Filipe Furtado’s review published on Letterboxd:
Sergio Martino's lesser brother Alberto directed this uneven collection of shootouts. There's some good ideas (the use of the kid haunting the action), some decent staged action scenes, lots of dead time, abland lead performance from Harrison and for a western that is all exteriors uninspired landscape work troughout. Routine, but not devoid its enjoyable bits. Curious how by this point a Spanisj shoot western like this could still suggest an American B more than post Leone spaghetti, but then Alberto always seemed to have his focus on the American market.