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Django the last Killer & Hate Thy neighbor

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  • Actors: George Eastman
  • Directors: Fernando baldi
  • Format: NTSC, Widescreen
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1000
  • Studio: Wild East Productions
  • DVD Release Date: July 17, 2007
  • Run Time: 93 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000TT4SQO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #247,271 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A. Snyder on May 25, 2009
Being a huge Spaghetti Western fan and collector of almost everything released by Wild East, I blindly purchased this double feature like everything else I buy by the company (hey, how else can you see rare films like this?). Sadly to say these are two very weak spaghetti westerns starring the ever recognizable George Eastman (Luigi Montefiore).

The first film, Django the Last Killer, is a complete rip-off of Italy's own spaghetti western Day of Anger starring the late great Lee Van Cleef. Eastman plays a half-wit who is taken under the wing of a gunman (Anthony Ghidra) and the protege eventually turns on the master. Been there, done that many times before and always better. Like many die hard fans know the Django in the title is only a cash-in on the popular Franco Nero film and this is NOT a sequel.

The second film Hate Thy Neighbor follows in the first films footsteps of being extremely weak. It has a weak plot of double crossing to get gold. Director Ferdinando Bladi would go on later to make decent spaghettis like Texas, Adios but this is definitely not his finest effort. What's also strange with this film is Wild East seems to have gotten a print/negative with no opening credits so they ended up makeing their own credits for the film (?!?!). Sadly Wild East doesn't know how to make good opening credits like Anchor Bay did for Mario Bava's Kiddnapped/Rabid Dogs. The back of the box art says the film is in Full Screen but it is actually in 1:66:1 widescreen, which is almost full screen.

Am I upset I payed $20 for this release? Hell no as I am a collector of these rare Euro films. I however recommend people to buy other Wild East releases before this as this is definitely one of their weaker releases.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By J. Bradshaw on January 4, 2010
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Show me box office hit that didn't get ripp'd off from other
production companies,via american home grown westerns or the
spaghetti westerns made in Italy and Spain,And I'll will show you a
real bonified "cowboy",that doesn't wear underware!!.
The only critisim,that I can find,about these westerns are,are the
cheesy cowboy hats that they ware on there heads!!!.Larry Bishop in
the KILL BILL 2 movie,sum'd it up very well to Micheal Maddison at
the strip joint,that he worked at,by saying,"THOSE HAT'S...THOSE
EF'N HAT'S****Any way,back to this DVD--DJANGO THE LAST KILLER&
HATE THY NEIGHBOR.First,DJANGO(now their's a rip off)The Last Killer.A little bit of Death rides A Horse and yes,Day of Anger.
A professional gunfighter,that want's to retire out in california,
who ends up teaching his protage,the art of gunfighting and what to
expect from his apponant,and what he has to live with in the end.
and yes,like Day of Anger,DJANGO get's kill'd by his descipel.This is in my opinion a good decant spaghetti western,with a great
score by REBERTO PREGATIO.And entertaing to watch.with the violence
and grit that we love so will in these spaghetti westerns,(with out
getting rip'd off).
HATE THY NEIGHBOR:Early installment from FERNANDO BALDI.
Another great exciting,violent western,with GEORGE EASTMAN playing
a heavy bad guy and leader of a gang that is in cahoot's with the
local landowner,that,either kill's off his peons,or has them fight
to the death,with iron claws on there hands(last man standing:another rip off story line!)with also a great score.
Wild East did a superb job on this DVD.Check it out,or go to the
imdb to research,so you don't get rip'd off like the other guy!!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By William T. Wiggins on January 7, 2011
This review pertains to THE LAST KILLER.

Ramon, a peasant farmer, is suffering under the thumb of the greedy land baron Mr. Barrett. He has been beaten and run out of town by Barrett's henchmen. Worse, he has seen his family farm burned; his elderly father killed. On the outskirts of town, he comes across the solitary hitman known as Django, another man with no place in Barrett's town. The two strike up a friendship, with the elder gunman teaching Ramon the ways of the gunslinger. Eventually, will each man settle a score with Barrett ... and possibly with each other?
This modestly-plotted western by Joseph Warren/Giuseppe Vari features some nice dramatic action at the beginning and end of the film; with a long, deliberate middle section detailing the grudging friendship between the two outcasts. Despite a simple story, the film is engaging and brisk, a solid "programmer"-type picture.
Ramon is played by George Eastman, a tall, lanky Italian who bears more than a passing resemblance to Tomas Milian. Ramon is a generally decent, gentle but proud peasant who resorts to violence not as a matter of course, rather, only when he is pushed to his emotional limit by cruel, evil men. Probably safe to say that by 1967, when this film was made, the "Tomas Milian" type was already emerging as a western archetype, and Eastman plays to that standard. That said, Eastman's depth of charisma and ability to channel emotions, while passable, cannot match the natural ability of Milian. Much like every squinty-eyed loner was compared to Eastwood; every peasant turned violent would be matched against Tomas Milian.
As the gun-toting loner Django, we have Lorne Greene look-alike Anthony Ghidra.
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