About One-Eyed Horse
Hadley, Missouri, 1887. Justin Gatewood (Mark Redfield) has recently been released from prison for attempting to kill an old adversary, William Curry (Mike Hagan). Twenty-five years earlier, Gatewood and his brother were Confederate prisoners-of-war, and the death of Gatewood’s brother under the watch of (then) Union Officer Curry has consumed Gatewood and fueled his desire for revenge.
Free from jail, Gatewood discovers that Hadley and his world is changed, and that a “new order” of law and prosperity is now the battle cry of the people. His beautiful daughter, Helen (Jennifer Rouse) has grown his business into a thriving concern and she makes her father promise that he’ll forget his past vendetta. Curry has a successful business and willful daughter of his own (Kelly Potchak), and his main concern is for her safety, once it becomes known that Gatewood still wants him dead. As Justin Gatewood methodically hatches his plan for Curry’s utter destruction, the entire town is caught in the crossfire, but most tragically, so are the daughters of both men.
“An outstanding cast”
~The Baltimore Sun
“In the vein of Broken Trail with the shoot-em-up action of 3:10 To Yuma.”
~Independent Film Quarterly
- April 28, 2009 — James Rouse Theater: Columbia, MD
- March 5, 2009 — Fargo Film Festival: Fargo, ND
- Nov. 10, 2008 — Bryn Mawr Film Institute: Bryn Mawr, PA
- Oct. 3-9, 2008 — Diamond Cinemas: Hagerstown, MD
- July 23-24, 2008 — Westview Cinema: Baltimore, MD
- World Premiere: July 22, 2008 — Westview Cinema: Baltimore, MD