Blu-ray review for 'Hands of the Ripper'
"Hands Of The Ripper" isn’t really one of Hammer’s best or most known films. It was badly marketed and did not feature any of the expected cast. True Hammer fans, however, now consider it one of the better films of Hammer’s final years. The psychological aspects are really much better than just another Ripper film would have been. It was a bold move that didn’t pay off at the time. Fortunately, we get to enjoy it all through 20/20 hindsight and a pretty solid high-definition release.
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