Directors Duane Graves and Justin Meeks, who presented to us the horrendous “Texas Chainsaw Massacre”- wannabe, “Butcher Boys,” toss their caps into paying reverence toward the western type with their most recent, “Kill or Be Killed,” which hits DVD racks on March 1. In any case, in attempting to be a return to the class that acquainted us with ability, for example, Sergio Leone and John Ford, the couple likewise attempt to toss some horror components in with the general mish-mash – like how the shockingly great “Bone Tomahawk” did simply a year ago. The issue is that scarcely any snippet of “Kill or Be Killed” works.
Originally known as “Red on Yella, Kill a Fella,” which sounds quite a lot more exceptional, “Kill or Be Killed” seems to be nonexclusive as the film’s title. But then there are a few minutes in which, aesthetically talking, the film looks entirely great.