|Directed by||Yasuharu Hasebe|
|Music by||Naozumi Yamamoto|
- Joe Shishido as Ryûichi Kuroda
- Tatsuya Fuji as Eiji Kuroda
- Jirō Okazaki as Saburo Kuroda
- Hideaki Nitani as Shirasaka
- Tamaki Sawa as Shino
- Yoko Yamamoto as Aiko
- Takashi Kanda as Akazawa
- Ken Sanders as Chico
- Ryoji Hayama as Midorikawa
Massacre Gun was released theatrically in Japan on September 6, 1967. The film has receive retrospective release at film festivals, such as the 2012 Fantasia Film Festival where the film received its North American premiere.
PopMatters gave Massacre Gun a five out of ten rating, noting that the film's story was "as formulaic as possible" and that the film was " all very stylish, and that’s what director Yasuharu Hasebe offers to make the predictable story at least worth looking at." In Video Librarian, a review noted that the film contains "stylish set pieces that don't make much sense but look great" and that Massacre Gun "is a film where style is the substance, an entertaining Japanese gangster noir that will likely be appreciated by fans of Quentin Tarantino."
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- Axmaker, S. (2014). "Massacre Gun". Video Librarian. Vol. 30 no. 4. p. 42. ISSN 0887-6851.
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