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Acid Westerns

A type of revisionist Western film that emerged in the mid 1960s (though Jodorowsky is often attributed its fatherhood with 1970’s El Topo). The term was popularized in the mid 90s in a review of Jarmusch's Dead Man. These films commonly explore social, spiritual, religious, mystical, psychedelic, and existential themes through the medium of the Western.

*I've seen a total of three of these films. If you think I've made any mistakes do call me out!

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  • Johnny Guitar
  • Lemonade Joe
  • The Shooting
  • Ride in the Whirlwind
  • Django Kill... If You Live, Shoot!
  • The Wild Bunch
  • El Topo
  • Mátalo!
  • The Ballad of Cable Hogue
  • Deadlock
  • The Hired Hand
  • Zachariah
  • The Last Movie
  • A Girl Is a Gun
  • The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean
  • Jeremiah Johnson
  • Greaser's Palace
  • Dirty Little Billy
  • Ulzana's Raid
  • Bad Company
  • The Inner Scar
  • Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid
  • Kid Blue
  • Don't Touch the White Woman!
  • Walker
  • Straight to Hell
  • Dead Man
  • Grimm
  • Renegade
  • Straight to Hell