Attack From Planet B is very proud to present its next screening event for our great followers and we have a spaghetti western classic, A Fistful Of Dollars. Where a wandering gunfighter plays two rival families against each other in a town torn apart by greed, pride, and revenge.
So head on insideto get all the details …
Quentin Tarantino’s spaghetti western opus is getting ever closer and to gear up the excitement of Django Unchained, a new trailer has been released. Showing more unseen footage and fleshing out the story a little bit more, that of a slave hunting down those that have taken his wife and wanting revenge for their deeds. With many colourful characters and cameos, including an appearance of the original Django, Franco Nero, Django Unchained looks like it could be another Tarantino classic.
So head on inside to see for yourself..
A story of three men, one a captain in the Northern American army out for justice, one a man sentenced to be hanged out for revenge and one man out for all the gold he can get; this is Bury Them Deep (All’ultimo sangue) a 1968 film from Paolo Moffa, staring Craig Hill, Ettore Manni, Giovanni Cianfriglia and Jose Greci.
So head out west for a film filled with gun-fights, knife-fights and fist-fights; gold, women and revenge. A speghetti western that has it all, even if it doesn’t all go togther. Find out more and head on inside.
We head back to the land of steely glances and trigger fingers in Demofilo Fidani’s One Damned Day At Dawn … Django Meets Sartana.
The small desert town of Black City is held in a reign of terror by a nasty gang of criminals lead by the ruthless Bud Wheeler. Earnest, but inexperienced Sheriff Jack Ronson arrives in town to establish law and order and has the help of a Mysterious bounty hunter.
Head on in partner and dust off your boots to see if this can make it ‘til dawn.
With Christmas coming and times a bit tough at the moment, wouldn’t it be nice to have something extra in your stocking come that Christmas morning. So what better way to do that, then by filling it with a selection of DVD’s from The Asylum. From Norse legends and giant whales to possessed teenagers and haunted houses. We are giving away SIX Asylum releases from this year that would stuff any Christmas stocking to bursting point.
So to find out how this great bundle of Asylum goodies can be yours head on inside to find out.
Here at Attack From Planet B we welcome to our family a new guest writer, Damian Ahuir from the Emerald Isle. A Lover of B-movie and runs the site Limited Release.
For his first contribution to the site, he brings us the review of the zombie spaghetti western, Undead or Alive by the director Glasgow Phillips.
So if you are in a for a true mash up and of genres there could be no better place to start than here, so enjoy.
It is the height of the Mexican Revolution and a gang of bandits led by El Chuncho are supporting the cause by stealing weapons and selling them on to rebel General Elias. During a daring raid on a heavily armed train, a mysterious blonde gringo surprisingly assists the bandits by killing the driver and stopping the train. Why does this gringo want to help the bandits, what reason does he have for wanting to join them in their cause?
In this 1966 spaghetti western that led the charge in politically driven westerns, Damiano Damiani brings us the first of the so called Zapata westerns, with a pointed finger at the US Government’s involvement within Central and Southern American politics at the time.
A man fueled by vengeance, with no past and no future, walks into a town in the midst of its own private war, carrying nothing but his gun and dragging a coffin behind him. This man is Django and he is a spaghetti western legend of the highest order.
Director, Sergio Corbucci brings us one the most violet visions of the old western in a film that was been copied, referenced and lorded by all those who have seen it. From warring clans-men and bandit Mexicans to stolen gold and mud wrestling bordello girls, it’s all here in Django.