DVD Review: Hang ‘Em High (1968)

Clint Eastwood’s first Hollywood western follows upon the actor’s whirlwind success in Sergio Leone’s “Dollars” trilogy, delivering a hard-fought story of vengeance and justice set in the Oklahoma Territory of 1889. Directed by workhorse film and television director, Ted Post, Hang ‘Em High is out now on DVD from Umbrella…

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DVD Review: Play Misty for Me (1971)

I’ve been a Clint Eastwood fan for many years, his over-the-top final kill as ‘Dirty Harry’ in The Dead Pool was one of my earliest movie memories. While he’s made countless films since retiring the iconic character, it’s never too late to revisit his early classics such as his directorial…

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Review: The Mule (2018)

Event cinema can easily be defined in this day and age as the next studio tentpole-release, of which there are many throughout a single year, but personal taste and anticipation are also defining factors. If you’re a long-time Clint Eastwood fan like myself, then his latest feature The Mule is…

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