Although the title of this film helped it make big waves when it was released to video in the early 1980s, one watch was all it took for deep, dark, resentful disappointment to set in.
Don't be fooled by the marketing behind this supposedly gory flick that still lives on today on the Internet. This movie sucks—and it isn't even gory. A SoHo artist starts murdering people with a cordless drill. A pretentious low-budget slasher film that isn't even good for bad-movie laughs. Avoid like the plague. Ferrera would go on to make much better movies, including the cult feminist revenge fave "Ms. 45."