New York Ripper DVD

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It's a nice place to visit but you wouldn't want to die there! 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 The New York Ripper is one of Fulci's most savage and controversial thrillers.

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Released
31 August 2009
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Argent Films Ltd 
Classification
Runtime
117 minutes 
Features
PAL, Widescreen 
Barcode
5060062910117 
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