horror/westerns

In the past, filmmakers who have set their horror projects within the rough and tumble confines of the old West haven't had much success, both critically and financially. An excellent example of such limp-wristed cinematic goofiness is Richard Governor's grossly uneven 1988 genre actioner “Ghost Town,” a film that narrowly misses the proverbial mark despite a solid turn from late character actor Jimmie F. Skaggs.