Featuring a live introduction by acclaimed filmmaker and genre expert Alex Cox (Repo Man, Sid & Nancy, Walker)!
Italian snacks will be available for sale at this screening, including cannoli from Fresco Pizzeria!
Director Giulio Questi (Death Laid an Egg) and co-writer/editor Franco Arcalli (co-writer of Sergio Leone’s Once Upon a Time in America) shocked the world with this gothic, hallucinatory tale of greed, corruption, perversion and beyond! In Django Kill, also known as Se Sei Vivo Spara (If You Live, Shoot), genre mainstay Tomas Milian (Run Man Run) stars as a double-crossed bandit who is left for dead before rising from the grave to seek his bloody revenge.
“A treat! Among Spaghetti Westerns, Django Kill is among the craziest, most violent, and balls-out insane of the bunch.” – J. Hurtado, Screen Anarchy
But when his quest leads to a bizarre town called The Unhappy Place, his is plunged into an odyssey of gruesome torture, graphic violence and relentless sexual depravity. A landmark movie frequently referred to as the strangest – and most controversial – Spaghetti Western ever made, this newly-restored, definitive edition of Django Kill has been created from the original Italian negative with all of its infamous (and often censored) scenes of savagery, slaughter and strangeness intact! (Dir. by Giulio Questi, 1967, Italy/Spain, in English, 100 mins., Not Rated)