On DVD November 6, 2007 – Camp Motion Pictures RETRO-80s COLLECTION
KILLING SPREE (1987)
Tim Ritter is infamous for his outrageous, low-budget horror films including Creep, Wicked Games and Truth or Dare. His 1987 feature Killing Spree (1987), wallows in extreme violence, insanity and gore-soaked depravity. Part Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer and part Pieces, it’s a no-holds-barred glimpse into the mind of a paranoid schizophrenic and bloodthirsty psychopath — presented uncut and uncensored.
Meet Tom Russo. Creepy-looking and eccentric, there’s something not quite right about him. Dangerous even. When Tom suddenly convinces himself that his wife Leeza is sleeping around, it pushes him over the edge into full-blown, delusional madness. All-too-real images of Leeza having sex with other men ‘play’ in Tom’s diseased and tortured mind as he hunts down and sadistically murders each one suspected of nailing her. Knives, chainsaws and lawnmowers leave a trail of severed heads and splattered entrails in his grisly wake, and no one is safe from this psycho’s killing spree.