A new 4K restoration of the 1968 Spaghetti Western classic Kill Them All and Come Back Alone starring Chuck Connors (Geronimo, Soylent Green) and directed by Enzo G. Castellari (The Inglorious Bastards, High Crime), now available on DVD & Blu-ray for the first time in the UK.
In 1864, mercenary Clyde McKay leads a squad of determined daredevils tasked with a dangerous mission by Captain Lynch of the Confederate high command: to infiltrate and raid a Unionist army fortress where a million dollars in gold has been hidden in boxes of dynamite.
A single Colt bullet could send the whole treasure sky high but for these scoundrels – Lynch the killer, Deker the dynamite specialist, Hoagy the hit man, Blade the knife expert, the vicious Kid and Bogard with his brute strength – nothing is impossible. Only madmen could pull off such a job, piercing the enemy lines at the only river crossing and creating a diversion for the garrison where the arsenal is situated.
But before long the betrayals begin as the men attempt to double cross each other in order to take the money for themselves in this bloodthirsty Civil War tale of revenge.
Part of the STUDIOCANAL Cult Classics collection, featuring both Italian and English language options and an exclusive set of art cards. Also known in Italian as Ammazzali tutti e torna solo.
You can pre-order HERE.
A collection of new and old special features, including:
Audio commentary with filmmaker and fan Alex Cox
British filmmaker Alex Cox (Sid & Nancy, Repo Man) and presenter of the BBC series Moviedrome dissects the film in an audio commentary.
Shoot to Kill, Aim to Thrill – An Interview with Enzo G. Castellari
A newly filmed interview with director Enzo G. Castellari, looking back at the making of the film.
Shoot-Outs in the Old Spaghetti West – Romolo Guerrieri on a Family of Filmmaking
A new featurette on how Enzo G. Castellari was born into a family of filmmakers.
Italy’s Cult Auteur of Action Cinema – A Critical Retrospective of Enzo G. Castellari
A new critical retrospective on director Enzo G. Castellari and his place in film history.
A stunning selection of on set photography from the film.