Western

‘Centennial’

Wednesday, September 10th, 2014 by Christopher Robinson

Centennial   Centennial poster 01 88x120 western romance reviews drama action Directors: Virgil W. Vogel, Paul Krasny, Harry Falk and Bernard McEveety
Writers:
Charles Larson, James A. Michener, John Wilder and Jerry Ziegman
Release year:
1978

American History-‘Michner’d’

Pioneers, Indians, ranchers, cattlemen, lawmen, farmers, soldiers and outlaws blaze a trail through a new world in a one-of-a kind mini-series as big and rugged as the very landscape it covers. Across a vast frame of time, the people who shaped a nation fire their brand on a changing America as they struggle to get the fruits of their labors into the hands of a next generation. A town is created before our eyes and although the years pass, the founders’ descendents find that many of the same age-old questions could remain unanswered.

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And God Said To Cain

Tuesday, May 18th, 2010 by Coventry

And God Said To Cain   Satan der RacheCR 85x119 western reviews horror Director: Antonio Margheriti
Writer:
Giovanni Addessi and Antonio Margheriti
Release year:
1970
Italian title:
E Dio Disse A Caino

And God Said To Cain   Offscreen 2010 mini logo western reviews horror Hurricane Kinski comes to town…

Gary Hamilton (Klaus Kinski) is pardonned after ten years of prison labor in the desert. The first thing he has on his mind, is getting a shotgun and a horse. It soon becomes clear that the man has his own reasons for making this a priority…

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Jesse James Meets Frankenstein’s Daughter

Friday, August 5th, 2011 by Vomitron

Jesse James Meets Frankensteins Daughter   JJMFD poster02 75x120 western sci fi reviews horror Director: William Beaudine
Writer:
Carl K. Hittleman
Release Year:
1966

They should have never met.

Jesse James Meets Frankensteins Daughter   Cheezy Drive In mini logo western sci fi reviews horror When outlaw Jesse James (John Lupton) and his friend Hank Tracy (Cal Bolder) get ambushed during a robbery, they barely manage to escape. With the authorities on their trail and Hank severely wounded, they seek shelter at an old monastery which just happens to be inhabited by Mary Frankenstein (Narda Onyx), the granddaughter of the legendary European mad scientist.

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