What's your favorite spaghetti western subgengre?


(Silence) #1

Mine is twilight or snow western.


(Bad Lieutenant) #2

Where’s the porn option?


(Bill san Antonio) #3

[quote=“Bad Lieutenant, post:2, topic:1641”]Where’s the porn option?[/quote]yeah!?

kung fu western should be in too.


(The Swede) #4

I like the comedy westerns the most I think. I havent seen a ton but the ones with Terrence Hill are fun.


(I...I...Idiot) #5

I’m not sure I’d like to see folks as dirty as SW characters… you know…! Maybe chick on chick :o


(Bad Lieutenant) #6

Palle in canna! is a pretty good pornographic spaghetti western.

Database entry:
http://www.spaghetti-western.net/index.php/Palle_in_canna!

I’d rank it higher than a lot of regular spaghetti westerns.
Then of course there are also more drama oriented spaghetti westerns, gothic spaghetti westerns, trash westerns and, as Bill San Antonio pointed out, kung fu spaghetti westerns.

By the way, snow western? I can only think of one, maybe two if you count Cut throats nine, which is hardly a western at all.


(Søren) #7

That goes for most porn really :slight_smile:

There are also the Zanna Bianca movies but they are also only borderline westerns and are of course anyways totally different to The Great Silence … I remember seing some other spaghetti western which took place at least partly in snow but damn if I can remember the title now.


(ENNIOO) #8

Love the scenery in snow westerns.


(chuck connors brother) #9

Taste of Death is a good snow western and Four of the Apocalypse has snow. Can’t imagine many people ranking Kung Fu Spaghettis above the ones listed.


(Dillinger) #10

How about autumn westerns? I think autumn always suits the Italian landscape, as in Chuck Mool.

Out of the options I picked the snowy one, although there aren*t that many of them.


(valenciano) #11

I like the zapata ones, even though they are in my eyes not really a subgenre like twillight or horror ones. They are almost a complete genre on their own.
Like the influences of politics on them, even if i am not very left wing, i think they nicely show how revolutions affect people, and also how power affects and changes people (tepepa).
my favourite genre, but it also has some mixed genres like companeros with a lot of comedy elements.


(Novecento) #12

[quote=“valenciano, post:11, topic:1641”]I like the zapata ones, even though they are in my eyes not really a subgenre like twillight or horror ones. They are almost a complete genre on their own.
Like the influences of politics on them, even if i am not very left wing, i think they nicely show how revolutions affect people, and also how power affects and changes people (tepepa).
my favourite genre, but it also has some mixed genres like companeros with a lot of comedy elements.[/quote]

Couldn’t have put it better myself.


(Silver) #13

Well…i voted for the snow ones, mainly on the strength of Tase Of Death. Twilights would come second. Still don’t think Zapata’s are westerns though…


(ENNIOO) #14

Does anyone ever make a snowman in one of the snow Spaghetti westerns I wonder…


(Dillinger) #15

Kinski made a lot of snowmen… :wink:

Maybe you can find a snowman in a wildfang version. There are always nasty kids, maybe one of them made one.


(ENNIOO) #16

With a devil face :D.


(alk0) #17

I choose Zapatas. Viva la revolucion!


(Dillinger) #18

Good choice, man.

Why aren’t there some snow-zapatas?


(korano) #19

Run Man Run has some snow. But it isn’t really a Zapata.

I really enjoy Zapatas because they are very fun. But my favorite subgenre is definetly the twilights. Dark, moody, violent ballads that have great music and stricking imagery.


(Dillinger) #20

So how about snowy mexican twilights?