Have some catching up to do, but got two in last night:
7. Pieces (1982, Hulu, FTV)
This film is laughably awful, incredibly overacted, paper thin characters especially the victims, and yet I thoroughly enjoyed it as something of a comedy. There are so many classic lines of bad dialogue including the "BASTARD!" Also a line about smoking a J and doing it on a waterbed. Fittingly someone meets their end completely randomly on such a bed. While mostly silly some of the chainsaw work was pretty good. Also the random 80s ending had me in stitches.
8. The Prowler (1981, Hulu, FTV)
This one was legit 80s slasher fare. I remember the posters and VHS at my video store in the 80s. Always was curious but never saw it. Effect work by Savini. Pretty typical of other films of its day but some good kill shots.
Both films open in the 40s and set up the killer without a reveal so you're kind of guessing the whole time. Moreso with Pieces which has a few obvious red herrings.
Both were also featured on a podcast I heard 5 or 6 years ago. So I've been meaning to check them off the list for a long time.
I'd recommend both if you haven't seen them and like 80s horror (in which case you probably have seen at least one).
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