The super-volcano in Yellowstone National Park is a lot of things. Yes, it's a volcano. It's a geological wonder. It's potentially an extinction level event. 16 years ago, it was also the star of a made-for-TV movie.
It's been over 25 years since we got our first taste of a Mortal Kombat live action movie. For a film based on a video game, the original 1995 film wasn't bad at all, at least by the time's special effects standards. There were a few over the top moments and some "campy", almost cheesy acting moments, but all in all, it was a decent movie...
You can't have the name Doc Holliday and not have a strong opinion about western movies. It's physically and spiritually not possible. I have a deep personal conviction that "Unforgiven" is the best movie about Wyoming. Change my mind.
Thanks to a new movie in production, we have a glimpse at a brand new movie location located practically in our backyard. It's the Yellowstone Film Ranch and it's made specifically for anyone making a western movie.