RAW NERVE commences with a sequence that could have been terrific: identical-twin teenaged girls stalked by a killer in a carnival hall of mirrors. But David A. Prior's flat, uninspired direction finds little visual interest in the situation, and the girls are summarily gunned down.
They are the latest victims of a maniac who targets pretty women and blasts them in the face. Local resident Jimmy Clayton (Ted Prior) has had nightmares of the murderer in action, and, although he can't identify the culprit in his visions, he volunteers to help the police. Grouchy investigating
officer Bruce Ellis (Jan-Michael Vincent) dismisses Jimmy as a crank, but the cop's ex-w...