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The Reivers (1969)

by  |  November 19th, 2011  |  Comedy

The Reivers (1969)

Boon Hoggenbeck: Sometimes you have to say goodbye to the things you know and hello to the things you don’t! For all you McQueen fans out there, I’d be willing to bet there’s one classic film of his you’re not as familiar with. It’s a comic coming of age story based on a Faulkner short […]


What Ever Happened To The Western Movie?

by  |  July 27th, 2011  |  Blog

What Ever Happened To The Western Movie?

As I have mentioned before, in the past decade, I have come to discover the brilliance of the Western movie… Which in my opinion is a real crying shame for me (I know that, that may sound odd, but it is true!) I mean the Western movies produced over the decades have been true masterpieces […]


Death Of A Gunfighter (1969)

by  |  June 23rd, 2011  |  Western

Death Of A Gunfighter (1969)

In recent times I have gotten in to a sort of new sub-genre of Western movies. It's not really a sub-genre, like the exploitation films that started being produced in the 1970s, but I am calling it a sub-genre never the less.  The post 19th century sub-genre of Western films… What is a post 19th […]


More Dead Than Alive (1969)

by  |  May 25th, 2011  |  Western

More Dead Than Alive (1969)

Cain was in prison for 18 years for killing 12 men as an out law gunslingler. When he got out of prison, he wanted to retire his gun and his rep for good, but the only way he could make it on the outside, was to use his rep and his gun for entertainment and to live!


The Italian Job (1969)

by  |  February 16th, 2011  |  Action/Adventure

The Italian Job (1969)

When an adventurous crook gets out of prison, the first thing that he does, is gets set up for the most complicated job in Italy!

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