Django il bastardo (Django the Bastard) (Stranger's Gundown) (The Strangers Gundown) (1974) - Rotten Tomatoes

Django il bastardo (Django the Bastard) (Stranger's Gundown) (The Strangers Gundown) (1974)

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A mysterious, vengeful stranger rides into town and creates all sorts of havoc in this spaghetti western. It seems there are a number of people on his list and the day before he kills each one, he places a cross with that person's name on it in the middle of the street. It is a rough town, and many people die from the stranger's bullets. After exacting his final revenge, the stranger leaves the town as mysteriously as he came. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi

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Audience Reviews for Django il bastardo (Django the Bastard) (Stranger's Gundown) (The Strangers Gundown)

Simply awesome!

Tim Salmons
Tim Salmons

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This unusual horror film is one of the best examples of the spaghetti western genre. The plot is the standard "lone stranger seeking revenge," but in this instance, it's not clear if the stranger is a man or just a ghost. This aspect of the story, which is heightened by spooky music and scenes in fog-filled cemeteries, really sets this film apart. The soundtrack is also excellent, with lots of distorted guitars and sci-fi organ music.

Cassandra Maples
Cassandra Maples

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