Inglorious Bastards DVD review

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After The Dirty Dozen was released in 1967, it was a big smash in Europe and it soon spawned a whole bunch of remakes by Italian directors. In the late 70s, Italian master director Enzo G. Castellari did his own spin on the “men on a mission” film with Quel Maledetto Treno Blindatto aka The Inglorious Bastards. Being an incredible stylist of cinema, Il Maestro Castellari brought a wild, raucous vision of war to the screen and the film has since become a cult classic for film geeks. […] For fans of Euro exploitation cinema and Macaroni Combat (Italian war-action films), Inglorious Bastards is a must see. This 3 Disc set is a real treat and should be in every fans collection. Severin Films did an excellent job putting it all together. I really hope to see many more of these kinds of great genre releases from them in the future! Click here to read the whole review

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