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Streets of Fire 1984

Walter Hill’s ‘rock and roll musical’ isn’t celebrated in the way The Driver or Southern Comfort are, but it’s a far better film than its reputation suggests. 124 more words


The Driver (1978)

Ryan O’Neal drives a mean getaway car.  His talent for eluding police creates a following on both sides of the law.  Gangs want him to drive for them while the LAPD, especially detective Bruce Dern, wants him to do time.  236 more words


87. the long riders (1980)

This is the fourth Walter Hill movie I’ve seen this year and maybe the best. It’s a terrific western about the Jesse James gang with a real mythical tinge. 203 more words

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The Warriors

Awwww man, This film’s got the groove to make me wanna get down with my bad self, Dawg. O.k. to all the readers not offended by that textual impersonation of James Brown, lets continue. 599 more words

Last man standing (1996)

This movie has been discussed a lot by film fanatics because it’s one of them movies with a story that has been retold over and over from Akira Kuroshawa’s… 314 more words


The Driver

Director and Writer: Walter Hill. Cast: Ryan O’Neal, Bruce Dern, Isabelle Adjani. Studio: Canal. Release date: 1978

Car chases, bank robberies, and cold stares make up the majority of this cult classic. 373 more words


Retro Review: STREETS OF FIRE (1984)

In which I pay tribute to Walter Hill’s 1984 action/musical masterpiece.

Read the full Review over at Nerd Bastards (Originally Published 3/28/14).