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  1. Can the wild West hold not one, not two, but THREE Lawrence brothers? Joey Lawrence, Matthew Lawrence, and Andrew Lawrence are suspiciously clean Virginia siblings in matching fringe jackets who get separated from their father Commander Riker and must endure a Mad Libs exercise in Western movie cliches in this made for TV Disney movie from the 90's that I guess was supposed to make you pick your favorite Lawrence brother? Did you pick the youngest one, you perv? Part one here; the whole thing is on YouTube because even Disney doesn't care about protecting this one:
  2. HanSeoulForever

    White Comanche (1968)

    William Shatner stars in this Spaghetti Western as both a cowboy and his own twin brother, a Peyote-smoking leader of the Comanche tribe. Is it wildly racist even accounting for the year 1968? Oh yes. It is an absolutely terrible โ€” but really fun to watch โ€” film with Shatner over-acting as both cowboy and Native American while wearing *incredibly tight* pants. The plot is essentially that Johnny Moon (what a name!) is tired of getting a bad rap and being run out of towns because of his brother Notah's murdering and stage coach robbing. The movie's tagline: "Brothers by birth... Enemies... to the death!" Does Notah rob a stage coach and maybe assault a woman off-screen, who later falls in love with Johnny Moon? Obviously. Does the movie include a number of absolutely insane and racist lines? Oh yes, yes it does. (At one point the sheriff says to Johnny Moon: "For someone who's trying to live like a white man, you're sure turning out to be one hell of a Comanche!"). Do they have an epic battle engaging an entire town in a ridiculous fire fight that makes no sense? Absolutely. I saw this movie this week at my local bar's bad movie night. Here's how they described it: "Notah, a peyote-fueled madman convinced he's a messiah sent to lead the Comanche nation against the white man, and Johnny Moon, Notah's estranged cowboy brother, who intends to stop Notah, by wordsโ€”or by bullets." I'm stunned that it hasn't been a HDTGM movie yet. I can't seem to find a trailer, but the entire movie is available for free online. Also just check out the art for this film: https://m.media-amazon.com/images/M/MV5BYmU5YmY4N2ItN2NiYy00ZTlkLTg1NjktNDcwOWJkOWJlY2UxXkEyXkFqcGdeQXVyNjgzNDU2ODI@._V1_.jpg
  3. With the Westworld TV series having come out and the Westworld movie not being available for streaming at the moment I would suggest to just do the best Sergio Leone Western - scratch that - the best Western of all time: Once Upon A Time In The West (which is in fact available at the moment for streaming on Netflix in the US) It's a masterpiece. You can talk about it for hours. It belongs in the canon. Period.
  4. PhoenixSunMarino-Ramer


    Wesley Snipes horror western. I shouldn't need to say any more but I will anyway. Completely incoherent, relentlessly awkward, and purely ridiculous. They were making it smack dab in the middle of Mr. Snipes tax issues and was subsequently delayed eight years! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gallowwalkers Here's a nice critic quote from that page "Scott Weinberg of Fearnet wrote, "It would take a team of veteran film critics working around the clock to catalog all the things that are wrong with this outrageously goofy movie [...] GallowWalkers is funnier by accident than Adam Sandler is on purpose" I love you guys, I'm desperately addicted to this podcast, and I would love to hear what you think about this happy accident of IRS investigation and development hell.
  5. IMDb says, "Indians attack a stagecoach, and a disparate band of passengers must band together to fight them off. " It forgets to mention an hour of pre-indian attack of building up to the confrontation with the EVIL UNREASONABLE INJENS! Meanwhile we meet such characters as the sexy naughty actress, unflinching bad ass criminal cowboy, horny pacifist senator, identity theft victim and the honest dad. Guess who gets killed first. This film must have snuck in among all the rest of the Westerns that Hollywood was jerking out as often as possible in the 50's. It is just a great example of something that got churned out using all the cliches in the book. It's available on netflix...which is how I found it.