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Throwback Thursday - Django (1966)

Between this blog and my previous one, Professor Damian’s Public Domain Treasure Chest, I’ve been writing about movies for quite a while now. Because of that, there are a lot of posts that have simply gotten lost to the mists of time. 1,507 more words

Movies

EL MERCENARIO (1968)

A film by Sergio Corbucci

Cast: Franco Nero, Tony Musante, Franco Giacobini, Jack Palance

The year is 1915 and the story of The Mercenary takes place in the middle of the Mexican revolution. 177 more words

Action

Golden Year: DJANGO (Sergio Corbucci, 4/6/1966)

Caked in mud and spattered with blood, Sergio Corbucci’s classic spaghetti western, Django, noodles around with cinema of cruelty, surrealistic imagery, and proto-Peckinpahvian carnage—only without all those erupting squibs. 696 more words

Film

Film Review: Compañeros

Sergio Corbucci made a spiritual successor to “The Mercenary” with “Compañeros”. And like that film, it is a Zapata western starring Franco Nero and Jack Palance. 280 more words

Entertainment

REVIEW: Super Fuzz (1980)

1980, El Pico S.A./TVI/Transcinema Ltd.

Director:
Sergio Corbucci
Producers:
Vittorio Galiano
Josi W. Konski
Writers:
Sergio Corbucci
Sabatino Ciuffini
Cinematography:
Silvano Ippoliti
Editing:
Eugenio Alabiso… 574 more words

Film Reviews

Film Review: The Mercenary

Sergio Corbucci’s “The Mercenary” is a very refined and well executed spaghetti western affair. Then again, I have yet to see a Corbucci film that didn’t cut the mustard. 230 more words

Entertainment