Eventually the idea went as far as it could, but WCW continued to keep the horsemen going as they slowly faded into irrelevance.
This is a sentimental, but honest look at the various incarnations of the horsemen, their impact on wrestling, and their eventual decline. Four of the five original horsemen are interviewed, along with Barry Windham, Eric Bischoff and Dean Malenko.
There is a small, but stellar, collection of matches, including Flair's famous steel cage match with Ricky Morton during the 1985 Great American Bash tour, a superb Wargames match with the Horsemen taking on Dusty Rhodes, Steve Williams, Lex Luger, Nikita Koloff, and Paul Ellering from 1988.
A good featuring Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard taking on Sting and Nikita Koloff, and another one their matches with Barry Windham and Lex Luger, which led to Windham joining the horsemen.
It also features a first Blood match between Tully Blanchard and Dusty Rhodes, a decent PPV match between Ric Flair and Arn Anderson from Fall Brawl 1995, and a six man tag match from 1985 with Blanchard, Arn and Flair taking on Pez Wheatley, The Italian Stallion and Rocky King.
Also included are some classic skits and promos from the horsemen, nearly all of which are spoken about in the documentary.
Between the fascinating subject matter and the bonus disc delivering what it promises by showing the promos and matches spoken about in the doco in full, this is the best DVD the WWE have ever produced and one of the best about pro wrestling anywhere, Superb.