Prairie Fever

Theatrical Release: March 29, 2008
DVD Release: June 3, 2008
Prairie Fever


The Western trail can be a risky one, but for one destitute lawman, it’s road to redemption. For three troubled women, it’s journey toward hope. And for one female lawman, it’s as good a place as any to keep running. In Clearwater, Preston Biggs was once the law. That was before his wife died and grief drove him to the bottle. Along the treacherous prairie plains, Olivia is a beautiful sharp, armed, desperate woman on the run from her vengeful partner, Monte. Join this unusual band of outcasts fighting for their lives in “Prairie Fever, a story of redemptive love, gripping adventure and the rousing pioneer spirit.

Dove Review

This western is about law and order in the midwest where gunslingers try to take the law into their own hands. A has-been sheriff, whose wife was killed by a outlaw, is hired to take three mail-order brides to a train station in Carson City. He likes alcohol and has a hard time doing the job he was hired for. He struggles to get them to Carson City. This movie shows that with a little kindness people will respond. We award this action-packed film our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal.

Content Description

Sex: Romantic kissing.
Language: H-5;D-5
Violence: Gun shooting resulting in death of five, three of them bad guys; face slapping; choking, punching each other.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None


Company: Genius Products, Inc
Writer: Steven h. Berman
Director: Stephen Bridgewater; David S. Cass Sr.
Producer: RHI Entertainment; Lincoln Langeson
Genre: Western
Runtime: 80 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Kevin Sorbo; Lance Henriksen; Jamie Anne Allman
Reviewer: Judy Horan