Westworld Season 1 is dense with symbolism, deftly interwoven, and beautifully visualized
This 1987 Penelope Spheeris film is a comedy/western that is indelibly linked to its era with some good rock moments and some absurdities.
This disappointing western is only a curiosity for including an iconic Wild West character, but its bad acting and bad dialogue mean you should give it a pass.
Sofia Coppola offers up a distinctly female point of view in her successful remake of this Civil War-era set thriller.
A throwback to the early western deconstructions, this James Mangold remake has aged well and finds new life in a solid 4K Utra HD release for its 10th Anniversary.
AMC’s epic five-year western series concludes with the back half of the final season on Blu-ray.
The new restoration of Robert Altman’s elegiac 1971 deconstructed western is brought to life on Blu-ray by Criterion Collection.
Nicholas Ray’s unusual and colorful ‘feminist’ western with the powerful Joan Crawford arrives in a new 4K restoration from Olive Signature
Antoine Fuqua resurrects the western remake of Kurosawa’s epic ‘Seven Samurai’ with a contemporary western remake of his own.
Olive Signature launches with Gary Cooper as the steely-nerved marshal Kane abandoned with his principals in this gripping classic western.