The story deals with the characters Pistolero, the Gent and Comanche and the deadly, unfinished business among them.
Larry Bishop (born November 30, 1948) is an American actor, screenwriter and movie director. He is the son of Sylvia Ruzga and comedian Joey Bishop.He has been featured in many Hollywood movies.Including Hell Ride
His television credits include writing for (and appearances on) The Hollywood Palace (with then-partner Rob Reiner), and appearances on I Dream of Jeannie, Love, American Style, Laverne and Shirley and Kung Fu.
His movie credits include roles in Kill Bill: Vol. 2, The Big Fix, The Savage Seven, and as the hook-handed musician Abraham “The Hook” Salteen in Wild in the Streets. He wrote, directed and appeared in Mad Dog Time in 1996, reuniting him with Streets costar Christopher Jones. His most recent movies are 2008’s Hell Ride, in collaboration with Quentin Tarantino, and 2010’s Forgotten Pills.
Bishop attended Beverly Hills High School. His fellow alumni Reiner and Richard Dreyfuss appear with him in Mad Dog Time, as does Joey Bishop. —Wikipedia read more
A movie that, to understand the deep, you must have lived in this world. It makes me hot and breaks my heart. Brotherhood of these guys. Money and power on their other side. Bishop, thank you for making me relive this reality once so simply amazing! But so sad now here. P.S.: I really like Bishop in the ''boots'' of Pistolero but I prefer The Gent and... Maybe Comanche... In 15 years! Now guys, you know my type!
To be fair, i only watched this film because of the Tarantino connection and the features of Madsen and Carradine not knowing Vinnie Jones was also around. The film on the whole is pretty poor with a lacklustre plot which drains on for a mere 80 minutes. Larry Bishop writes, directs and stars as the protagonist, giving a woeful performance.. The backdrop is great and this is the only reason this is watchable. 3/10