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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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.
Lucio Fulci is probably best known for his work in the horror genre, but he also visited the old west a few times throughout his career. This time out, Vaughn and Stephen take a look (and a listen) at Fulci’s third and final Spaghetti Western, Silver Saddle. As always, you can join the conversation by emailing us at email@example.com or call the voicemail line at 304-769-9006.