Can't wait for The Hateful Eight and Bone Tomahawk? Then we have the perfect movie for you to pass the time while you wait for these two Westerns to arrive in theaters later this year. The Timber makes it's debut on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD today, October 6th. We have an exciting, action-packed clip from this adventure. The film is directed by Anthony O'Brien and stars Josh Peck and James Ransone.

Set against the harsh backdrop of the 1898 Yukon, Josh Peck (Josh Peck) and James Ransone (James Ransone) are fighting to survive the harsh wintery landscape in this apocalyptic Western-thriller arriving from Well Go USA Entertainment. In the Wild West, two brothers embark on a journey to collect a bounty in a desperate attempt to save their home. But what they find along the way is more than they bargained for. The Timber also stars Elisa Lasowski, Mark Caven and David Bailie.

 Bonus material includes behind-the-scenes featurettes, interviews with the cast and director Commentary. Go on set with two featurettes exploring the creation of the "Gunfight" and "Nightmare" sequences. Josh Peck, Elisa Lasowski and Julian Glover offer their keen insight into the production. And learn everything you ever wanted to know about the making of The Timber from director Anthony O'Brien himself.

The Timber promises to be one of the most unique cinematic experiences of 2015. The story is set in 1898. We arrive in the Alaskan frontier. Two brothers, balanced on the knife's edge between foreclosure and salvation, head deep into the wilderness in an attempt to execute a warrant in hopes of saving their home. Torn from their family, they face harsh elements, crazed men, and death at every corner in pursuit of the outlaw, a twisted man who has turned the Yukon Territory into his own personal hell.

The Timber captures the mania, starvation, swindles, hardships, and dangers that were part of the late 19th century's historic rush for gold. This is a story of greed, betrayal, and redemption in a place where bloodshed was common and graves were carved in ice. And it will surely be a movie you don't want to miss. We have an exclusive clip, featuring both James Ransone and Josh Peck as they cut a path through a snowy hell only to be ambushed by two gunmen. It's any edge-of-your-seat moment that will only be continued in The Timber. Be sure to pick up your copy today! It's only 80 minutes long and not rated. So you know you're in for a quick gory ride that will reinstate your love of the Western. We also have another look at the exclusive trailer we ran back in August.

 

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