Samm and Kat explore one of the most infamous video nasties: Lucio Fulci’s The New York Ripper (1982). Their discussion centers on the reasons why they don’t agree with the statement that Fulci was a misogynist, the transgressive sexual themes in the film, and why sleazy New York was one of the best periods for cinema, as well as European slashers, the Italian crime genre, and much much more.
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