Black Killer (1971)
Genre: Crime | Drama | Western
Country: Italy | Director: Carlo Croccolo
Language: English or German or Italian
or French (4 separate audio tracks) | Subtitles: None
Aspect ratio: Cinemascope 2.35:1 | Length: 91mn
Dvdrip H264 Mkv – 1001×432 – 25fps – 1.50gb
The town of Tombstone is at the mercy of five brothers, the dreaded O’Hares. An expert gunslinger, Burt (Fred Robsham), arrives on the scene and is immediately persuaded to take on the duties of sheriff. A mysterious lawyer (Klaus Kinski), lurking mostly in the background, occasionally joins in the action with his deadly law books.
A dark, gritty and to the bone nihilistic western, that is really fun to watch. By all means one of the cheaper spaghetti’s. But it’s blessed with many cool scenes of violence, strange dialog and good old sleazzzzz. There’s more than one moment of unnecessary nudity here. Don’t take it to seriously though cause it’s just a fun ride, and nothing more. The white horse Burt Collins rides is said to be the same horse that gets loaded in Cat Ballou. The actor Fred Robsahm is actually from Norway and he’s currently residing in a small town called Lillesand. He does a lot of the stunt work in this movie (not just he’s own). Kinski is cool as the weird lawyer that has a strange habit of transforming he’s law books into deadly weapons. Great soundtrack and some nice cinematography gives the film good atmosphere and it’s well worth the watch.