SPAGVEMBERFEST 2017 - THE KILLER CALIBRE 30: DAY 12
Another double-bill today, but I’m a little pensive about this one. First up, it’s Django (Corbucci, 1966). No problem there then, right? Well, no, I suppose not, except… well, last time I watched it (a couple of Spagvembers ago, now) I didn’t especially enjoy it. I’m hoping the long lay-off will freshen it up for me.
Then, much later tonight, I’m going psychedelic, maaan, with Mátalo! (Canevari, 1970). Film barely makes a lick of sense at the best of times and the boomerang action at the climax is just hilarious (as is the horsey attack), but it manages to remain an enjoyable romp anyway. It’s a very “spag” spag at the same time as being a decidedly un-“spag” spag too, somehow. I know what I mean.