One of Clint Eastwood's finest directorial efforts is THE OUTLAW JOSEY WALES (1976), in which he plays a Missouri farmer who becomes a Confederate raider after the slaughter of his family by Yankee marauders. At war's end he treks south, leaving a trail of dead bounty hunters behind him.
This unlikely sequel, directed by and starring Michael Parks, picks up Josey's story a short time later, with Josey (Parks) trying to live in peace in southern Texas. When two of his friends are murdered and another taken off by Mexican Rurales (rural police), Josey heads down to Mexico with a
couple of his amigos to get back his friend and take vengeance. No one makes movies like ...