R | | Horror, Thriller
A deranged, misogynistic killer assaults a journalist. When he discovers that she survived the attack, he follows her to the hospital to finish her off.
The film became controversial in the UK after it briefly appeared on the DPP 72 list of video nasties.
Don't leave me. He's here. I know it!
During Deborah's surgery (at around 50 mins), the boom mic gets close to her face as the sedation takes effect and she speaks drowsily.
The film was listed as one of the original DPP 74 UK video nasties. UK cinema and video versions were cut by the BBFC to edit a scene where Colt traces his knife across Lisa before slashing her clothing and shots of Colt kicking Sheila as he photographs her. The uncut version was shown on ITV in 1989 by mistake and the company was publicly rebuked by the Broadcasting Standards Council.
$5,250,157 (USA) (4 June 1982)