Maniac (1980)

  • Horror, Exploitation, Cult
  • 1h 27m

Given an X rating for extreme violence and gore, notorious exploitation horror masterpiece MANIAC is the story of a New York psycho (Joe Spinell) who kills women and scalps them for his mannequin collection at home. Directed by the great William Lustig (VIGILANTE; the MANIAC COP trilogy), this sleazy, greazy and 1000% satisfying blood-soaked slab of human darkness will flip you upside down and saw you in half, guaranteed.

“A surefire memorable horror film with a terrifying glimpse into the mind of a merciless killer.” - Felix Vasquez Jr., Cinema Crazed


William Lustig


Joe Spinell




United States


Blue Underground

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