The New York Ripper
Directed by Lucio Fulci
A killer who talks like Donald Duck targets sexually active New York women, brutalizing them in increasingly twisted ways. Now It’s up to Lieutenant Williams, who knows plenty about vice, to catch the deadly Disney enthusiast. Of course, this being a Lucio Fulci film, every step closer results in dismemberment, disemboweling and death. Set in the heydey of sleazy 1980s Times Square, which was rife with adult shops, theaters, and clubs, Fulci’s sickening slasher inspired an orgy of outrage and censorship. But, um, you’re over 18, right?
A killer who talks like Donald Duck targets sexually active New York women.
Cast: Jack Hedley, Almanta Suska, Howard Ross
I loved seeing NYC in the 80's and the effects were pretty cool, otherwise, meh.
best film ever made. how it missed out on best picture we'll never know.
This was a more interesting and better film than I expected, given the description. I loved the gritty atmosphere of late 70s/early 80s New York.