Even with the always outstanding work from Max Grand (hard as always), this four-scene feature falls flat. The scenes seem a little too rushed for comfort. The opener with Matt Windsor and Tanner Reeves is okay at best, while the second entry with Chance Caldwell is just plain odd. It never goes anywhere and is over before viewers can say, "cut!" (and they'll want to). Thank heaven for scene three, a solid entry with Grand and Hawk (viewers will remember him as Hawk, not Hank) McAllistar. Unfortunately, scene four gets back to the choppy, edit-induced formula that helps drag this feature down.