Sergio Leone's Man With No Name Trilogy is now on Bluray (has been for a while) and a few nights ago I revisited the first film, A Fistful Of Dollars. If you have never seen it or are not familiar with Leone's work then what the hell are you doing reading this? Stop, take a deep breath (its ok) and watch one of his films. What a magnificent film this one is! People have different reasons for loving his work and cinematography and pacing are always top contenders but for me it amounts to his opening scenes. None more phenomenal than the opening moments of Once Upon A Time In The West... however Clint Eastwood's entrance in A Fistful Of Dollars is nevertheless a show stopper. Cool, calm and ever menacing... my god, it's chilling. Of course it continued with two sequels, of which can both be discussed and debated feverishly but whatever conclusions you come to, this trilogy is undeniably one of the greatest events in the genre's history. And don't even start me on Ennio Marricone's score....