Thursday, December 5, 2013

Shadow On The Mesa review

Disclaimer:  I was given products in this post for the purpose of review.  I was not paid in anyway to write this review.  All opinions are my own.

Shadow On The Mesa review


 Witness the gripping story of revenge and the power of family when Hallmark Movie Channel original, Shadow On The Mesa, debuts on DVD December 17 from Cinedigm and Sonar Entertainment.  Starring Kevin Sorbo (“Hercules: The Legendary Journeys”), Greg Evigan (“Touched By An Angel”), Gail O’Grady (“NYPD Blue”), Meredith Baxter (“Family Ties”) and Wes Brown (“True Blood”), Shadow On TheMesa broke Hallmark Movie Channel ratings records to become the second highest-rated and second most watched original movie premiere ever among households and total viewers.

When Wes Rawlins (Wes Brown), one of the West’s most proficient bounty hunters, decides to avenge his mother’s death, he sets his sights on his estranged father, Ray Eastman (Kevin Sorbo). When he tracks Eastman down, he ends up becoming embroiled in a battle over his homestead and finds himself drawing closer to the father he never knew.


My review:
One thing you can count on when going to my pappy's house is a cowboy movie being on TV.  Some days I think his tv got stuck on that channel!  In all seriousness he loves them.  Something about the Ole West :)
I'm sure you know growing up I spent a lot of time with him, so by default I too love a good western.  I always thought that only the oldies were goodies, with a rare newbie making a good impression.
When I was getting ready to watch Shadow On The Mesa my grandfather warned me it better be good or he was breaking that DVD....  If you knew my grandfather you would know that he means it lol
It was amazing!  If a "newbie" western can catch and keep my grandfathers attention you know its good!  Oh and yes the DVD is still in one piece :).
The story line was mesmerizing and had you on the edge of your seat waiting to see what was going to happen.  We couldn't turn away.  The acting was amazing I can safely say this is a must watch movie for all Western lovers :)!

If you wish to learn or pre-order please see my link below

Remember it wont be available until the 17th

21 comments:

  1. sounds pretty interesting and like something my dad would like! Might have to get it to watch with him next time we go in for a visit.

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  2. The Grandpa test is a tough one to pass...will have to check it out for Papa.

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  3. Sounds like something my family would love! Will def check it out!

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  4. I think my dad would really like this. He loves Westerns and still watches the really old TV shows from when I was a kid.

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  5. never heard of it but sound interesting,lokks like i would have to go check this one out

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  6. Very interesting.. My Dad Loves reading these kinda stuff.

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  7. My stepfather would love this type of book. He is all about the Wild West and cowboys. I will have to recommend this to him :)

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  8. Interesting movie, I'll watch this soon. thanks for the review

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  9. Cowboys are my favorite and can leave any thing to spend on a new movie with theme cowboys.

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  10. THis sounds like a pretty interesting movie! Thanks for sharing

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  11. This sounds really interesting! Is it on Amazon?

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  12. That sounds like a great show, I love Hallmark shows,

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  13. My mother in law loves Hallmark movies, I'll have to tell her about this.

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  14. I haven't watched a cowboy movie in a long time. Used to do it quite often with my grandpa but he's been gone a while now. Haven't seen Kevin Sorbo in a while. I used to watch Hercules and Xena a lot!

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  15. Your grandma sounds like my dad. I used to have Greg Evigan posters on my wall when I was a kid.

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  16. I love the Hallmark channel. I also love westerns. It should be a good movie.

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  17. Hi, everyone, SHADOW ON THE MESA won the prestigious WRANGLER AWARD given by the NATIONAL COWBOY & WESTERN HERITAGE MUSEUM in Oklahoma City.
    My novel, on which I based my screenplay for this movie, will be published later this year by Five Star Publishing in Waterville, Maine. The novel, of course, has the original story and more than one romance. I'm very proud of the work done by the actors, crew and Director David Cass, Sr. Thanks, Lee Martin, screenwriter

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