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A blade-wielding psychopath is on the loose, turning The Big Apple bright red with the blood of beautiful young women. As NYPD detectives follow the trail of butchery from the decks of the Staten Island Ferry to the sex shows of Times Square, each brutal murder becomes a sadistic taunt. In the city that never sleeps, he's the killer that can't be stopped!
Written and directed by acclaimed horror maestro Lucio Fulci (ZOMBIE, CITY OF THE LIVING DEAD) and filmed on location in the mean streets of New York City, this is one of Fulci's most savage and controversial thrillers. Now remastered in blood-soaked High-Definition from its original camera negative, THE NEW YORK RIPPER is presented completely uncut and uncensored with exclusive new Extras!
"I'm an Actress!" - Interview with Zora Kerova
NYC Locations Then and Now
I knew a little about this film from an expert in "history's sickest and sexiest movies" who called it "vile. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Matthew Snope
Who knew depraved indifference could be so entertaining. The cinematography is unique to say the least, with special effects to die for!Published 3 months ago by Megan
Buy it! I really don't get what freaked people out and I was engrossed beginning to end. The torture crud that comes out these days is more disturbing in my opinion. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Brianna D.
Fulci makes a giallo/slasher film set in New York, I had to check this out! The killer talks like a duck which is pretty bizarre! The acting was ok and the film is shot amazing!!!! Read morePublished 7 months ago by D Bourgie
If you love Lucio Fulci, then you already know this is a sick and twisted classic. If you don't know about his films, then look this up before you buy it. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Chris
this was not a bad movie pretty good for the era it was made typical slasher film of the timePublished 7 months ago by stoneyloc