[quote=“Reverend Danite, post:2, topic:1175”]Well a blind gunman gotta be weird … so that’ll be Blindman then.
But still with Tony Anthony - wierd weopons, weird characters and well, overall weirdness (vikings??!!), Get Mean/Timebreaker takes the biscuit on that score.[/quote]
Oooh Get Mean sounds very interesting! Didn’t get much positive praise, but I’m pretty forgiving as I am used to the low standards of exploitation cinema.
That almost sounds as villains that would appear in a Jimmy Wang Yu flick. I also see that “Get Mean” is the last film in a trilogy? How are the others?
Blindman sounds interesting too, is it a bit like the Zatoichi’s in concept?
[quote=“scherpschutter, post:4, topic:1175”]Alk0 is right about Duck you Sucker and The Specialists : they’re unusual, but not really in the sense you described
John/Sean in Duck you Sucker uses dynamite, though
A Bullet for Sandoval is a more classical Spanish story about honour, dressed up as a spaghetti western
It doesn’t fit your description[/quote]
What interested me in “Duck You Sucker” is indeed the dynamite user, but I also saw handguns in screenshots (I think they where not supposed to excist yet).
As for “A Bullet for Sandoval” I just saw a picture of 4 guys in a bull arena, and I liked that setting.
[quote=“scherpschutter, post:4, topic:1175”]For the English speaking crowd here:
This man Loempiavreter is Dutch and likes loempias (Chinese or Indonesian egg-rolls), and likes them very much, he doesn’t eat (eet) them, but gorges (vreet) them![/quote]
Ik kon ook wel een Vlaam zijn of niet (maar dat ben ik niet).
[quote=“Yodlaf Peterson, post:5, topic:1175”]Matalo is one of the strangest westerns i have seen and definately worth a watch.
I’m tempted to watch it one time under the influence.
Another bizzare western is Blueberry (Renegade in the U.S.) directed by Jan Kounen and starring Vincent Cassell made in 2004, it’s not a spaghetti but it was filmed at Texas Hollywood which makes it warrant a viewing in my eyes.[/quote]
Thanks, I’m gonna track down Matalo. I already own Blueberry and I did like it, last part became to pyschedelic for me though.
@All who welcomed me