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REVIEW: Black Wood (2022) - Starring Tanajsia Slaughter & Glenn Morshower

Tanajsia Slaughter stars as Dowanhowee, a Native American woman, her family have been murdered and she is traveling through the American Old West. One day she comes across a small town, she is after a horse to ride to help her on her journey. She comes across the Dutch Wilder Gang who are on their own mission to find hidden gold. When Dowanhowee realises one of the gang members was behind her family's death, she takes revenge by shooting an arrow through his neck and then finishing the job. She then escapes towards the Black Wood Forest. The gang chase after her, capture her and then force her to guide them through the forest to what they hope will be a fortune of gold. Full Review at

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