This slow-burning western from the Miller brothers features January Jones on a bloody path of revenge
The Duke does his dead-pan comedy routine to perfection in this well restored north of the border film.
Jesse James is an excellent early effort at capturing the outlaw’s legend with some adjustments and is well represented on this new Blu-ray
The Undefeated is a visually rewarding film with enough action with the Duke in top form and Rock Hudson not far behind
Michael Cimino’s flawed epic western comes to Blu-ray fully restored by Second Sight, offering opportunity for re-examination.
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