[quote=“Ming, post:20, topic:1043”]I buy Eurowesterns & horrors that I’m after as I come across them & sometimes it’s months before I actually get 'round to watching them - when I do I usually watch a few in a row.
This is my list of Eurowesterns that I’ve not got 'round to seeing yet:
$20,000 On No. 7
Anda muchacho, spara!
Between God, The Devil And A Winchester
Fighting Fists Of Shanghai Joe, The
Find A Place To Die
Fury Of Johnny Kid
Grand Duel, The
Gun For One Hundred Graves, A
It Can Be Done, Amigo
Ringo, Face Of Revenge
This Man Can’t Die AKA Long Days Of Hate
I will probably watch Garringo next as I have been wanting to see it for a while & have just returned from Spain where I managed to buy it. ;D
After that I’ll probably watch Fury Of Johnny Kid, The Grand Duel, A Gun For One Hundred Graves & Tepepa…
Many of the films on my list appear to be below average, but if I have any in my list that are above average please let me know so I have an idea of what to watch next…[/quote]
A lot of fans seem to have Fighting Fists Of Shanghai Joe on their lists. It would be wrong to call this above average but I do love this one. It’s goofy and violent and fun. It really is one of my favorites. Even though I’m a big Lee Van Cleef fan, I liked this one better than Stranger & The Gunfighter. Chen Lee is fine and there are some colorful villians (Klaus Kinski, Robert Hundar & Gordon Mitchell). And, as I already said, it has it’s violent moments. And Chen Lee takes a stagecoach from “St. Francisco” to Texas!