So, unlike Seed, this one really had nothing going for it but Jodelle – lord how I wish I weren’t such a loyal fan sometimes, lol. To make matters worse, she’s not even in this one much. In fact, the role calls even less upon her talents than The Messengers did (and that’s sayin’ somethin’). The big names wisely stayed away from this one and though the action moves to a more appealing, slicker Western time period than the first, complete with a score whose Ennio Morricone influence is so transparent it’s hilarious, it’s really just as (if it’s even possible, more) missable than the first. Nuff said.