This is mostly Spanish production, but it combines two different types of then-popular Italian exploitation films--the gialli and the fumetti.
The gialli should be pretty familiar to everybody; the fumetti were actually Italian comic books for adults (kind of a European forerunner to graphic novels), but they served as a basis for a number of films in the late '60's and early '70's like "Barbarella", "Diabolik", "Satanik", and "Baba Yagi-the Witch".
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The crime is downplayed in the movie which is primarily a psychological exploration of these gangsters; their personal demons, and the relationships amongst themselves.Enter the childishly violent and hilariously edgy Don Logan. Through a series of side-splitting negotiations and irrevocable acts, retired crook Gal is forced to shake off the rust and accept one last mission, put forth by the menacing Logan, his ex-mentor. But this is a very odd Euro-horror film in that it's strength is not really in its directing or its acting, but in the plot.I guess I'd recommended this to anybody (especially if it ever gets a decent DVD release), but anyone who is familiar with any of the genres or people I mentioned will probably want to check it out regardless.