Tag Archives: Western
Big Kill Review
I try my best to keep the ‘repulsive’ in my reviews. Even still, over the years, I’ve been known to review films from different genres. The newest non-horror film to cross my path is a little western known as Big Kill, directed by Scott Martin.
On his way to visit his brother in the booming town of Big Kill, Jim (Christoph Sanders) is joined by two misfit gamblers who are on the run. Now, with his new [...]
Bone Tomahawk Review
Every once in a while, a genre film is released that causes a commotion amongst loyal fans who keep a close eye to what is going on in the scene. These films are usually talked about in length as soon as they are announced, generally during pre-production or even before. On rare occasion, however, a film is released, seemingly out of nowhere, that causes an even larger stir because, well, it was completely unexpected. The latest film to fall into [...]
Most conversations regarding horror, at one point or another, end up involving mention of Italian cinema and Giallo films. Discussion of Giallo films then lead to spaghetti westerns. I have admittedly not seen very many spaghetti westerns, but the couple that I have seen have been rather enjoyable. The latest one that I’ve added to my collection is Sergio Corbucci’s 1970 action-packed comedy, Companeros.
Yodlaf Peterson is a suave Swedish arms dealer with a love for fast money. [...]