Villa Rides – Blu-Ray Review

The background of Villa Rides is more interesting than the film itself. It was a late-60s studio Western that was definitely trying to capitalise on the success of Spaghetti Westerns at that time, and especially the subgenre of the ‘Zapata Western’: films that used the Mexican revolution as their backdrop. It’s safe to say that … Continue reading Villa Rides – Blu-Ray Review

Vengeance – Blu-Ray Review

B.J. Novak delivers his feature directorial debut in Vengeance, which was one of the most pleasant surprises when I was cramming in 2022 releases at the end of the year. I never watched the US version of The Office or much of Novak's other TV work, so I only really knew him from his turn … Continue reading Vengeance – Blu-Ray Review