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  • John Wayne
    Lest we forget: Happy birthday, John Wayne
    Had he lived, screen legend John Wayne would have been 108 years old today, and the fact that he still lives on in many a screen classic underscores the fact that this flatlander from Iowa had a remarkable impact on America as a hero of many films...
  • Quentin Tarantino's new film The Hateful Eight full cast list & press conference
    Quentin Tarantino's new film The Hateful Eight full cast list & press conference
    Reservoir Dogs. Pulp Fiction. Kill Bill. Django Unchained. Quentin Tarantino has changed film making and created a genre one can only call Tarantino-esque. He has taken witty, humorous and outrageous dialogue and mixed it with high voltage action,...
  • Classic movie star Maureen O'Hara honored in 2014
    10 classic movies starring Maureen O'Hara
    Living legend Maureen O'Hara was born in Ireland in 1920 and grew up to become a Hollywood star, famed for both her beauty and her talent as an actress. Her best remembered films include the movies she made with frequent costar John Wayne, and...
  • A Fistful of Dollars
    Book review: 'The Clint Eastwood Westerns' by James L. Neibaur
    In 1964, Sergio Leone’s “A Fistful of Dollars” exploded onto theater screens, changing the western genre as we know it. And that was in no small part due to Clint Eastwood’s portrayal of the film’s protagonist, the...
  • Movie Review: 'Red on Yella, Kill a Fella'
    Movie Review: 'Red on Yella, Kill a Fella'
    From the sick and twisted minds of two of the nicest and most down-to-Earth guys I’ve met in the film industry comes something bold and distinctive for the 21st century. “Red on Yella, Kill a Fella” is what can only be referred...
  • Chris Marquette
    Chris Marquette on working with Vincent D'Onofrio in 'Broken Horses'
    Broken Horses stars Anton Yelchin and Chris Marquette as brothers who are as close as siblings can be, and it’s quite poetic that this movie is arriving in theaters on National Siblings Day. Anton plays Jacob Heckum, a very talented...
  • Watch 'One-Eyed Jacks' for Marlon Brando's birthday
    Watch 'One-Eyed Jacks' for Marlon Brando's birthday
    Today is Marlon Brando's birthday! He was born on this day, April 3 in 1924. Brando has starred in a lot of movies and a lot of them are well known like "The Godfather," "Streetcar Named Desire," "On the Waterfront,...
  • ALMA Awards
    Henry Darrow shares his memories about the High Chaparral
    Emmy Award winning actorHenry Darrow,is one of the most charming cowboy actors and his sense of humor is very contagious. Henry is well know for his handsome, sexy character,Manolito Montoya in The High Chaparral. Henry reminisced about his days...
  • Dead in Tombstone
    Movie review: Dead in Tombstone
    While terrorizing a small mining town, one of the gang members in a grab for power kills Guerrero, their leader. Finding himself sentenced to hell, Guerrero makes a deal with Satan for one last day on Earth.Danny Trejo (Guerrero), Mickey Rourke ...
  • The Homesman Poster
    Review: The Homesman
    Westerns are a genre of film that have been in dire straits for the last decade or so. Sure, a good one may come along now and again, like Kevin Costner'sOpen Range or John Hillcoat'sThe Proposition but for the large part they are...
  • THE OKLAHOMA KID
    West of Chicago
    In his vastly entertaining 1976 memoir, Cagney by Cagney, James Cagney fondly recalls an incident from his pre-kindergarten days – of his father taking him to visit one of his cronies at the neighborhood firehouse. This was before mechanized...
  • "The Lonesome Trail" is a western worthy of Hollywood
    "The Lonesome Trail" is a western worthy of Hollywood
    "High Noon", "Stage Coach", "The Good, The Bad and the Ugly", "Once Upon A Time In The West". There have been many great westerns put on celluloid over the years. Indeed, westerns are a uniquely American art...
  • The Duke
    Don Collier and John Wayne
    Many actors have extraordinary voices that are easily recognized by pitch, accent and cadence. There are also the spectacular voices that makes us pause as the sound caresses our ears. Cowboy actors often have their own specialized western drawls,...
  • Dale Midkiff
    Meet Dale Midkiff at M7 Con
    Perhaps the most familiar and uplifting Western theme song, is the music from The Magnificent Seven. The incredible Elmer Bernstein composed the music and if you click on this link, you can listen while learning more about one of the cast members...
  • Stagecoach
    Daily film recommendation: 'Stagecoach' (1939)
    Currently streaming on Hulu PlusIt can be argued that without “Stagecoach”, the western genre wouldn’t exist as we know it. John Ford bought the rights to a short story called “The Stage to Lordsburg” in 1937, and...
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