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The Best DVDs of 2008

30 December 2008 9:01 PM, PST | avclub.com | See recent The AV Club news »

With on-demand and digital options threatening to make physical discs obsolete and the extremely impressive Blu-Ray format currently doing little but reissuing favorites from studios' increasingly picked-over vaults, the golden age of DVDs might be over. But we still easily found 10 items that make the format seem far from dead. 1. The Films Of Budd Boetticher (Columbia) Practically since the invention of the DVD, fans of classic westerns have been clamoring for the release of the seven films director Budd Boetticher made with star Randolph Scott between 1956 and 1960. In 2006, Paramount released a nice edition of the first film in the series, 7 Men From Now, and this year Columbia followed suit with the five in their vaults: Buchanan Rides Alone, Comanche Station, Decision At Sundown, and the two masterpieces Ride Lonesome and The Tall T. The set adds a superb feature-length documentary about »

- Scott Tobias, Noel Murray, Nathan Rabin, Keith Phipps

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On DVD: The Films of Budd Boetticher, "Camp de Thiaroye"

11 November 2008 7:05 AM, PST | ifc.com | See recent IFC news »

By Michael Atkinson

The last of the red hot Golden Age Hollywood genre buckaroos, Budd Boetticher represented a long-vanished prototype: the man's man studio director who, before turning gruffly to making pictures, had spent years being a boxer or a stevedore or a soldier or what have you. Today, filmmakers pay their dues by earning six figures shooting shampoo commercials; then, a man who made westerns or war movies or gangster films was a man who had lived in the world and returned with a heartful of brutal and hopeful business you can't learn by watching other movies. In a sense, Boetticher outdid the competition by becoming a professional Mexican matador right out of college -- a scenario difficult to beat for hard-won iron-man chops in Tinseltown. Of course his biography influences how his best films -- the westerns he made between 1956 and 1960 -- have been perceived and why they've been canonized, »

- Michael Atkinson

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Gems Are Best Westerns

4 November 2008 8:18 AM, PST | NYPost.com | See recent New York Post news »

Oscar "Budd" Boetticher may not be as well known a Western director as John Ford, but he's got quite a fan club among filmmakers - Clint Eastwood and Quentin Tarantino, for starters.

Martin Scorsese and Taylor Hackford join them in singing the director's praises in a feature-length documentary included in the long-awaited "The Films of Budd Boetticher," a DVD set out today from Sony. It is the first effort in a collaboration with the Film Foundation, »

- By LOU LUMENICK

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