The Prospector’s Curse (2012)

Posted: April 2, 2013 in Movie Review
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A little over a year ago, I posted a press release for The Prospector’s Curse Well, I was just able to view the final product and am happy to say this is a winner!

The Prospector’s Curse pays is an homage to both the Spaghetti West and classic ghost stories and throws in a good dose of comedy as well.  There was an unmistakable Evil Dead influence with the Prospector, both in the way he looked and the way he moved, which isn’t a bad thing at all, it was one of my favorite parts!

Perhaps the most exciting news is that Director Josh Heisie is aiming to make this a part of an anthology that visits different B movie genres such as a “Film Noir thriller, a 1950s style Creature Feature and a psychedelic slasher flick.” Very cool idea indeed!

If you get a chance to take a peek at The Prospector’s Curse, make sure and take it, it’s well worth the 15 minutes.

 

 

Theodore “Tubby” Ellsworth and Jack Smith are two criminals on the run, lost in the untamed wilderness. When they stumble across a mutilated prospector, dying on Indian ground, they promise to give him a Christian burial.  The fugitives break their oath and steal the old man’s gold…but that night, the Prospector’s corpse returns to make them pay!

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