Written and directed by first-time filmmaker Wayne Coe, this hip, modestly budgeted horror compendium is grounded in the culture and imagery of the Old West. Farley (Brad Dourif), a mild-mannered city fella, is heading east across the frontier to visit his wife. One cold and lonely
night, his campsite is invaded by Morrison (James Earl Jones), a wild mountain man with a corpse slung over his pack horse. Initially antagonistic, the two men slowly develop a rapport as they tell each other stories to pass the time. Morrison relates the tale of a man (Will Hare) who desecrates
an Indian burial ground, only to find himself interred alive by a tribe of phantoms. When Far...