My favorite Back to the Future movie is the third one.

I think the humor and the adventure was at it’s peak and I love how they switch the dynamic Doc and Marty have with the introduction of Clara.

The Clint Eastwood of my childhood.
The Clint Eastwood of my childhood.

In all honesty it was probably the first “western” that I watched all the way through. My dad would have a John Wayne movie on now and again but I usually fell asleep before it was over. My dad too. It’s the same reason he watches golf.

But as I grew up and became more interested in cinema, there came a time to explore the Spaghetti Western. I fell in love with the Man with No Name Trilogy and Sergio Leone. I started exploring more genre defining titles such as The Magnificent Seven, The Outlaw Josey Wales, and The Searchers.

I especially love the movies that are “secret” westerns, one of my favorites being John Carpenter’s Assault¬†on Precinct 13.

Sit down Hawke, I'm talking about the 1976 original. You are garbage.
Sit down Hawke, I’m talking about the 1976 original. You are garbage.

Imagine my delight when I sat down with my kids to watch The Good Dinosaur only to discover that it’s a western complete with Sam Elliot.

So western board games excite me, much as the video game Red Dead Redemption did.

Western board games

I made a quick video on some that I have played.

But for real, Saloon Tycoon. This game combines a lot of things I really like in games, and I would play this anytime. Hear my thoughts and some other crazy stuff in the video at the top of the page.

And make sure to join the Board Nerds Facebook group!

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Time limit is exhausted. Please reload CAPTCHA.