'Shenandoah' is one of the great Westerns - a powerful and evocative drama about one man's attempts to keep his family together in the midst of the escalating conflict of the American Civil War This.is a movie which has qualities to appeal even to those who have no fondness for the Western genre
The Big Country is a savage indictment of the cliched Wild West philosophy of men who believe it is right to live by the gun and settle disputes in a terminal way. Everyone's opinion is personal, but my opinion is that this is a great movie
The Quick and the Dead is a Western in which 16 of the fastest guns around shoot it out in organised duels until one is left. There's no prize for second place
Is there someone in your house who likes the New Western movies? Here are 5 reviewed. Period movies have come back and sets and costumes are more realistic.
An American Western or A Classic Ancient Story of Man
This article is about the new manuscript found that states Butch Cassidy wasn't killed in the shootout in Bolivia but lived out his live in Washington state. Wild Bunch history and movie are reviewed.
Top-notch actors do a bang-up job of reenacting events leading up to and culminating in a famous shoot-out.
If there's one thing that movie-goers seem to love more than a good hero, it's a great anti-hero. What is it about these tortured, conflicted, and often morally bankrupt good/bad guys that we love so much? Tackles the question from the perspective of the Western, looking at 3:10 to Yuma and...
A review of Sergio Corbucci's grim, snow covered spaghetti western masterpiece
Westerns are an interesting collection of viewpoints of how man made his way across the lone prairie, towns that developed, law and order, villains, good guys, strong women, and love.