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Certification18 Our Rating

Director Alex de la Iglesia's look back to Spanish filmmaking of old centres on Carlos, a young boy on a mission to find the grandfather denied him by his mother. The grandfather, Julian (Sancho Gracia), who was once a stuntman on spaghetti westerns, is now reduced to doing stunt shows for tourists with his old buddies on the same decaying sets. Carlos's appearance restores some pride to Julian, but when Carlos's mother Laura finds out where he is, she decides to finally destroy the last remn find out more...


Certification18 Our Rating

The first and best of the Italian "Mexi-Westerns", on a par with Leone's and with a haunting soundtrack. An American mercenary teams up with a bandit on the fringes of the revolutionaries in order to assinate their leader. A violent political film from the same pen as The Battle Of Algiers. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

From the boys that brought us South Park and Team America comes a riotous musical horror that tells the story of Alferd Packer, a prospector who leads a group of fellow 'diggers' into the Rocky Mountains in search of gold only to be accused of murder and cannibalism when the bodies of his companions are discovered partially eaten and mutilated. A tale of comradeship, evil 'trappers' ('Rip their fur, cut their eyes out with my knife. Yo-ho'), Native Indians with a distinctly Japanese flavour and find out more...
EL TOPO (1971)

Certification18 Our Rating

The highly eccentric and totally brilliant Alexandro Jodorowsky doesn't make films like anybody else. Directed, written by and starring the man himself "El Topo" is a violent, surreal, quasi-religious Western, if that makes sense (which like the film it doesn't). AJ plays the nomadic lone gunslinger of the title, mostly shooting people for the first half, before being reincarnated as the comedian-cum-holyman protector of a community of deformed outcasts. No doubt some would attempt to read all s find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

A slightly surreal story of a man with no name who rides into the town of Lago, knocks off some desperados who try to kill him and gets hired to defend the timid townsfolk from some other baddies. One of Clint's best. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating


Certification12 Our Rating

Jack Beauregard is an iconic gunslinger, but he's not a young man anymore and knows that inevitably someone will come along who's faster. Enter Nobody, a lightning quick shooter, who has been hired to kill Jack, but mutual admiration and a cunning plan may just provide the men with a less bloodthirsty alternative. Directed by Sergio Leone's former assistant director, Tonino Valerii, 'My Name Is Nobody' is a delightfully original take on the spaghetti westerns of the era; funny, world weary, styl find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Leone's superb all-encompassing epic portraying the death of the mythical 'Wild West'. A superb cast, the collaborations of Bertolucci and Argento, and Morricone's brilliantly atmospheric score all add to the incredible style and weight of Leone's creation. A true cinematic masterpiece! A candidate for greatest movie ever made, if you haven't... then you must. find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

'Ride In The Whirlwind' was a cheapie shot back-to-back with 'The Shooting' and scripted by Jack Nicholson telling the story of three cowboys mistaken for outlaws and hunted by a band of vigilantes until two are dead and the third becomes a killer in self-defence. A gritty, stylised cult western. find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

"Stingray Sam is not a hero / But he does do the things that folks don't do that need to be done / He's got a bravery inside / That will not let him run away..." So goes the theme song to McAbee's bewitching second feature. The film plays like a homage to a 1950's that didn't exist, a riff on all the genres made famous by that decade. Consisting of six 'episodes' (each one narrated by a jubilant David Hyde Pierce) the film follows the eponymous Stingray Sam and his sidekick The Quasar Kid as the find out more...