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Niklas Pivic almost 6 years ago
Anti-feministic drivel; the results of a very limited mind.
Rebekah 3 years ago
Jonathan Ray Mitchell almost 5 years ago
Bare wire over 5 years ago
Henke 6 years ago
Ronan Conway over 6 years ago
The New York Ripper, original title Lo squartatore di New York, is a 1982 Italian horror film directed and co-written by Lucio Fulci. The film score was written by Francesco De Masi. An example of the giallo genre of Italian horror/suspense movies, a genre known for graphic violence and explicit gore and sexuality, this film was banned in many countries or released as an "adults-only" movie after heavy editing. Whilst most of Lucio Fulci's other films has been released uncut in the United Kingdom, New York Ripper remains censored to this day, even for its 2011 DVD and Blu-Ray release. An old man walking his dog in New York City near the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge is horrified when his dog retrieves a decomposed human hand. It is identified by the police as belonging to Ann-Lynne, a local prostitute. Lieutenant Fred Williams (Jack Hedley), the burned-out police detective investigating the murder, interviews the young woman's nosy and obnoxious landlady, Mrs. Weissburger (Babette New),...
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