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Directed by Lucio Fulci (Zombi 2, City of the Living Dead, The Beyond) 'Touch of Death' follows the gory misadventures of subdued psychopath Lester Parson (Brett Halsey) as he goes about his business seeking out lonely desperate (and mainly hideously unattractive) women in the newspaper classifieds section whom he seduces, plies with booze then maims and slices before dining on their flesh! His brutal doings don't go unnoticed as he soon becomes victim to an extortion attempt by a local tramp and that combined with his growing gambling debts leads to some rash moves by the desperate unhinged loner in this comically dark rare Fulci gem.
I loved Touch of Death. Sure the plot is thin and the acting is not that great, but I thought Brett Halsey did a pretty good job with the dark comedy and his insanity. Read morePublished on June 15, 2012 by bobzombie
By the time Touch of Death was released Italian horror cinema had pretty much seen better days. While there were some good films coming out and some talented filmmakers still going... Read morePublished on November 13, 2007 by Dave. K
...it started off pretty interesting, brutal gore effects as this guy starts chopping off a female body, then about two deaths later the movie just takes one big dump. Read morePublished on February 6, 2007 by Don Cheeto