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Four of the Apocalypse (1975)

Review first published by FilmLand Empire

“Salt Flats, Utah. 1873. A bad town for a law-abiding citizen, and for this reason, Stubby Preston, a professional cardsharp, made it a point to stop there at least once or twice a year. 908 more words

Tokyo Drifter, Seijun Suzuki, 1966

Of the films that Seijun Suzuki would make for the Nikkatsu studio, Tokyo Drifter was one of the wildest, audacious, and visually stunning, yet it was also one of the most incongruous for both Suzuki and Nikkatsu. 1,191 more words


Status Report

I would like to take the time to report the status of my work. Currently I am in the editing stages of The Lady in Black… 250 more words

The Lady In Black

If You Meet Sartana, Pray For Your Death(Se Incontri Sartana Prega Per La Tua Morte)1968

IF YOU MEET SARTANA PRAY FOR YOUR DEATH was the first of five official films to feature the character. there were a number of films that featured the fellow that were mere ripoffs riding the coattails of the franchise. 218 more words

Spaghetti Western


See if this plot sounds at all familiar. A group of men protect a small town from a band of outlaws, helping them with weapons and a bit of teaching to defend themselves. 499 more words


The Road to 65, Mile 72: Dreams in Abundance

February 8, 2015, San Antonio to Fairhope, AL- A number of eateries in Texas opt to close on Sunday.  In the case of a barbecue spot in Houston, it was their loss.   341 more words


Three Crosses Not To Die(Tre Croci Per Non Morire)1968

As seems usual with films in the spaghetti western genre, multiple titles, depending on the release, was the norm. In the U.S., this one appeared under NO GRAVES ON BOOT HILL as well as the one heading the post. 400 more words