Posts Tagged ‘Western’

[VIDEO] Watch the ‘Back to the Future Part III’ Fan Event (‘Doc’umentary)

  Relive the fun, excitement, heart, and adventure of the inaugural 4-day ‘Back to 1885’ fan event that celebrates everything ‘Back to the Future Part III’. The historic towns of Columbia, Jamestown, and Sonora, California set the stage for the biggest tribute of the third installment of the beloved ‘Back to the Future’ time travel […]

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The Homesman, a Captivating Drama of the Old West (Film Review)

  So you’re not into the western genre? How about calling this movie a very compelling drama that takes place in the 1800’s west. Still not excited about seeing the film? Top it off with a stellar cast, an original story line and actors that give Oscar worthy performances. Titled The Homesman, it’s Tommy Lee […]


A Million Laughs in “A Million Ways to Die in the West” (Film Review)

  Taking his comedy show to the Arizona desert, Seth MacFarlane presents A Million Ways to Die in the West.  It’s a rollicking comedy that has more pratfalls than his previous film, even though Ted has a charm that cannot be duplicated.  That said however, MacFarlane pleases with his deadpan humor that never seems to […]

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The Lone Ranger, A Wild Train Ride (Film Review)

  Taking a chance on an old-timer favorite producer and director Gore Verbinski brings a remake of The Lone Ranger to the big screen.  Loosely based on the 1956 movie starring Clayton Moore and Jay Silverheels his casting of Armie Hammer and Johnny Depp somewhat mirrors the two original players and delivers a solid hit.  […]

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Django Unchained, a Very Creative Western (Movie Review)

  Taking a page out of history, Quentin Tarantino adds his version of the unsettling times in his newest film Django Unchained.  Much like his Inglourious Basterds this outrageous adventure generates tongue-in-cheek satire and raises eyebrows in it’s nearly 3 hours of ‘creative’ damnation. Taking the film with a grain of salt, the audience should […]

Fourscore and Seven Dead Vampires Ago: Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter (Film Review)

Just when you thought it was safe to go to an action movie, an historical figure and mythical creatures are mashed together into an action film that sounds like a fun concept. The premise of the 16th president of the United States leading a secret life of destroying vampires sounds so over-the-top you think you’re […]



When you think of Butch Cassidy we immediately add ‘and the Sundance Kid’, but if you saw the original movie, you know that the two died in a break to freedom in Bolivia.  But, what if Butch lived and escaped his untimely death?  This is the premise of the film Blackthorn starring Sam Shepard.  The […]

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