My favorite part about massacre time is Franco Nero as Tom. It works really well, especially the entire first half of the story, which deals with Tom obtaining a letter sending him home. All is not right at home however, and he quickly learns his home has been taken over by the "Scott" family. My second favorite part about Massacre time was when we met Jeff. Jeff (George Hilton) is a low life, drunk, who has hard time dealing with the death of his family members. I won't give to much away, but the rest of the story deals with Tom coming to conclusion on who he really is and why the letter was sent to him. Their's one good twist, plenty of shootouts/ bar room fights, and and an excellent score.