Pieces (1982)

Not Rated   |    |  Horror, Mystery, Thriller

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The co-eds of a Boston college campus are targeted by a mysterious killer who is creating a human jigsaw puzzle from their body parts.


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Cast & Crew

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Juan Piquer Simón


Dick Randall (screenplay), Roberto Loyola (screenplay)

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1 July 2019 | dworldeater
| Very bloody and over the top 80's slasher
While Pieces is not without its flaws, for low budgeted horror, Pieces delivers the gory goods. Notorious, for being on the UK's video nasty list, gorehounds will not be let down by this crazy and somewhat quirky 80's slasher. A killer is on the loose at a Boston,Mass area college brutally killing and mutilating gorgeous college girls to get body parts to put together a human jigsaw puzzle. For the most part, the overdubbing and acting is atrocious(with the exception of Christopher George as a police detective, who actually is really great in this), there are slow parts and subplots that go nowhere. But, I digress Pieces delivers huge as trashy grindhouse entertainment, with tons of nudity and some spectacular state of the art gore. Gore galore, with lots of boobage and 80's bush, Pieces will please fans of sleazeoid cinema and ultra violence. Add Bluto from the Robin Williams live action Popeye movie as groundskeeper and a cameo of Bruce Le showing his kung fu, you have an odd, but effective splatter film that is very over the top and cool low budget horror flick.

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Release Date:

23 September 1983


Spanish, English, Italian

Country of Origin


Filming Locations

Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Box Office


$300,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$604,510 25 September 1983

Gross USA:


Cumulative Worldwide Gross:


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