I knew if I tried enough Peckinpah I’d find something that sucks me in, this one does just that. While most of the films are a bit rough, this one is heart.Read more "Blu-ray Review – The Ballad of Cable Hogue – Warner Archive"
The Rounders is a lightweight, comedic, and heart-wrenching, western. That is a strange
sentence that is best used to sift out the audience for the film.
Sometimes movies can become a caricature explanation of a genre, Ride the High Country is one of them and when that happens it is rarely a good thing.Read more "Blu-ray Review – Ride the High County"
I have said before that I am a fan of animated dinosaur pictures. They are fun and don’t force themselves upon you. When you have a film called Valley of Gwangi with a dinosaur on the poster you know that you are in for a fun couple hours of nonsense.Read more "Blu-ray Review – The Valley of Gwangi"
Johnny Guitar dir. – Nicolas Ray – 1954 – 110 Minutes – 7.07 If Nicolas Ray had asked me I would have changed the title to Vienna, not Johnny Guitar. He didn’t. I say this because while Johnny is A character Vienna is THE character. The heart and soul. Vienna is the point. Johnny Guitar […]Read more "Johnny Guitar – Olive Signature"
The Searchers is an incredibly racist film. It does not try to hide or subvert this truth, and it is important to understand that this was all on purpose.Read more "The Searchers"