action, and then he turns around and does the soft, light music, too. That's what I think makes a good music writer. He must be firm and exciting and yet his moods can't all be the same.

Comment by Kayla on 2/5/2007 @ 9:33:24 PM
By the way my last comment was referring to Justin's question. Yes, Kyle, I love his music! I kind of grew up with watching old westerns and Bernstein was right along with John Wayne and everyone else!

Comment by Thomases on 4/14/2007 @ 5:35:29 PM
Good moral. We have 2 horses in Kentucky :) you can use if you let us know ahead the date of the filming.

Comment by Stephen Casson on 8/12/2007 @ 9:43:15 PM
That was even better with the sound!!!

Comment by Kevin Weston on 8/16/2007 @ 9:54:52 AM
Good I am glad you got it with sounds and still liked it. :)

Comment by Joseph Xiques on 11/9/2008 @ 12:23:59 PM
What guns do you use? You have GREAT sound.
keep up the good work.
Make more.
Get "Professional"
Have fun
How DO you think of such good scripts?
I can't think of any.

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