Horse Operas & Spaghetti Westerns

The Brute and The Beast

Starring Franco Nero, George Hilton and Nino Castelnuovo... Nothing between them but hate, for each other!

The Wild & The Dirty

A hardened ex-Civil War soldier returns home to find his father dead, his mother re-married to his despised uncle. With the help of Horace he finds the truth about his father a rumored dead outlaw and a stolen gold shipment. Fully restored to the original uncut English version.

Pecos Cleans Up

Wild East's excellent transfer of the Pecos follow up film. Director: Maurizio Lucidi Writers: Adriano Bolzoni (screenplay), Augusto Caminito (screenplay) Stars: Robert Woods, Erno Crisa, Luciana Gilli

Day of Anger

When Sergio Leone turned Lee Van Cleef into a major star with For a Few Dollars More and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, the actor sensibly stayed in Italy to make several more spaghetti westerns, including this one from Leone's former assistant Tonino Valerii that genre aficionados rank amongst the best ever made. Giuliano Gemma plays street cleaner Scott Mary, rel...Read More

They Called Him Amen

Cosi Sia (Luc Merenda) has a bone to pick with his double-crossing partner who is now a reverend. The "good" reverend has built a safe in a bank and Cosi Sia wants to steal it. He reunites with a group of friends to rob the bank. His plans didn't include getting involved with the beautiful Clementine (Sydne Rome), but now too she is along for the ride. This entertai...Read More

Cemetery Without Crosses

YOU BELIEVE IN REVENGE BUT I DON'T... IT NEVER ENDS Inspired by the international success of the Dollars trilogy, and dedicated to director Sergio Leone, Cemetery Without Crosses offers a Gallic spin on the Spaghetti Western formula thanks to its star and creator, Robert Hossein (best-known to English-speaking audiences for his role in Jules Dassin's Rififi). After ...Read More


It's blaxploitation baby -- West of the Pecos! Boss (Fred Williamson), has "decided to hunt white folks for a change," by becoming a bounty hunter to click the hammer on fugitive outlaws. He and his comic sidekick Amos (D'Urville Martin) ride into the town of San Miguel, find it has no sheriff, and takes the job himself, much to the displeasure of the racial epithet...Read More

Death Rides a Horse

Before his very eyes, a young boy watches the cutthroats of a small gang raid his humble home, rape and slaughter his whole family. Fifteen years later, Bill Meceita, the once-helpless boy and the sole survivor of the massacre, has now become a cool and skillful sharpshooter, seeking revenge against the band of unknown killers. In the meantime, the seasoned gunsling...Read More

Comin' At Ya!

Tragedy strikes as two ruthless brothers kidnap a bride during her wedding. Hurt and angry, H.H. Hart (Tony Anthony) begins his quest to find the love he lost, and take vengeance upon the wicked. The film features many 3D effects, many of which are intended to "fly off the screen" at the audience.

Night Flight - Terror of Tiny Town

Welcome to Night Flight's feature film presentation of "Terror of Tiny Town," an epoch in cult history and a staple of the Night Flight circuit. When it debuted in 1938, it was dubbed as the world's only musical Western with an all-dwarf cast. It may well still hold that title. Revisit this classic tale of "little guys with big guns!"

The Man Who Came To Kill

While being pursued by a bounty hunter, Doc, a gambler accidentally sees bandits killing a sheriff. Doc pretends to be the sheriff so the bounty hunter will stop his chase. The bandits however still believe the sheriff is alive. Now there are no less than fifty people who want the sheriff/Doc dead. Only one man can keep Doc alive and that is his most dangerous enemy...Read More

Don't Turn The Other Cheek

"The bottoms-up comedy hit that will fill your seats." Don't Turn... stars Franco Nero as Prince Dmitri Vassilovich Orlowsky, Eli Wallach as Max Lozoya and Lynn Redgrave as Mary O'Donnell.

May God Forgive You... I Won't

Cjamango is away from his ranch six bandits attack and kill all the members of his family. Disrupted by this tragedy he sets out to take his revenge. One by one he kills the bandits. Starring George Ardisson, Anthony Ghidra, Peter Martell, Pedro Sanchez, Jean Louis and Directed by Vincenzo Musolino (Glenn Vincent Davis)

My Name is Pecos

Everyone wants to know who the Mexican is. He always answer slowly... "my name is Pecos." Pecos Martinez ( Robert Woods) to be exact, and he's returned to his hometown of Houston to settle up with Clain(Norman Clarke), the leader of a gang of cut-throats. Director: Maurizio Lucidi (as Maurice A. Bright) Writers: Adriano Bolzoni (screenplay), Adriano Bolzoni St...Read More

Man, Pride, And Vengeance

Also known as With Django Comes Death. When stalwart Spanish soldier Don Jose (Franco Nero of Django) meets the stunningly beautiful Carmen (Tina Aumont of Torso), he becomes instantly obsessed with the mysterious gypsy woman. After discovering she has cheated on him with his Lieutenant, Jose kills the officer during a brawl and flees the city. Forced to become a ba...Read More

Django Kill... If You Live Shoot!

Shockingly Violent and Surreal... A masterpiece of the Gothic Western! Tomas Milian (Run Man Run) stars as a half-breed bandit double-crossed and left for dead who rises from the grave to seek his revenge. But when his quest leads to a bizarre town called 'The Unhappy Place,' he is plunged into an odyssey of gruesome torture, graphic violence and relentless sexua...Read More

Grand Duel

After their powerful father is brutally murdered, the Saxon Brothers hire a group of bounty hunters to bring suspected killer Philipp Wermeer to justice. But when grizzled Sheriff Clayton saves the fugitive Philipp's life, the two set out to confront the Saxons and reveal the shocking truth about who really killed The Patriarch. The legendary Lee Van Cleef (The G...Read More


Fate brought them together... Greed made them inseparable... Violence made them COMPANEROS! Yodlaf Peterson (Franco Nero of Django) is a suave Swedish arms dealer with a love for fast money. Vasco (Tomas Milian of Traffic) is a trigger-happy Mexican bandit with a hate for suave Swedish arms dealers. But when the two men team up to kidnap a professor who holds the k...Read More

Run Man Run

The legendary Tomas Milian stars as Cuchillo, a knife-throwing thief on the run from murderous bandits, sadistic American agents, his hot-blooded fiance and a sheriff turned bounty hunter, all of whom are gunning for a hidden fortune in gold that could finance the Mexican Revolution. Co-writer/director Sergio Sollima (Revolver) packs this epic Western with bold p...Read More

Four Of The Apocalypse

Uncut. Uncensored. Unseen For Over 25 Years! The Legendary Blood-Soaked Western from the Director of Zombie and The Beyond Having survived a vigilante slaughter, four hard-luck strangers - gambler Stubby Preston (Fabio Testi of The Big Racket), a pregnant prostitute (Lynne Frederick of Schizo), the town drunk (Michael J. Pollard of Bonnie and Clyde) and a madman ...Read More

Mannaja: A Man Called Blade

Maurizio Merli (the iconic star of the 70s Italian cop movies) stars as a hatchet-wielding bounty hunter with a dark past and an even more desperate future. But when he disrupts the balance of power in a corrupt mining town, he unleashes a firestorm of brutality, betrayal and cold-blooded murder. Now, one man stalks a savage land where justice walks a razor and no b...Read More

Texas, Adios

Franco Nero (Django, Street Law) stars as Burt Sullivan, a tough Texas sheriff who heads deep into Mexico with his younger brother to arrest the man who murdered their father years earlier. But when they uncover a shocking family secret, the brother find themselves trapped in a lawless land where violence is a pastime, vengeance is a birthright and sudden death is a...Read More

A Town Called Hell

Telly Savalas and Robert Shaw star in 1971's A Town Called Hell (aka A Town Called Bastard), Robert Parrish's Euro-Western about a manhunt for a treacherous Mexican revolutionary. Greed and violence explode as the chase for the legendary "Aguila" (Robert Shaw) intensifies and eventually, an entire town is held hostage.

The Five Days

After Four Flies on Grey Velvet, Dario Argento stepped away from giallo to create what remains the only non-horror/thriller - and least-seen film - of his career: Set during 1848's five-day siege of Milan by the Austrian army, a cynical thief (pop star Adriano Celentano) teams with a naïve young baker to survive the brutality and absurdity of the Italian Revolution....Read More