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Christopher Forsley
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Christopher Forsley lives on the edge of San Francisco.  He writes film criticism, comics, and the occasional humorous essay.  In addition to PopMatters, his work as appeared in VICE, The Rumpus, Film Monthly, The Daily Caller, and SF Weekly.  He wrote the Forsley Feuilleton column at PANK, Last Gasp distributes a few of his books, and PORK carries the Dirty Klown comic strip he creates with Cameron Forsley, his brother and illustrator.


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Thursday, September 18 2014

'7 Hours of Gunfire' Attempts to Bring the Legends of the Wild West to the Spaghetti Western Genre

Since childhood, I have been attached to those legendary figures of the Wild West listed in the synopsis of 7 Hours of Gunfire.


Wednesday, September 10 2014

'Minnesota Clay' Is an Early Checkpoint in the Development of the Great Sergio Corbucci

Minnesota Clay is a rocky but nonetheless promising start for legendary director Sergio Corbucci.


Wednesday, September 3 2014

With an Extra 20 Minutes, 'The Grand Duel' Could Have Grasped Greatness

Watching The Grand Duel, it's easy to see why Quentin Tarantino picked it as one of his Top 15 spaghetti westerns.


Wednesday, August 27 2014

I Kept Waiting for Lee Van Cleef to Save 'God's Gun' With His Duel Roles

It's not the worst picture ever made, or even the worst Spaghetti Western, but its many low-points bury its few high-points.


Wednesday, August 20 2014

'Four of the Apocalypse' Is Unrelenting in its Mournful and Mesmerizing Moodiness

Four of the Apocalypse's stereotypical and almost satirical character depictions and its pilgrimage structured plot-line chronicles a voyage to redemption.


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