‘Its hard to find a good ” Django” film after Sergio Corbuccis original, even though, after its success, there were hundreds of films which boasted themselves with the title “Django”. Sadly most of these films used the name as a marketing strategy to boost ticket sales. The main characters often had nothing to do with the Django that Corbucci established, sometimes they didn’t even have his name attached to them.
“Django, Prepare a Coffin” is one of those rare films that use the existing character, with all its quirks, and is able to bring him to life in a new scenario with a new actor.’
—Nolden of LETTERBOXD
DJANGO UNCHAINED- Tarantino is hit and miss for me, but this trailer looks interesting. What really sold me with it though, is that little cameo portion with Franco Nero, the original Django. Easily my favorite part of the trailer. And Franco Nero looks surprisingly the same. So yeah, this is one I’ll be there for come… the Mass of Christ.
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