Tribeca 2019 – Review: DREAMLAND Is A Neo-Western Done The Right Way

Dreamland is the type of film that audiences don’t get to see all that often. The reason being is neo-Western is a genre that can feel very sloppy in the hands of an inexperienced filmmaker. But for Miles Joris-Peyrafitte with only his second feature, he proved himself more than capable of handling the genre. Through… Continue reading Tribeca 2019 – Review: DREAMLAND Is A Neo-Western Done The Right Way

Review: THE WIND Is A Slow But Well-Made Western Horror Film

Caitlin Gerard as “Lizzy Macklin” in Emma Tammi’s The Wind. Courtesy of IFC Films. An IFC Films Release.

The Wind is a new Western horror film written by Teresa Sutherland and directed by Emma Tammi. The movie is about a woman in the Old West of the late 1800s who is driven insane by the isolation and harsh conditions in which she lives. It debuted at the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival. The… Continue reading Review: THE WIND Is A Slow But Well-Made Western Horror Film

Review: THE KID Is A Fun Old-School Western

Sara Cutler (Leila George) and Rio Cutler (Jake Schur) in THE KID. Photo Credit: Lionsgate.

The Kid is a new Western film directed by Vincent D’Onofrio and starring Ethan Hawke, Chris Pratt, and Dane DeHaan. The movie tells the story of a young boy who, on the run with his sister, encounters the notorious outlaw Billy the Kid and the lawman that is pursuing him, Sheriff Pat Garrett. The way… Continue reading Review: THE KID Is A Fun Old-School Western