I looked through all three pages and was a bit surprised not to see a topic about this film, seeing as it was apparently Clint’s main inspiration for the film “High Plains Drifter” (if I missed the topic, please forgive me and feel free to delete this!).
Anyway, it’s a pretty good revenge spaghetti, with Anthony Steffen in the Django role. It has a bit of a Euro horror feel to it, with Django stepping in and out of shadows and appearing seemingly out of thin air in certain places. Even his enemies seem confused as to whether he is actually human or not. And the way he marks his enemies’ eminent death with a cross bearing their name is just to cool.
Even though I really enjoyed this film, it is a bit overhyped on the slipcase. For instance, the only way I could see this film getting an “X” rating on its initial Italian release is if someone was offended by the religious implications (the dead cowboys “crucified” on crosses on their horses being a prime example). The violence in the movie is actually pretty tame on the whole, especially when compared to the other Django films I’ve seen. Also, the VCI release has no Italian audio track or subtitles, just in case you’re interested.