Western

The Searchers Beulah Archuletta

‘The Searchers’ Makes a Joke of Native Women

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We take a look at the so-called comedic relief in the classic western film.

Dead Man

‘Dead Man’ And Making Movies From Another Time

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This period Western looks, feels, and sounds like nothing else from the ’90s.

The Hateful Eight

How ‘The Hateful Eight’ Turns Limitation Into Brilliance

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The release of ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ means its is time to reflect on Quentin Tarantino’s past work. I think ‘The Hateful Eight’ might be his best.

Justified Boyd

Next One’s Coming Faster: The Neo-Western Flair Of ‘Justified’

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FX’s western series is a modern classic of the genre, and fun as hell.

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‘The Wind’ Trailer Will Leave Your Hair Standing on End

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And no, it’s not a sequel to ‘The Happening.’

Director Taylor Sheridan On The Set Of Wind River

The Failed Fathers Behind Taylor Sheridan’s Neo-Westerns

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Taylor Sheridan’s films are about failed fathers overcoming their failures.

Propaganda Films Red Rock West

The Infectious Cinephilia of ‘Red Rock West’

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For a film rich with twists and turns, Red Rock West’s journey to the big screen was fittingly circuitous.

Woman Walks Ahead

‘Woman Walks Ahead’ Review: Among Stars, Michael Greyeyes Shines as Sitting Bull

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Jessica Chastain and Sam Rockwell may get top billing in Catherine Weldon’s romantic deconstruction of the western, but Michael Greyeyes steals the show.