An adaptation that only feels more and more exceptional as time passes.
The ruthless violence Bronson fans show up for, with a heaping dose of allegory.
A ceaselessly paced B-picture on a gorgeous Blu-ray.
For Universal horror completists only.
Early promise and a strong finish but otherwise limp.
A pretty standard Western until a shocking final 15 minutes.
A slightly more violent version of the usual 1960s Western.
Olivia De Havilland gives a fantastic in an iffy 1970s TV movie.
A nearly 91-year-old movie has never felt fresher.
A tense, thrilling short story about a woman out of options.