Can anyone help me with this?
Apart from Keoma and Mannaja was there any more of these sort of gothic Italian westerns made?
django the bastard django kill… 4 for apocalyspe matalo death played the flute. these may have what you seek.
Johnny Hamlet has some Gothic aspects to it. Not a typical SW, it is actualy an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Blood at Sundown aka One Thousand Dollars on the Black has an old woman in a Norman Bates type house which gives a Gothic element to the film.
What about “And God said to Cain” ? No real twilight stuff, but kinda atmosphere…
[quote=“Charlie Parker, post:1, topic:357”]Can anyone help me with this?
Apart from Keoma and Mannaja was there any more of these sort of gothic Italian westerns made?[/quote]
Maybee Django Kill also?
heres some more strange and gothic themed spaghettis
more dollars for mcgreggors
requiem for a gringo
tails you loose
wanted johnny texas