Out Now Commentary: Tombstone (1993)


It’s the final Out Now with Aaron and Abe commentary track of the year, will this one be your huckleberry? Well, you’re a daisy if you listen, as the guys decided to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Tombstone. Aaron is joined by Brandon Peters, Jim Dietz, and Ben Konowitz for a look back at the Kurt Russell-Val Kilmer two-hander, and they have plenty to talk about. Listen as they have plenty of fun going over just how well this Hollywood western stacks up to the films it pays tribute to, let alone the time period it is based on. Also enjoy plenty of thoughts about the cast, the construction of the movie, some big tangents, and so much more. So now, if you’ve got an hour to kill…

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