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Pieces [Blu-ray]

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  • Actors: Christopher George, Lynda Day George, Frank Braña
  • Format: DTS Surround Sound, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English, Spanish
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Studio: Video Service Corp
  • Release Date: March 8 2016
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B018SVHLZO
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #10,452 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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YOU DON’T HAVE TO GO TO TEXAS FOR A CHAINSAW MASSACRE! Grindhouse releasing is proud to present the sickest and most violent of all the early ‘80s slasher movies. A psychopathic killer stalks a Boston campus, brutally slaughtering nubile young college co-eds, collecting body parts from each victim to create the likeness of his mother who he savagely murdered with an axe when he was ten years old! A PIECE is a wild, unrated goriest, with enough splatter and sleaze to shock the most jaded horror fan.

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From the hundreds of cookie-cutter slashers released during the boom of 1980-83 it takes something special to stand out, and PIECES has that indelible quality due to its shameless over-the-top premise, stinkingly bad dialogue/acting and implausible plot points that border on the ridiculous.

1942 Boston: a 10-year-old boy murders his hysterical harpy of a mother with an axe after she freaks out on him for assembling a jigsaw puzzle of a naked woman. Flash-forward to 1982 and someone on a University campus is dismembering young nubile co-eds in their attempt to stitch together and recreate the butchered mother. Is it the bearish gardener (Paul Smith “Popeye”) who gives everyone and the camera perpetual stink eye? Maybe the gay and closeted Biology professor who is constantly mocked by the bodacious female students who are constantly thrusting their mammaries at him?

The kills are pretty routine for the genre but you can’t help but love this movie for its’ sheer ludicrous gall. I mean, NO ONE can spot a trenchcoat, fedora-wearing killer hauling a chainsaw around a college campus in broad daylight? Come on! A mid-film butcher knife attack on a waterbed, a Kung-Fu expert keels over after kicking Lynda Day’s gun from her hand, the infamous “BASTARD!” line reading, Detective Christopher George demanding his partner “Take some uppers or something!”, PIECES has enough little bizarre moments to overcome any shortcomings.
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Pieces is a movie you just have to love. On the surface, it looks like a laughably bad horror film relying on fairly graphic blood-letting for its appeal, a movie which gives us absolutely no character we can possibly like, not even the bad guy, and a film whose killer is easily identifiable early on. It is all of these things. Then you get to the ending, and suddenly the ghastly ordeal of sitting through ninety minutes of Pieces pays off with not just one but two dramatic moments guaranteed to make you laugh hysterically; before your very eyes, a bad movie transforms itself into a cult classic. This is powerful stuff indeed.

The trouble really starts forty years in the past when a little boy is quietly putting a puzzle together in his room, bothering no one at all. His mother comes in and goes ballistic, just because the puzzle happens to be one of a naked woman. Our future serial killer is rather upset about all this and decides to calm his mother down by chopping her up with an axe. You have to be impressed by the craftily evil potential of the kid, as he brilliantly sets himself up as horrible victim rather than sadistic mother-killer. His potential lies dormant for forty years, but eventually the nude woman puzzler lover in him reasserts itself. At his adult age, a cardboard puzzle just won't do. What he needs are real human pieces for his ultimate puzzle: a head, torso, arms, etc. Realizing that a college campus is a great place to meet girls, he sets out on a serial killing spree that leaves the local police department more and more dependent on an incredibly annoying student to crack the case. Young Kendall looks like a total dweeb to me, but the ladies seem to love him for some inexplicable reason.
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PIECES opens with a young boy in his room, working on a jigsaw puzzle. The puzzle is a picture of a nude woman. The boys mother barges in, sees the puzzle, and goes berserk! She smacks the kid around, tosses his room, and humiliates him. The boy then takes an axe and buries the blade in mum's head. 40 years later, a string of (extremely graphic) chainsaw murders are occuring on a college campus. The victims (all female) are found cut in pieces, minus one piece. Yep, junior's all grown up now and looking for love! The police are on the case, led by Christopher George. Linda Day is an undercover officer posing as a tennis instructor. Can they nab this maniac before he slaughters every beautiful babe on campus? We get gallons of blood and gore, lots of nudity, and plenty of pompous emoting throughout. PIECES is certainly no masterpiece, but I did find it watchable...
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This movies is hilarious. Tons and tons of one liners that can be re hashed over and over with your friends. Some beauties include
*While we were in there foaming with that music, the lousey bast**d was in there killing her....bast**d BAST**D......BAST**D" this bit has to be viewed at least ten times and provides hours of laughter.
"Oh Kendall oh oh oh, I'll be quiet if we do it again, come back to bed hmmmwaaaaa".
Also the girls dancing class is a laugh if your into camp humour.
In summary, this movie is a great B Grade slasher pic. Great gore scenes, great one liners and tons of humour. I've lost count of how many times I've watched this one, but it just gets funnier and funnier. If your after a serious movie from an earlier era, stick to Texas Chainsaw or Maniac. This ones strictly for laughs.
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