Directed by Sergio Corbucci
Starring Franco Nero, Loredana Nusciak, Eduardo Fajardo, and José Bódalo.
MPAA: Unrated at original release, rated R on 1973 re-release. 932 more words
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From director Sergio Corbucci comes a “spaghetti” western I have long heard of and finally got the chance to see for myself. Generally when I have come across a comment or article about this title it is spoken about with great reverence by the few who have seen it. 732 more words
Just days ago, we were graced with a teaser trailer to Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming snow western, The Hateful Eight, and it’s already generated plenty of chat and excitement. 552 more words
Blood stains the snow in Sergio Corbucci’s The Great Silence, a 1968 western that is as bleak as its uncharacteristic locale. It explores the fragile formation of justice in untamed lands, pitting a mute gunslinger against a squad of callous bounty hunters. 717 more words
ROME – Two cult Italian properties, spaghetti Western “Django” and Dario Argento chiller “Suspiria,” are set to be adapted into English-language TV skeins, in what amounts to a milestone deal for Italy’s TV industry and its efforts to become more international. 567 more words