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DVD Review: May God Forgive You… I Won’t & Massacre at Canyon Grande

Wild East Productions of New York have included a double bill of George Ardisson films in their ongoing Spaghetti Western collection. Ardisson is perhaps best known for his work in the Euro-spy film genre but he also appeared in a handful of Italian Westerns. 1,267 more words


'Dollars Trilogy' Spaghetti Western Shoot in 35mm

I was just interviewing the director of the werewolf / western hybrid “Blood Moon” (shot in Kent!) and I was reminded of my visit to the locations used in many classic spaghetti westerns. 100 more words

Sands Through The Hourglass

The Villain / Cactus Jack screening, 29 July 2017

Hal Needham’s The Villain / Cactus Jack (USA, 1979) is playing at the New Beverly Cinema in Los Angeles on 29 July 2017.

The film, which plays like a live action Road Runner and Wile E. 29 more words


White Oaks and the Drain Plug

It’s no secret that New Mexico is circling the drain in many ways, fiscally, population, jobs, education. Small towns are dying and it’s as if someone folded the state in the middle, the cities and towns on the east and west rolling to the crease that is the Rio Grande Rift. 235 more words


Lord Dunmore's War.

From 1756 to 1763, Britain fought France for command of eastern North America.  Britain won, but then had troubles with its Indian and Anglo-American allies in that war.  593 more words

Indian Wars

The Last Sheriff Web Comic Pg 24

The final part of The Last Sheriff Part I web comic is now available online. Check it out here.


The West that Wasn't: Steampunk Inspirations

Western steampunk novels, television shows, and films juxtapose fantastic advanced technologies with those historically found in the frontier West: Whirling gears, gleaming steam-powered gadgets, and shiny airships combine with railroad tracks, telegraph lines, and horse-drawn wooden wagons. 1,143 more words