Django Kill... If You Live, Shoot! (Italian: Se sei vivo spara, lit. If You Live Shoot), also known as Oro Hondo and simply as Django Kill!, is a 1967 Italian Spaghetti Western horror film directed and co-written by Giulio Questi.
Despite the fact that it has "Django" in its title (outside of Italy), the movie has nothing to do with the Django movies. It is well known for the surrealistic violence and for the psychedelic editing of Franco "Kim" Arcalli. Phil Hardy defines it as "the most brutally violent spaghetti western ever made". Describing the film, Christopher Frayling says that "the violence was of an extraordinarily savage kind". Antonio Bruschini writes that "this film is the first western to offer a sample of truly horrendous scenes". Marco Giusti defines the film as the most violent and bizarre ever filmed in Italy.
One week after its release, an Italian Court confiscated Django Kill for its scabrous violence. The film was re-released seven days later, with 22 minutes removed. The film had censor problems in many other countries: in the United Kingdom, the BBFC removed about half an hour of film. Recently, several DVD editions restored the removed scenes, publishing the film in an uncut and uncensored version.