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Steel Dawn (1987)

This Lance Hool directed feature takes the classic theme of Alan Ladd’s Shane and crosses it with the post apocalyptic world of Mel Gibson’s Mad Max. Taking the lead role […]

The Raid (1954)

The one thing that westerns may have done better than any other genre at the height of their popularity was to give viewers a cast of actors that left us […]

The Golden Mask (1953)

aka South of Algiers Long before Spielberg and Lucas turned archaeology into big screen adventures that enthralled us all, Hollywood flirted with the subject on numerous occasions beyond the Universal […]

Enter the Ninja (1981)

Though I wasn’t old enough to see this or any of the other Ninja films that were surfacing at the dawn of the 1980’s, I do recall the trailers that […]

Malone (1987)

“I’m Malone.” Simply put and to the point when asked just who he is. Burt Reynolds stars as the title character in this above average entry from the days when […]

3:10 to Yuma (1957)

From an Elmore Leonard story and director Delmer Daves comes this oater unlike may others of the era in that it is rich in performance and features Glenn Ford on […]

The Ruthless Four (1968)

With at least two classics of the western genre under his belt, Van Heflin joined in the exodus to Europe with an international cast for a tale of gold, greed […]

The Prowler (1951)

While greed, adultery and murder are favorite subjects for the Noir genre this Joseph Losey directed effort adds self pity and cruelty into the mix with a sledge hammer as […]

Grand Central Murder (1942)

Just because Van Heflin was an Oscar winner doesn’t mean that MGM used him exclusively in A budget pictures. In the words of Sam Levene, Heflin is a “Park Avenue […]

Ride Clear of Diablo (1954)

There is nothing quite like hearing a good Dan Duryea laugh or cackle if you prefer. In this Audie Murphy western we get plenty of Duryea playing just the type […]

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