Filipe Furtado’s review published on Letterboxd:
I love how thw Italians allowed everyone to go big on their follow ups even a third tier filmmaker like Alberto Cardone. This pushes Seven Dollrs on the Red Family tragedy into a larger pervasive poison through the whole West. Very tortured and treated like some essential tragic story of mythic porpotions. Cardone direction is much more assured and expansive. Gianni Garko is around as the bad brother called Sartana and more or less introducing his late signature character. His final duel with Steffen is quite good, even if the actors are ill-matched.