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The Killer Elite (1975)

Espionage and San Francisco replace hardened outlaws and Mexico for this Sam Peckinpah effort that once again sees the director assemble a first rate cast for more slow motion blood […]

Gary Busey … A Man of Action

Long before Gary Busey became a media punchline he was a pretty damned good actor. Back in the early 1970’s he apprenticed opposite some well known actors like Robert Ryan […]

Torpedo Run (1958)

“They don’t make stars like that anymore.” So says Ernest Borgnine in his autobiography when referencing co-star, Glenn Ford, as he recalls both his friendship and working relationship with Glenn […]

Blue (1968)

If Sean Connery can star in Shalako, then surely Terence Stamp can star in a western all his very own. In this case it’s Blue, from director Silvio Narizzano and […]

Flaming Star (1960)

What happens when you surround Elvis Presley with a first rate cast, a top screenwriter and a highly talented director? For my money we get his best film even though […]

Lone Wolf McQuade (1983)

The pinnacle title in the career of Chuck Norris is a very easy mark for fun and games and while I may do just that, consider it a form of […]

An Eye For An Eye (1966)

While watching this western that was released nearing the end of the western craze you can’t help but wonder when John Wayne might make an appearance. And why not. When […]

White Line Fever (1975)

It’s been well over twenty years since I’ve seen the story of Jan-Michael Vincent and his rig “The Blue Mule.” I loved seeing this as a kid on late night […]

The Wild Bunch (1969)

If someone asks me if I’d like to partake in a glass of fine wine aged to perfection, I’ll pass as I would much rather watch Sam Peckinpah’s stunning end […]

Brotherhood of Satan (1971)

“Enter for yet another lifetime in the Brotherhood of Satan.” Here’s an eerie independent flick for the late night crowd. It concerns a small town seemingly cut off from the […]

River of Death (1989)

While this is along way from screen adaptations of Alistair MacLean’s Guns of Navarone and Where Eagles Dare it does have that straight to VHS guilty pleasure quality with a […]

Between Heaven and Hell (1956)

This WW2 saga from screenwriter Harry Brown (Sands of Iwo Jima) was directed by workhorse Richard Fleischer. Fleischer is a guy who directed feature films from  1948 to 1987 and […]

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