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Sean Patrick Flanery and Lew Temple Join Cast of SPIRIT RECKONING












Heart and Fire Productions and Spirit Reckoning LLC has attached iconic actor Sean Patrick Flanery of THE BOONDOCK SAINTS and Lew Temple from Rob Zombie’s THE DEVIL’S REJECTS to their upcoming film SPIRIT RECKONING. In this horror-western epic, Sean will play gunfighter Lawson Lovette whose psychotic tendencies and skills with a revolver make him the perfect candidate to aid our hero Sam Conley AKA The Skull Cowboy on his blood-soaked journey of revenge. While Lew Temple will play Ottis Clement who is just as crazed as Lawson, sparking an intense rivalry between the two men. Ottis causes chaos and anarchy in the Wild West alongside his brother Ed and leader of their posse Savage Bill. SPIRIT RECKONING will begin filming this year in both Colorado and California.

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