DVD Review: Adios, Sabata

Director Gianfranco Parolini’s 1969 spaghetti western, “Sabata,” was a surprise hit.  So much, in fact, that this film, wasn’t even going to be a Sabata story.  However, once the box office receipts came in, “Indio Black,” was re-named, “Adios Sabata.”  Unfortunately, the movie plays as convoluted as the story that happened behind-the-scenes.

Oscar Films Remembered: Unforgiven

With the Coen brothers seemingly poised to take home a few golden statues this Sunday night, including the coveted “Best Picture”, for their critical darling, No Country for Old Men, it seemed like a good time to go back and look at another film that swept the Academy off its feet: Clint Eastwood’s western masterpiece, …