KILL THEM ALL AND COME BACK ALONE (1968)

Kill Them All And Come Back Alone (1968)

Directed By Enzo G. Castellari

Starring Chuck Connors, Frank Wolf, & Franco Citti

Viewed On Amazon Prime- Good Transfer

“You know, captain, as a Southerner you made me sick. But as a Northerner, you make me vomit. “

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Here at Bad Transfer we love Chuck Connors.  Check out Devon’s review for the Mad Bomber.

I was super excited to view Kill Them All… both because of Connors & Enzo who directed Keoma, Street Law,  High Crime, The Inglorious Bastards,  A Few Dollars for Django, etc.  A total legend in Italy.  On top of that the title of the film is brilliant.  

This is a Western about a group of Confederates who try to steal a treasure of gold from Union Soldiers in 1864.  

Theres a ton of action in this movie.  So much so that it borders on ridiculous.  I sometimes felt like I was watching a kung fu movie from my youth.  Not only did the fight scenes have that vibe with dudes flying all over the place, but the subtitles were way off.  I have no idea what translation/dubbing they used for this one.  At any rate there is a really great underwater scene toward the end which is really fun to watch.  All in all I was sorta disappointed in this film maybe just due to my expectations based on KeomaKeoma is a top 5 spaghetti Western in my book.  (NW)

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NW: Nate Wilson    DC: Devon Cahill   HR: Heath Row   MA: Matt Average

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