Tag Archives: Spaghetti Western

Solid and entertaining Spaghetti Western: 3 BULLETS FOR RINGO review

Ringo (Mickey Hargitay) and Frank (Gordon Mitchell) are hired to rescue a woman from drooling Mexican bandits. Frank falls in love with her, but she ends ...

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Masterpiece and arguably Sergio Corbucci’s finest film: COMPANEROS review

The great Franco Nero plays Yolaf ‘Penguin’ Petersen, a Swedish arms dealer who arrives in Mexico to sell a bunch of weapons to General Mongo. ...

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Fulci goes West

Below is a set of lobby cards from Lucio Fulci’s excellent Four of the Apocalypse (1975) – a trippy and unusual spaghetti western with a little bit ...

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How the West was fun: CRY ONION review

Comical spaghetti westerns aren’t for everyone. Holy mother of God, most Italian slapstick westerns suck ass! And many fans believe that all these puke-worthy comedies ...

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A fine taste of spaghetti: Tonino Valerii’s “TASTE OF KILLING” opening credits

Below, the intro for Taste of Killing (1966). Director Tonino Valerii made some of the greatest Spaghetti Westerns, including My Name is Nobody and Day of Anger, and ...

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Decently funny parody: FOR A FEW DOLLARS LESS review

For a Few Dollars Less is a little-seen spoof of Sergio Leone’s For a Few Dollars More. Most of the comedic spaghetti westerns came out in the 1970’s after ...

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Highly underrated spaghetti classic: KILL THEM ALL AND COME BACK ALONE review

Enzo G. Castellari’s kill-fest, Kill Them All and Come Back Alone, is about a Mercenary (Chuck Connors and his white teeth) who leads a team of ...

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Worthwhile spaghetti Western: RED BLOOD, YELLOW GOLD review

This film is basically The Dirty Dozen – spaghetti western style, with the Civil War for backdrop. Red Blood, Yellow Gold is about a trio of ...

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A town that earned its name: A TOWN CALLED HELL trailer

Below is a trailer for the British-Spanish co-production A Town Called Hell (1971) with Robert Shaw, Martin Landau and Telly Savalas. A rather confusing and unusual ...

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Goofy but fun western: “Once Upon a Time in the West… There Was a Man Called Invincible” review

Giuliano Carnimeo’s Once Upon a Time in the West… There Was a Man Called Invincible is the first of two films about Tresette (aka. Tricky Dicky) played ...

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If you like Italian westerns: I’LL DIE FOR VENGEANCE trailer

Here is a trailer for the little-seen I’ll Die For Vengeance (1968) with Kirk Morris and Gordon Mitchell. A bunch of drooling, semi-retarded idiots, led by a guy ...

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Castellari + Spaghetti Western equals good fun: PAYMENT IN BLOOD trailer

Below, trailer for Payment in Blood (1967, aka 7 Winchesters for a Massacre), the official film debut for legendary cult director Enzo G. Castellari (here credited ...

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Slow but good spaghetti western: KILL THE WICKEDS trailer

Below, trailer for Kill the Wickeds (1967, aka God Does Not Pay On Saturday). A couple of bandits and a woman rob a stagecoach and hide out ...

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A good time for western buffs: HATE THY NEIGHBOR review

Dakota (Spiros Focas) is looking for the man who killed his brother, but runs into conflict with a powerful land owner. There’s also something in the plot about ...

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Spaghetti Western fans should enjoy this one: A NAME THAT CRIED REVENGE trailer

Below, trailer for A Name That Cried Revenge (1968) with Anthony Steffen who suffers from amnesia. People think he’s a wanted criminal, but he discovers the ...

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Above average spaghetti western: SHOTGUN (Vengeance is my forgiveness) trailer

Below, trailer for Shotgun (1968) – a rare Spaghetti Western with Tab Hunter and Erika Blanc. The plot? Sheriff Durango (Django in some versions) goes around shooting ...

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