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Maurizio Merli (the iconic star of the 70s Italian cop movies) stars as a hatchet-wielding bounty hunter with a dark past and an even more desperate future. But when he disrupts the balance of power in a corrupt mining town, he unleashes a firestorm of brutality, betrayal and cold-blooded murder. Now, on man stalks a savage land where justice walks a razor and no bullets slice deeper than vengeance. He is A MAN CALLED BLADE.
John Steiner (SALON KITTY, CALIGULA) and Donal O'Brien (RUN MAN RUN, KEOMA) co-star in this muddy, bloody and extreme 'Spaghetti Western' that is truly a cut above the rest. Co-written and directed by the notorious Sergio Martino (TORSO, MOUNTAIN OF THE CANNIBAL GOD), MANNAJA: A MAN CALLED BLADE has been fully restored from original Italian vault materials including its infamous 'eyeball torture' scenes.
One great western that is unique. A man with a hatchet and pistol roams the west in search of work and a score must be settled. It has an interesting theme song to boot.Published 2 months ago by Anonymous Rogue
Awesome movie love the spaghetti westerns This is a true classic A Must own of the genrePublished 3 months ago by DeathSSpell
Although the dvd came on time the disc case was smashed and damaged the dvd's artwork slightly.... Was disappointedPublished 7 months ago by Dan
Made in '77, this Spaghetti was late in the genre's cycle and shows much more craft than earlier films which were cranked right out of the assembly line. Read morePublished on March 3, 2010 by William T. Wiggins
I just received this title and boy! I am impressed! The transfer quality is FLAWLESS! The packaging is bee-yoo-tiful! Read morePublished on March 21, 2008 by Charles H. Cook Jr.
It's commonly said - and with good reason - that the movie 'The Man Called Blade' is the last entry in the interesting genre named 'western spaghetti' that dominated the Italian... Read morePublished on April 1, 2004 by Durango Kid
The music was a real letdown for me. I think that music in a movie can become something like a supporting cast member, but this music (by Guido e Maurizio De Angelis) just didn't... Read morePublished on September 6, 2003 by FrontPage
A very late entry into Italian western genre from Sergio Martino, better known as director of the "cannibal" exploit movies. Read morePublished on August 12, 2003 by Montoya
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|Petition to release MGM owned spaghetti westerns on the dvd format||
sign me up!!!!I'm a big fan of spaghetti westerns,since the sixties.all though I know that some are beyond restoration???maybe?? I wish that somebody would remaster "DEATH RIDES A HORSE" AND FOR GOD SAKES BRING "THE BIG GUNDOWN" W/LEE VAN CLEEF AND TOMAS MILIAN to DVD,since I... Read More
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