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‘The Ballad of Buster Scruggs’ Trailer: Coen Brothers Deliver a Western Anthology

Hot off its Best Screenplay award win at the Venice Film Festival, Netflix has released the official trailer for The Ballad of Buster Scruggs....

‘Woman Walks Ahead’ Trailer and Poster Starring Jessica Chastain, Sam Rockwell and Michael Greyeyes

A24 and DirecTV just released the first trailer and poster for the dramatic film, Woman Walks Ahead. The Western is based on a true...

‘Hostiles’ Movie Review

“You believe in the Lord, Joseph?” asks Rosalie (Rosamund Pike). “Yes, I do. But he’s been blind to what’s going on out here for...

‘The Magnificent Seven’ Movie Review

“Took a job, looking for some men to join me,” says the bounty hunter Chisolm (Denzel Washington). “Is it difficult?” asks the gambler Josh...

‘Hell or High Water’ Movie Review: One of 2016’s Best Films

"Toby, it’s a good thing you’re doing,” says Tanner (Ben Foster) to his younger brother. “We’re doing it,” replies Toby (Chris Pine). “Every step...

‘Wynonna Earp’: Tim Rozon Interview on Playing Doc Holliday

Just like fans of the Syfy series, Wynonna Earp star Tim Rozon says he's anxiously awaiting news on a season two renewal. The series,...

‘The Magnificent Seven’ Trailer: Introducing the Seven

Antoine Fuqua's new version of The Magnificent Seven, the classic Western that starred Steve McQueen and Charles Bronson, is set to open in theaters...

Channing Tatum Photo Arrives from ‘The Hateful Eight’

The Weinstein Company's released numerous trailers, clips, and featurettes from The Hateful Eight, however Channing Tatum's character has been curiously missing from all of...

Tarantino’s ‘Hateful Eight’ Expands to Nearly 2,000 Screens

Following the special 70mm 'roadshow' release, The Weinstein Company announced they've expanded writer/director Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight to 1,958 screens with additional screens...

‘The Revenant’ Movie Review: A Bloody, Riveting Western

The Revenant is brutal, harsh, and unflinching in its depiction of America in the 1800s, but it doesn't include a scene of a bear...