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Sergio Corbucci's The Great Silence on Blu-ray

Film Movement Classics of New York are releasing a newly restored 2K transfer of Sergio Corbucci’s fabulous snow-bound Spaghetti Western The Great Silence (Italy/France, 1968) on Blu-ray in June. 77 more words

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Once a freelance journalist (among some other professions I’m not necessarily proud of) in Poland, and now a Film Studies 3rd year student in the UK, I’ve wanted to create a blog like this for a long time. 1,683 more words

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The Great Silence Celebrating 50th Anniversary With A New 2K Restoration Blu-Ray

The 1968 revisionist Spaghetti Western, The Great Silence, directed and co-written by Sergio Corbucci is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a brand new Blu-ray release of sourced from a recent 2K restoration from U.S. 260 more words

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The Mercenary review

My review of Sergio Corbucci’s The Mercenary (A Professional Gun, Il mercenario, 1968) was published at CineSavant yesterday. Set during one of Mexico’s post-1900 periods of revolution, the film is a great example of a ‘Zapata’ Spaghetti Western. 120 more words

Film Review

The Mercenary (1968)

aka The Professional Gun

Long before Jack Palance joined Kurt Russell and Sylvester Stallone in the 1989 action hit, Tango and Cash, that saw the two muscle bound heroes walk away from the camera buck naked exposing their backsides to the movie going world, Jack did it first with arrogance and pride in this Sergio Corbucci directed western. 889 more words

Daily Take

Film Review: Navajo Joe (1966)

Also known as: A Dollar a Head (US working title), Navajo’s Land, Red Fighter, Savage Run (alternate titles)
Release Date: November 26th, 1966 (Italy)
Directed by: 510 more words

Reviews

The Great Silence (1968)

STORY – 1
DIRECTOR – 1
ACTOR – 1
MUSIC – 1
CULT – 1

Verdict – 5/5

Pros –

1) Larger than life cult characters of Loco and Silence – both anti-heroes… 75 more words

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