An Eye for an Eye (1966)

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A former bounty hunter teams up with a younger one, to track down and kill the wanted gang leader who murdered his wife and little boy.


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28 August 2017 | jlthornb51
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| An Ugly Film in as Many Ways As Possible.
Disgusting, tasteless, and pointless film drenched in cruelty, hate, and obscene violence. The acting is as wooden as the characters are shallow and hateful. Lone Pine is certainly at its best, although, Lucian Ballard's usually excellent cinematography is lackluster. It appears Embassy Pictures tried to save money by having the print processed at Fotomat. The direction is uninspired except to depict the soul-dead characters as beyond redemption and the violence as both just plain stupid and sickening. The sadism depicted is unique and absolutely pointless. To think that in 1966 anyone actually bought a ticket to see this garbage in a theater is beyond imagination.

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