Walter Hill

40 years on, Southern Comfort remains a punishing study of male violence

By Johnny Restall

Released in 1981, Walter Hill’s backwater thriller is at once a celebration and a critique of masculinity in crisis.

Walter Hill’s new western pits Christoph Waltz against Willem Dafoe

By Charles Bramesco

They’ll play a bounty hunter and an outlaw, respectively, in the veteran director’s upcoming Dead for a Dollar.

Red Earth Resistance – Remembering Geronimo: An American Legend

By James Clarke

Walter Hill’s under-appreciated historical drama reminds us how powerful Hollywood cinema can be.

How The Driver set the LA noir genre in motion

By William Carroll

Walter Hill’s cult film is full of intense car chases and silent antiheroes.

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