The New York Ripper (1982) is an electrifying, flesh-and-blood-sopped masterwork by Italian splatter maestro Lucio Fulci (Zombie, A Lizard in a Woman's Skin). Jack Hedley stars as a frazzled NYPD detective who's on the trail of a killer who taunts him via phone calls made in a Donald Duck voice. Between quacks, the villain rips gorgeous women to scarlet smithereens in scenes of elegantly executed, robustly repulsive violence. While the bodies pile up, we're also treated to enough knockout female nudity to convince viewers that there really are eight million stories in the naked city. New York Ripper is a trip, sir.