Michael Blanton’s review published on Letterboxd:
Finally watched 10,000 dollari per un massacro last night and thoroughly enjoyed it. Quite gothic and weird, my kind of film. Had forgotten that Camaso (sad life) was Volonte's bro, till Garko discussed in the interview on the disc. As Prospero notes Ermelinda De Felice 's performance has to be seen to be believed (she's quite the dancer). Orlandi's score, with it's church bells and musical saw, adds a a familiar - yet wonderfully odd - atmosphere to the proceedings.