Rio Bravo

Advertisements Rio Bravo is a riveting hallmark of the Western genre. Stretching reticent tension over 141-minutes of runtime, Howard Hawks’ 1959 touchstone unravels with unhurried command and is here and gone like a cloud of gun smoke. Without intense focus on violence…

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Let the Corpses Tan

If graphic violence, sunsoaked environments, and inventive editing are your jam, there’s a good time to be had with Let the Corpses Tan.…

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Horsepower Month

Advertisements My name is Brian Lang, and I’m the Content Manager for FilmEra. The staff kicked around a few ideas for a theme for September, and settled on … two of them. Namely, westerns and racing. Now, you might think these two…

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Damsel

Advertisements Damsel is a deconstructed Western comedy that has a solid first half of Western, but once it starts deconstructing just falls apart. The film follows Samuel Alabaster, played with wonderful detail and quirk by Robert Pattinson, as he searches for his love…

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