The remote Lancaster, California chapel used for a wedding day shoot-out in Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill has been vandalised by a suspected Los Angeles gang.

The Calvary Baptist Church, which housed the gruesome scene, was covered with graffiti during a Halloween (31OCT05) attack.

But PASTOR ORBIN LOVE insists the attack was random, and has nothing to do with Kill Bill.

He says, "If the vandals are targeting my church, it's because maybe they are getting a devilish-like invitation from somebody who doesn't want us there."

The attack is the sixth since Love took over the Spanish-style chapel in 1997.

The chapel has also appeared in Robert De Niro's 1981 film TRUE CONFESSIONS and Jean-Claude Van Damme's DESERT HEAT.