DJANGO KILL… IF YOU LIVE, SHOOT! (Blu-ray)
Directed by: Giulio Questi (Death Laid an Egg)
Starring: Tomas Milian (Traffic, Run Man Run), Ray Lovelock (Let Sleeping Corpses Lie)
Release Date: July 3, 2012
This definitive presentation of DJANGO KILL! has been created from the original Italian negative with all its infamous scenes of savagery and slaughter now fully restored in stunning High Definition!
SHOCKINGLY VIOLENT AND SURREAL… A MASTERPIECE OF THE GOTHIC WESTERN!
Tomas Milian (TRAFFIC, RUN MAN RUN) stars as a half-breed bandit double-crossed and left for dead who rises from the grave to seek his revenge. But when his quest leads to a bizarre town called ‘The Unhappy Place,’ he is plunged into an odyssey of gruesome torture, graphic violence and relentless sexual depravity. This is the landmark movie that fans and critics still consider to be the strangest – and most controversial – ‘Spaghetti Western’ ever made. This is DJANGO KILL!
Director Giulio Questi (DEATH LAID AN EGG) and Co-Writer/Editor Franco Arcalli (co-writer of ONCE UPON A TIME IN AMERICA and LAST TANGO IN PARIS) shocked the world with this hallucinatory tale of greed, corruption, perversion and beyond. Also known as SE SEI VIVO SPARA (IF YOU LIVE, SHOOT!), this definitive presentation of DJANGO KILL! has been created from the original Italian negative with all its infamous scenes of savagery and slaughter now fully restored in stunning High Definition!
- Django, Tell! – Interviews with Co-Writer/Director Guilio Questi, Stars Tomas Milian and Ray Lovelock
- Theatrical Trailer
- Poster & Still Gallery
- English: DTS-HD Mono
- Italian: DTS-HD Mono
- Subtitles: English SDH, French, Spanish, English for Italian Version
- 117 Mins.
- Not Rated
- Region Code: ALL
NOTES & REVIEWS
“SHOCKINGLY VIOLENT AND SURREAL… A MASTERPIECE OF THE GOTHIC WESTERN!”
– Spaghetti Cinema
“SO EXTREME IN EVERY WAY – IT IS ONE OF THE HANDFUL OF GREAT ITALIAN WESTERNS!”
– Alex Cox, Director of Repo Man and Sid & Nancy
“So Unique That It Stands Alone As One Of The Most Daring Films Of The Late 1960s!”
– The Spinning Image
“A Spiteful, Angry, And Inhuman Vision Of the West… I Loved Every Minute!”
– The Celluloid Highway