Can bad people be rehabilitated, or are some people just inherently bad? Should a person follow his head or his heart? Young Marty Preston (Jason Dolley) wrestles with these issues when dealing with his surly neighbor Judd Travers (Scott Wilson): a man that the entire community distrusts and who once seriously abused Marty's dog Shiloh.
Etiquette requires that Marty be civil and even neighborly with Judd, but Shiloh refuses to even cross the bridge to Judd's property. When Judd has an automobile accident while driving drunk and then a dead body shows up in the woods, rumors run wild in town and Judd becomes the townsfolk's prime murder suspect.
Even while Marty and his friend launch their own private investigation of Judd, Marty considers whether Judd may have really changed for the better and his compassion for Judd's chained dogs leads him to offer to help set up a fence at Judd's place.
Judd and Marty become almost friendly with one another, but the results of the boys' investigation combined with a freak accident involving Marty's sister will ultimately test Marty's newfound faith in his neighbor to the extreme. Young audience members will find this sequel to Shiloh less disturbing than the original thanks to a toning down of both Judd's attitude and his abusive behavior toward his dogs. (Ages 5 and older).
Now your family can enjoy the big box office in two languages (Mandarin Chinese and English) and with concealed subtitles in in Chinese and English. All the menu options are in English and Chinese.
Please note: this DVD is a region-6 DVD. It can be played by a region-free DVD player which is guaranteed to play any Region Blu-ray or DVD on any TV. You also can play this DVD on your PC if your computer is properly equipped.