Anchor Bay is my secret lover. They have managed to put out nearly all the hard-to-find movies I've been searching for in a matter of months. I buy them like groceries. This one, along with Autopsy, was one of the first of these editions to hit my local video stores. It was near my birthday, and I just stared at them lovingly, with my friend looking at me slightly alarmed (we had just come out of American Psycho, something she normally wouldn't watch), as I couldn't decide which one to get, and I asked her advice. After reading them both, she said Torso, and by gosh, she was right on target. This is an awesome giallo that has one of the coolest murder scenes I've ever seen; it takes place in the woods, and the poor girl really gets it good. First, she looks up and sees a figure obscured by the mist, but she's stoned so she kinda just stands there dumbly. Then all of a sudden, he's right in front of her, and let's just say he's not taking an evening stroll. The plot has something to do with a killer who's haunted by some weird childhood memeory involving a doll, and he goes around killing college girls and sawing them into little bits.... Though the film is sometimes dated and sometimes stupid, it is enormously entertaining. There's enough gore to keep everybody interested, and lots of sex and lesbians making out (if you like that sort of thing). I think this is a very capable giallo that should be checked out by eveybody who likes this stuff;you won't be disappointed.