In 1983, I was fourteen years old and, as much as my mates and I talked about horror films and wished we could get hold of Betamax copies of The Evil Dead or The Entity, the fact is that the two films I most wanted to see that summer were Return of the Jedi and Octopussy. If we’d known at the time about Pieces, a 1982 slasher horror from director Juan Piquer Simón, I’m sure we’d have put it on our list – nubile girls, plenty of nudity and lots of gore. What’s not to love?
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