Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
Tin Star Void is a difficult film to classify, as it blends elements of post-apocalyptic films, action films, westerns and science fiction. The story is set in a timeless Western town, complete with a saloon/whorehouse, where people drive around in 1950s roadsters. Hero Wade Holt (Daniel Chapman), a guitar slinging cowboy, sets out to avenge the death of his sheriff brother at the hands of local crime boss Hawk Loren Blackwell. Wade's quest for revenge gets him a long spell in prison, but after the U.S. economy collapses the jail is shut down and he's free to resume his mission. Director Tom Gniazdowski was the producer of Sid and Nancy.