Pretty odd spaghetti western stands out from the conventions of the genre with some offbeat gothic elements and particularly graphic violence. It's not without its flaws, including a lack of visual flair at times, and Ivan Vandor's Morricone-knock-off score gets pretty repetitive. But a number of outrageous moments make it a cult classic and one of the most memorable of its genre.
Surreal italo western with an odd score, a very ambigious protagonist that basically is just an expectator for most of the movie, and the most perverse town people in the history of westerns. A unique odd beast of a movie.