One shootout scene, specifically, has an extraordinary looking minute in which a character is shot in the foot and the blood splatters upward along the door behind which he is standing. It’s a minute that is unquestionably reminiscent of the Leone movies, or even different tributes done by directors, for example, Quentin Tarantino.
It’s the harvest time of 1900. Claude “Sweet Tooth” Barbee (Meeks) and his group of bandits are making a trip the nation over to discover some money, after their starting robbery was messed up amid the getaway. However, while this heartless group makes a trip from town to town and leave their imprint, they have one issue. Not just is the law out searching for them; there is likewise another form of wickedness chasing them down and could be more effective than they ever anticipated.