Few eras in American history offer the intrigue, color and high drama of the 1800s. Despite so many open miles between towns and homesteads, it seems you could never know who you might encounter on a dusty trail. Such is the foundation of The Evil I've Seen, an Affection Films western depicting one fireside encounter set in Kansas during the Reconstruction.
According to Executive Producer and Actor Justin T. Bowler's film, it was a dark night in 1866 that a priest, gold-seeker, gambler and cattle driver crossed paths. As one can expect of that era, terrain and sociopolitical environment, things got a bit sketchy from there.
Learn more about this traditional western and how actions define heroes, above all else, by reading Nicholas Crawford's interview with Bowler in Roulez Magazine.