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Film Review: Django (1966)

Release Date: April 6th, 1966 (Italy)
Directed by: Sergio Corbucci
Written by: Sergio Corbucci, Bruno Corbucci
Based on: Yojimbo by Akira Kurosawa, Ryuzo Kikushima
Music by: 516 more words


See Naples and Die

GIALLO NAPOLETANA isn’t a giallo in the usual, Dario Argento sense, being more interested in detective mystery than drawn-out setpiece assassinations — all of the murders are committed by defenestration and seen from outside, so they’re unusually brief. 399 more words


Sonny and Jed (1972)

While Sergio Corbucci has illustrated a knack for blending westerns and comedies with films like Compañeros, Sonny and Jed is difficult to handle. There have been missteps in the past, like with the exasperating… 600 more words


Compañeros (1970)

Sergio Corbucci’s Compañeros is a boisterous spaghetti western from 1970 and one of the most explicitly revolutionary of the Zapata films. While many westerns were subtler in their political themes, Corbucci’s picture is a brazen critique of greed and American imperialism. 617 more words


Nero, Palance, and Corbucci Team Up Again In 1970 For The Zapata Western, Compañeros!

No one seemed to complain in 2000 when Wong Kar Wai followed up his melancholy tale of unrequited love from three years earlier, Happy Together, 1,322 more words


The Hellbenders (1967)

The Hellbenders is a difficult film. The 1967 Sergio Corbucci western features a screenplay by producer Albert Band and writer Ugo Liberatore, with Enzo Barboni’s cinematography making the most of the desert vistas. 530 more words



Sandro Forte for Cinetalk.net

The AMS label released an LP version of Luis Bacalov landmark score to Sergio Corbucci’s original Django (1966). Despite the awful cover Art, it is great. 258 more words