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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Tiago Inácio's rating of the film And God Said to Cain

    a revenge western spaghetti seen through gothic horror eyes and a sense of slasher, but the killer here is the hero. great atmosphere. Kinski's the strangest hero ever in a western

  2. kopello's rating of the film And God Said to Cain

    Margheriti elevates what otherwise would've been a fun but forgettable genre flick into a dark, moody, brutal revenge flick made all the more interesting by his labyrinth-esque action set ups and an interesting family dynamic for the antagonists.

  3. ElTigreNegro's rating of the film And God Said to Cain

    Margheriti gives "And god said.." a very unique gothic horror vibe. Kinski feels more like a spirit of vengeance, haunting his enemies from the shadows. A pure moody atmosphere based flick, and a rare ocassion where Kinski is not playing the bad guy.

  4. Silenzio's rating of the film And God Said to Cain

    Margheriti was the most underrated of all the Italian directors of genres films in the 70s, maybe because he was always in Mario Bava's shadow. While he could expertly switch from genre to genre for me is naturally a horror director, which is noticeable even in this gothic western which is a rare example of an Italian genre film which really exploits Kinkis' well. The German really is on top form here

  5. Jaspar Lamar Crabb's rating of the film And God Said to Cain

    Klaus Kinski's been known to compare himself to a prostitute...hired out for the highest price...that may be true, but with this junk it's the audience that gets F*****

  6. Malkin's rating of the film And God Said to Cain

    A gothic slasher flick in the old West, but the killer is the so-called protagonist. Deeply ambiguous, mythological, haunting, surreal. Nobody ditched the idea of the narrative arc with quite the same ease as Antonio Margheriti.