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Jane Got A Gun

Given that Jane Got A Gun appeared on 2011’s Black List, a list comprised of the best unproduced scripts in Hollywood, it’s amazing that it ended up being such a nightmare to get made. Because watching Jane Got A Gun you are co...
 
 
 
 
 
 

Forsaken

The Sutherlands share some quality time together in this by-the-numbers Western. Kiefer stars as John Henry Clayton, a grizzled war vet trying to put his gun-slinging days behind him and make amends with his dear old dad Willia...
 
 
 
 
 
 

My Darling Clementine

After spending the Second World War commanding a high-profile film-making unit, legendary director John Ford returned to 20th Century Fox and decided to make a western. Given that Ford hadn’t made a western for over a decade pr...
 
 
 
 
 
 

Bad Land: Road to Fury

Do not be fooled by the title and cover; if you had a look, you may think this is some sort of cheap cash-in on Mad Max: Fury Road (In fact, this films’ title was originally Young Ones). With the near future, desert setting, an...
 
 
 
 
 
 

Day of Anger

Tonino Valerii sprang from the great genre melting pot that was the Italian film industry in the 1960s. Always keen to be considered both a writer and a director, he began his career under an American-sounding nom de plume as w...
 
 
 
 
 
 

Gallowwalkers

In and out of development since 2005, Andrew Goth’s Gallowwalkers is about two-thirds of the way to being a genuinely interesting and provocative film. Unfortunately, the missing third is the one containing a decent structure. ...
 
 
 
 
 
 

Django Unchained

In the build-up to Django Unchained’s cinema release, director Quentin Tarantino stated that directors were like prizefighters; they have their prime and then they need to step out of the ring.  Quite whom he was referring to i...