WANTED: Alive or Preferably Dead Episode 14: Voodoo Cowboys and And God Said to Cain

We’re back with another ride into the Weird West, this time with the tale of what happened to Butch and Sundance after their apparent demise.  In Voodoo Cowboys, Gene O’Neill and Gord Rollo tell the story of the infamous outlaws that you haven’t heard before.  Then we take a look at one of cinema’s most volatile performers in one of his most underrated roles as we discuss Klaus Kinski in Antonio Margheriti’s And God Said to Cain.

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WANTED: Alive or Preferably Dead Episode 13: Callus & Crow and Dead Birds

Things are getting weird as we discuss the novel Callus & Crow by DB Rook, a weird western about a vampire and a young boy on a quest for revenge in a post-apocalyptic world.  Then we head to Dixie as a group of Confederate deserters on the run hole up at an abandoned plantation in 2004’s Dead Birds.

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WANTED: Alive or Preferably Dead Episode 12: The Ballad of Lefty Brown

Stephen and Vaughn wrap up the year with a look at The Ballad of Lefty Brown, starring Bill Pullman as the sidekick thrust against his will into the role of hero.  Plus, we offer some Weird Western Book recommendations for you to check out.

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WANTED: Alive or Preferably Dead Episode 11: Keith Latch and My Name is Nobody

This episode Horror author Keith Latch joins us to talk about his debut Horror-Western comic The Bone Tribe.  Then we discuss the Terrence Hill/Henry Fonda classic My Name Is Nobody.

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WANTED: Alive or Preferably Dead Episode 10: Django and The Great Silence


This Episode, we celebrate the first year of Wanted: Alive or Preferably Dead with a Corbucci double feature.  Join us as we discuss the classics The Great Silence and Django!  Contact the show at 304-769-9006 or email jafmpodcast@gmail.com.


WANTED: Alive or Preferably Dead Episode 9: The Last Outlaw

This Month, we travel back to the Golden Age of HBO movies.  They say no good deed goes unpunished, and that is certainly the case for Dermott Mulrooney in this bloody western.   When a botched bank robbery leads to a leadership dispute, Mickey Rourke goes on a relentless manhunt to destroy the gang that betrayed him.   Featuring an amazing cast and brutal violence, The Last Outlaw delivers where it counts.

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WANTED: Alive or Preferably Dead Episode 8: Bandidos

This month we take a look at the 1967 Spaghetti Western BANDIDOS.  Fresh off his amazing work on Sergio Leone’s first two DOLLARS movies, Massimo Dallamano takes the helm on the story of a broken-down gunfighter, his protege, and their quest for revenge against the fastest, baddest gunman around.

WANTED: Alive or Preferably Dead – Episode 7


This Month, Stephen and Vaughn tackle the 1966 Monte Hellman classic The Shooting. Starring Jack Nicholson, Warren Oates, and Millie Perkins, this film tells the story of a retired bounty hunter recruited by a young woman on a quest for revenge.  Considered the first “acid western,” The Shooting takes a counter-culture approach to the old western trope of the hunt for justice and revenge.

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