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For Nerdly.co.uk: “Once Upon a Time in Deadwood Review”
• LIKE on Facebook • FOLLOW on Twitter • FOLLOW on Instagram • SUBSCRIBE on YouTube • BUY ME A COFFEE on Ko-Fi My new film review for Nerdly... "Bronzi is a legit badass in this western." Starring Charles Bronson* Once Upon a Time in Deadwood is a wild western and fun thrill ride on... Continue Reading →
For SetTheTape.com: “Manchester Film Festival: Painted Woman”
• LIKE on Facebook • FOLLOW on Twitter • FOLLOW on Instagram • SUBSCRIBE on YouTube • BUY ME A COFFEE on Ko-Fi James Cotten’s female-led western, Painted Woman, opened the 2018 Manchester Film Festival, and audiences witnessed a presentation of a female hero braking from her constraints and ensuring that the next generation is... Continue Reading →
For ReadFilm.co: “Review: ‘Westworld’ (1973)”
Westworld; Director: Michael Crichton; UK Distributor: CIC. Country: USA. Due to the popularity of the contemporary Westworld TV series, I thought that now would be a good opportunity to expose the 1973 film, of which the series is “inspired” by. 1973’s Westworld was written and directed by Michael Crichton, the dude who later wrote the Jurassic Park novel. The story is of two... Continue Reading →
Sunday Update: Clint Eastwood Movies Purchased
Evening. Yes, as the title reads, I have purchased some Clint Eastwood-starred movies. To my great surprise, there are many movies with Uncle Clint in 'em that I don't (or didn't) have in my DVD collection - e.g. Coogan's Bluff (Siegel, 1968) - of which I have now purchased. The purchases included, Coogan's Bluff as mentioned, another Don Siegel collaboration,... Continue Reading →
My “30 Day Movie Challenge” Complete
Evening, if you follow me on Instagram, you may have seen my "30 Day Movie Challenge" pictures, of which I've just finished completing - it was fun/interesting - I've now added the complete package onto this post (yes, Days 1 to 30). Look below to see my choices, folks. And enjoy. Day 1 - Favourite... Continue Reading →
Shot at 60 part XV: Another Nine Shots Taken at Hour One.
Welcome to the latest addition of Shot at 60, an addition featuring a few cult favourites (I guess?) and perhaps an average film or two. Enjoy... Shaft (1971) Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer / Dir: GordonParks / Prod: Freeman Magnum Force (1973) Warner Bros. / Dir: Ted Post / Prod: Daley Blazing Saddles (1974) Warner Bros. / Dir: Mel Brooks /... Continue Reading →
Shot at 60 part IX: Gene Hackman
Welcome to the third and final special Shot at 60 in this series of posts focusing on an actor. The mini-series started with Sylvester Stallone, followed by Jack Nicholson, and now ends with Gene Hackman. Oh, if you're still unsure as to what Shot at 60 is, it's a series of posts where I use a screenshot from... Continue Reading →