The Long Riders: Westerns were way out of fashion when Walter Hill directed this tale of the James Gang. It came out in 1980, the same year as the hugely costly flop "Heaven's Gate." Hill and his acting buddies showed 'em how it's done, cranking out a better western for a lot less money. The movie had heart and humor. The gunfights were messy, scary and loud. The hook was that four clans of acting brothers played the outlaw anti-heroes: three Carradines and two each from the Quaid, Keach and Guest families. David Carradine was livewire Cole Younger, who gets into a whopper of a knife fight thanks to Belle Starr. "The Long Riders" DVD came out in 2001, from MGM, and its only extra feature was a trailer. Time for a Blu-ray special edition of this influential but rarely screened western.