It would have been better if the whole film had suffered the same fate as the evil Ehtar in this clip. There is a classic line here that I've remembered ever since I saw the film at a drive-in in 1963...
Gene Hackman's demise in "The Unforgiven" when Clint tells him "Fair's got nothing to do with it"
Not graphic or novel in design, just plainly spoken 'chickens comin home to roost' fatalism.
Ah, but it isn't 'chickens come home to roost'. The whole point of that line is that in the killer mind there is no forgiveness or punishment or retribution or karma or reward. Little Bill, 'I was building a house' is a reference to the old biblical story of the 'rich man' who was building barns, but death knows no distinctions.
'I'll see you in Hell.'
The only distinction is that Munny knows the score, admits what he is, whilst sadistic Little Bill deludes himself that he's somehow righteous, but the same fate meets them all.
'I was lucky in the order'. You could say THAT was fatalism.
How about another classic James Bond moment - where Auric Goldfinger gets sucked out of the plane after he and Bond struggle to get the gun, resulting in which Bond shoots the window, and Goldfinger gets sucked out like a life sized doll?