Purgatory was a TNT movie in 1999
This supernatural made-for-cable western movie starred Sam Shepherd as the town sheriff who maintains the peace in the frontier town of Refuge without the aid of a gun. When a gang of outlaws and their cruel leader Blackjack (Eric Roberts) stumble upon the quaint town of Refuge, they feel they are in control until the group's youngest member recognizes the sheriff as Wild Bill Hickok and the town doctor (Randy Quaid) as Doc Holiday. Trouble is, they're both dead. The rowdy criminals soon discover they have been traveling a spiritual crossroads for gunfighters and find themselves in the mythical land known as Purgatory.
Rather fun movie I thought. Have it on DVD and have been known to watch it again a couple of times. Some of the leads in it I have seen doing small parts in other films. Very well made film.
A couple from my 'Yoot'...
Valley of the Gwangi and Mighty Joe Young come to mind.
Afew days ago I rented the dvd of The Dead and the Damned,a rather amateurish low budget cowboy/zombie film.Some of the acting is just o.k. while some is painful.The old west town featured lots of plywood and the makeup and special effects were also low budget.Basically an alien meteorite infects all the miners and townspeople and they become mindless rotting flesh eaters(like many of our politicians).We have a bounty hunter trying to get his man,a cliched indian character while they try to avoid getting killed.Still,it has a couple of genuinely chilling moments and despite it's over the top cheesiness I'd recommend it in the so bad it's good category!