"A 9 on the Gore Score (with) several pleasingly repellent splatter sequences." -Chas Balun, Deep Red Horror Handbook
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 ising around, it pushes him over the edge into full-blown madness. 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.