Pieces (1982)

Written by Dick Randall and Robert Loyola

Directed by Juan Piquer Simon

Starring Christopher George, Linda Day, Frank Brana, Edmund Purdom, Ian Sera and Paul Smith

Plot: young co-eds are being dismembered by a chainsaw wielding maniac


As you can see by the dueling posters this movie was amazing lol. Seriously though it wasn’t bad. The dubbing is however really bad. We saw this as part of the Last Drive In with Joe Bob Briggs on Shudder. On a side note we are both super happy he is back, he was a part of our childhood and initial love of horror.

This movie was ridiculous and funny. Plenty of boobs, even some other nudity too. At one point you even see the knife bend when it’s stabbing a woman so the effects are not stellar. Entertaining throughout with a pretty good script. Unrealistic in places but it had a powerful opening and a memorable ending.

Overall we both liked it and i personally recommend it for a fun watch, Tara gave it a 59/100 and I gave it a 66/100.


About DJVoorhees13

1. If I could manage it, I'd love to learn a new language. 2. My favorite piece of clothing is my Philadelphia Eagles tee shirt. 3. The fictional place I'd most like to go to is the Starship Voyager so I could explore space. 4. I once spent exactly 6 hours (no more, no less) working at a Burger King. 5. If making people laugh were a sport, I'd win the gold every time. 6. My favorite drink is Yoo-Hoo. 7. The best non-horror movie I've seen recently is Wonder. I loved the book, too. 8. My favorite bands are the Beach Boys and The Monkees. I've even seen The Monkees in concert. 9. Danny Trejo is my idol. He's overcome so much and he's super nice in person. 10. The most heartwarming thing I've ever seen is this old couple in the doctor's office. They were poking each other playfully and their love just filled the room.
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