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Voodoo Cowboys (2010) Review

If you’re looking for a film that’s equal parts creepy and funny, then you’ll want to check out Voodoo Cowboys. This 2010 independent film follows the misadventures of a group of hapless friends who find themselves in the middle of a voodoo curse.

While the acting is sometimes campy and the effects are low-budget, there’s still a lot to enjoy about Voodoo Cowboys. The film’s clever use of humor and suspense makes it an enjoyable watch from beginning to end. Plus, it’s always fun to see a group of friends try to outwit a voodoo priestess.

Overall, Voodoo Cowboys is a fun and entertaining film that’s perfect for a rainy day or a night in with friends. So pour yourself a glass of wine, curl up on the couch, and enjoy this unique horror comedy.


In the early 1800s, a group of brave cowboys sets out to tame the Wild West. They quickly learn that the land is full of dangers, including hostile Native Americans and deadly outlaws. But the biggest threat of all is the dark force known as the Voodoo Cowboys. These cowboys are led by a powerful shaman who uses black magic to control the minds of his followers. The cowboys must use all their skills to survive the dangers of the West and stop the Voodoo Cowboys from taking over the land.

Movie Details

Director: Sean-Michael Argo
Writers: Sean-Michael ArgoJeré M. Liles(screenwriter)
Stars: Jessica AngelicaIan ArgoSean-Michael Argo