Remember that the title precise it was A GUNMAN FOR HUNDRED CROSSES / Una pistola per centro croci (but the italian title translate are just a GUN for a hundred crosses) and entirety BLACK KILLER has been directed from Carlo Croccolo, a famous director in Italy in years ' 80 (but not for western...in those years 85% of the directors made western for the affluence of public in cinema)
This is one of the instances where a stringently low budget kind of works against Una pistola per centro croci: this one was sort of hard to follow, lacked energy and had sort of odd pacing. Kendall is good but one doesn't get the impression he has handled a gun very much, and the catfight scenes are actually more exciting than the traditional action interludes, which sort of shows the director acknowledging that there was something lacking.
Instead, Black Killer are a good spaghetti western, that is really fun. Kinski is cool as the weird lawyer that has a strange habit of transforming he's law books into deadly weapons. Great soundtrack and some nice cinematography gives the film good atmosphere and it's well worth the watch.
I don't have seen Get Mean, but creed is not a interesting...