When a farmer's wife is brutally murdered by the ruthless bandit Bobby Durango and his gang of killers, Billy Rogers goes back to his old gun and starts to hunt them one by one.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Bobby Durango
Billy Rogers
Sheriff Morris
Joseph 'Two Gun Joe' Ross
Grace Rogers
Nacho Diáz ...
Bad Boy Cruz
The Deputy Johnny Green
Skinny Man
Lupita (as Naila Ma)
Son of a Bitch #1
Jim Wilcott


This is a Grindhouse style Spaghetti Western shot and made to look like the classic European Westerns of the 1960s and 1970s - True to the form of how they were filmed in the late 1960s, all the way down to the dubbing of the audio. Enjoy this great throwback to the old style with a brand new story in 6 BULLETS TO HELL! Also enjoy the "Drive-in Style' version with two Grindhouse trailers before the film begins.

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Release Date:

10 May 2016 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

¡Seis Balas al Infierno!  »

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Sound Mix:

(Dolby 5.1)| (RCA Sound Recording)


Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Billy Rogers: I'll tell you what I'm thinking, I'm thinking I'm going to find each and every one of these bastards and send each and everyone of them right to hell.
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6 Bullets to Hell
Written by Nick Reynolds and Edward Rose
Performed by Nick Reynolds, Edward Rose,
Aurora Dawn Ellis and Andrew Blick
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A Superb Effort in Reviving The Spaghettis of The 60s
4 July 2015 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

A welcome yet unimaginative take on your average revenge western, shot in Spain.

The script lines up a domino gang of killer-rapists to be exterminated by our hero. The authentic Tabernas and Almeria locations are beautifully captured in Olivier Merkx's cinematography and there is a cast of memorable faces. Most accompany decent performances and fulfill their roles. There are some well-shot action scenes, luckily free of any overly-clever gun- play of the spagehtti western genre. Directors Tanner Beard and Russell Cummings are also bold enough to include modern segments of atmosphere and surreal moods. These are the movie's highlights.

Lead Crispian Belfrage, as the protagonist, sports a strange accent and his early dirt-farmer scenes stretch credibility. He seems incapable of growing crops or doing much beyond hammering nails. This, until his wife's murder transforms him into a steely avenger.

The nasty gang of killers are exceptional, with Tanner Beard, himself, and his wretched crew filling the boots of earlier spaghetti hoods nicely--from Mario Braga to Lee Van Cleef. Both Aaron Stielstra and Ken Luckey are standouts.

The multi-artist score boasts an impressive Morricone song, but the original soundtrack pieces by Stielstra and others provide the movie some much needed depth and ominous atmosphere. Chris Casey also provides a thrilling action piece that deserves mention.

Overall, a movie that is fast and exciting, yet remains too unwilling to adopt a more imaginative story. This doesn't free it from its many cliché's. Still, check it out!

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