West Of Memphis (2013)

West Of Memphis

Summary: West Of Memphis examines how a complete failure of justice saw three innocent teenagers found guilty of murder. Detailing their fight to bring the truth to light long after the sentence was handed down, Berg’s film explores the inner workings of a decades-long investigation and how the appeals process revealed shocking and disturbing new information about a case that still haunts the American South.

Year: 2013

Australian Cinema Release Date: 14th February, 2013

Australian DVD Release Date: TBA

Country: United States

Director: Amy Berg

Screenwriter: Amy Berg, Billy McMillin

Cast: Michael Baden (himself), Jason Baldwin (himself), Holly Ballard (herself), Jamie Clark Ballard (himself), Jennifer Beardon (herself), Patrick Benca (himself), Steve Braga (himself), Karen Bruewer (herself), David Burnett (himself), Mark Byers (himself), Michael Carson (himself), Dennis Carter (himself), Joyce Cureton (herself), Lorris Davis (herself), Johnny Depp (himself), Vincent Di Maio (himself), Julie Ann Doan (herself (voice)), Stephanie Dollar (herself), John Douglas (himself), Jerry Driver (himself), Steve Drizin (himself), Damien Wayne Echols (himself), Scott Ellington (himself), John N. Fogelman (himself), Mildred French (herself), Sharon French (herself), Joseph Garner (himself), Rachael Geiser (herself), Gail Grinnell (herself), Martin Hill (himself), Cindy Hobbs (herself), Pam Hobbs (herself), Don Horgan (himself), Vicki Hutcheson (herself), David Jacoby (himself), Steve Jones (himself), Mike Ledford (himself), Mara Leveritt (herself), Robert Heath Meeks (himself), Jessie Misskelley (himself), Erin Moriarty (herself), Sheila Muse (herself), Laura Nirider (herself), Capi Peck (herself), Dennis Riordan (himself), Henry Rollins (himself), Judy Sadler (herself), Barry Scheck (himself), Carlos Seals (himself), Patti Smith (herself), Dan Stidham (himself), Eddie Vedder (himself)

Runtime: 147 mins


Dave Griffiths’s ‘West Of Memphis’ Review: Please check Dave’s review of ‘West Of Memphis’ that is available on the Helium Entertainment Channel.

Other Subculture Media Reviews of ‘West Of Memphis′: Check Episode #20 of our The Good The Bad The Ugly Podcast for a more in-depth review of ‘West Of Memphis’.

Rating: 5/5

IMDB Rating:West of Memphis (2012) on IMDb