The first thing I noticed when I started watching I WANT HIM DEAD was that it seemed far different from most in the spaghetti genre I’ve watched over the last few years. 354 more words
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This film, as seemed to be the case back then, had several American titles. Fifteen Scaffolds For The Killer(variant 15 Scaffolds) were the other two. The title comes from the two groups of men being pursued by a posse of almost every able bodied man in town. 398 more words
As seems usual with films in the spaghetti western genre, multiple titles, depending on the release, was the norm. In the U.S., this one appeared under NO GRAVES ON BOOT HILL as well as the one heading the post. 400 more words
Another western comedy made in the wake of the Trinity films successes in the late days of the spaghetti western.
Three men, Doctor Janus Saxon(Craig Hill), safe cracker Donovan(Carlos Otero), and a Mexican bandit named Carrasco (Chris Huerta) rob a bank. 513 more words
The outstanding Norwich band Grazing Saints have an exciting new album which they will launch with a high profile gig at OPEN with very strong support from Dr Clyde, Little Red Kings, and a late change with Graham Horne of The Barlights stepping in for Jessie Q and the Earthquakes. 51 more words
There’s been a lot of excitement amongst people in the know for this gig from the hugely brilliant Kill It Kid, one half of whom – Chris and Steph – are regularly seen on the live local circuit playing as the country blues roots duo Blood Bird. 895 more words