Saving Shiloh – Filtered

Theatrical Release: May 12, 2006
DVD Release: August 22, 2006


A year after saving Shiloh from his former owner, Judd, (Marty Preston) finds feelings in the town are still against his neighbor, despite the fact Judd seems to be trying to mend his ways. Although he is still hunting, an activity Marty is firmly against, Judd no longer drives drunk or threatens to take Shiloh. For the first time, Marty feels truly safe with his dog. That all changes when Marty and his friend Samantha find an abandoned truck in the woods. At school the next day, rumors are flying. Apparently, the truck belonged to a man with whom Judd had a fight. Many believe Judd killed him. Marty is reluctant to buy into the rumors, but his friend, David, is anxious to prove Judd is guilty.As a continuation of the previous films, ‘Saving Shiloh’ is a strong conclusion to the story begun in the original Shiloh film.

Dove Review

This is a good family film. The town people think Judd is a trouble-maker after getting drunk a few too many times. There is a murder in the town and everyone points their fingers to Judd. Nobody knows the true Judd until he saves Shiloh from almost falling down the water fall. This movie teaches you not to judge someone on their past mistakes. Everyone changes. This movie was a bit slow and the acting was not the greatest but would be a good film for younger viewers and we approve it for all ages.

Content Description

Faith: None
Violence: Man gets punched, dog bites man, man throws dog.
Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: Man gets punched, dog bites man, man throws dog.
Drugs: Chewing tobacco, drinking shown.
Nudity: None
Other: None


Company: Warner Brothers
Writer: Dale Rosenbloom
Director: Sandy Tung
Producer: Carl Borack
Genre: Action
Runtime: 90 min.
Reviewer: Hannah Kortz