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One of the best spaghetti westerns ever made with an odd sort of Gothic feel to it.
If you have a tough side but don't like spoilers, it's your option to read or not to, but I suggest you skip the slight spoiler.
It didn't help either when townspeople discovered gold in an injured man's body and used their bare hands to dig them out.
A western from 1967, by Italian director Giulio Questi, and also known as “Se sei vivo spara” or “Oro Maldito”. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nostalgicman
Django Kill is one of the best unofficial sequels to the classic Spaghetti-Western Django. A man left for dead goes against those who betrayed him. Read morePublished 3 months ago by anonymous rogue
it definitely falls under the bad western category, but if that's what you're looking for then this is a good one.Published 12 months ago by Jeff A.
Great spaghetti western. The "Hero" uses gold bullets in his gun so every time he kills someone the onlookers rush to the corpse to dig out the bullets.Published 12 months ago by M. Ferguson
This is a good movie.Spaghetti western fans should have it in their collection.I liked this movie....good quality picture and sound.Published 18 months ago by Gina Anca
This film was considered so offensive when it was new that censors in various countries
pulled as much as twenty-two minutes out of it. Read more
Like some people on here have stated this is a very strange movie and its pretty gory for its time. I think the problem i had with this movie is that its very slow and the ending... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Scorpio
This review relates to Blue Underground's 2012 BLU-RAY edition.
Though quite unusual for a Spaghetti Western, at least part of the reason DJANGO KILL is so often noted... Read more
This movie is a real turd, which I half expected. The acting is bad, the filming bad, the story ridiculous, and it's pretty grainy and choppy. Read morePublished on October 11, 2012 by DannMann