Last Shoot Out

WSR Score2.5
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Lionsgate Home Entertainment
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Violence and bloody images
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Michael Feifer
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"Last Shoot Out" is a gritty, intense Western saga of love, betrayal, and revenge. After newlywed Jocelyn learns that her husband Jody (Michael Welch) had her father shot down, she flees from the Callahan ranch in fear. She's rescued by gunman Billy Tyson, who safeguards her at a remote outpost as he staves off Jody's attempts to reclaim his bride. As the angry Callahans keep Billy, Jocelyn, and others captive at the outpost, an explosive showdown is inevitable. (Gary Reber

Special features include the trailer and a digital code/

The 1080p AVC picture, reviewed on a Sony Bravia
Z9D 4K Ultra HD HDR display, upconverted to 2160p
with greater resolution and luminance, was
photographed digitally and sourced from a 2K
master Digital Intermediate format. The picture exhibits a digital quality in a Western setting of generally bright daylight scenes, The color palette is a bit over saturated with vivid hues that pop. The Western terrain appears vivid as well, with browns and dark greens dominant colors. A moonlit night is one of the setting for.the interior scenes of the outpost, which is vividly presented as well. Flesh tones are rendered naturally, Contrast is excellent with deep blacks and dark hues, revealing shadow delineation and the rough textures of the outpost structure and the landscape. Resolution is revealing of fine details in facial features, clothing, guns, horses, saddles, and object textures.
This is a low budget production but the imagery is
captivating. (Gary Reber)

The DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1-channel soundtrack is weighted with an aggressive ADR or close-miked dialogue track. Dialogue is ineligible throughout but is wanting in spatial integration. Atmospherics are generally realistic. Sound effects such as gunfire are powerful as well as the gallop of horses. The Western-flavored orchestral score is rather constant with a wide soundstage and aggressive surround envelopment. The music also delivers some solid bass drum extension. Overall, this is a soundtrack that is unbalanced with various elements over leveled. (Gary Reber)