The Lone Ranger rides again, but this comedic reboot from Gore Verbinski falls a little flat
Spaghetti Western, My Name is Nobody, could have used a bit less filler and more pasta.
Red River is an iconic piece of cinematic Americana gloriously realized by Howard Hawks and brought to Blu-ray by Eureka’s Masters of Cinema
Love Me Tender is a pretty stock “B” Western with a decent cast, surprisingly sub-par sound, but great visuals. The four Presley numbers will keep the fans in tow.
A trail-blazing Western, the first talking with outdoor sound recording and winner of two Oscars, is reissued with pretty remarkable picture and sound for its age. A dialogue rather than action driven movie gets strong performances from its three leads. An historical horse opera well worth watching
Walter Hill’s The Long Rider’s is evocatively filmed and has a cool gimmick with its strong of brothers playing the roles in the James/Younger outlaw gang.
Jackie Chan’s comedy-westerns that helped solidify him as a star in the States hit Blu-ray in a double feature that should please fans, even if they only come equipped with lossy Dolby Digital soundtracks.
This intense western, from an Elmore Leonard story, features Glenn Ford and Van Heflin in two powerful performances. The gorgeous black and white cinematography is made new again by a superb transfer from the Criterion Collection.
One of the cult favorite spaghetti westerns, Sergio Carbucci’s Django is an energetic, violent, and gloriously boundary-pushing classic.
The infamous family feud between the Hatfields and McCoys plays out in this addictive History Channel mini-series, out on Blu-ray courtesy of Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.