The SW that is supposed to have influenced A.Margheriti in his And God Said To Cain. No doubt about it, Steffen plays a guy named Gary Hamilton and E.Fajardo plays the bad baron named Acombar…
I quite liked it to tell you the truth. The suspense is very well built on the first half hour and there’s enough mystery surrounding Hamilton’s character and the town of Paso Bravo. Some slow parts that follow unfortunately can’t keep the tension at high levels, at least not until the final scene taking place at Acombar’s place where Hamilton finally gets his revenge paying Acombar back with his own coin.
It’s obvious that the budget was relatively low, but imo the film stands quite well as whole. Steffen is above average on this one and there’s also a weird character of a frontier salesman who, among other things, charges a glass of water for 1$ and a mule for 100$, one of the film’s most ‘‘spaghettish’’ elements. The score is not a very memorable one, not bad or annoying either.
Not a classic by any stretch of imagination, but imo worthy of a view or two. 7/10