Slick style, the coolest characters, great writing, and hilarious b-movie glory, Six-String Samurai is a cult classic. Buddy is quite possibly the coolest character in cinema history, but he is sadly paired with the most annoying character in cinema history, that stupid kid and that blood-retching sound that comes out of his mouth. But in the end, i suppose his character ties into the story's structure. And that's were the film's brilliance shines through, protruding from the scattered randomness that seems to be this film's downfall, but is actually it's shining savior. Amidst all the ridiculousness, and the campy b-movie stupidity, there is still a deeply profound narrative structure, that is thought-provoking, and emotionally satisfying. Albeit it does feel a bit too weird and camp for it's own sake at times, the delivery in its narrative is still there, even if you need to do a bit of rummaging through the madness to find it. Oh, and the soundtrack! Oh, the soundtrack! The music in this film is just audible nectar for the ears, and it helps establish and amplify the addictive tone that gives this film it's unique and original feel.