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H. Tjut Djalil
Ilona Agathe Bastian,
Detective Gary discovers that his wife is having an affair. Despondent, he drinks and discusses his problem with friend Dan, a police detective. When someone in a copper mask begins ... See full summary »
Joel D. Wynkoop,
Kevin Scott Crawford
Harry is unable to hold a job due to his mental illness and lives in an abandoned Hollywood hotel haunted by friendly ghosts of the long dead staff. The lines of his mental illness and reality become extremely blurred as some of his strangest events are indeed witnessed by others. As Harry becomes more frustrated by not being able to distinguish fact from delusion he turns to violence.
Mark G. Gilhuis
Tom feels that his wife is cheating on him. It doesn't take long for his paranoia to get the best of him and he begins to murder the men he thinks his wife is sleeping with. Tom has the most inventive and gruesome ways of dealing with these unfortunate chaps. Written by
Josh Pasnak <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Written by 'Perry Monroe'
Lyrical Calibration Mike Pasqualini and Asbestos Felt,
All Instrumentation and Lead vocals Performed by Perry Monroe,
Rapper 'Asbestos Felt',
Background Vocal Kathy & James See more »
After viewing Killing Spree at least a dozen times I still cannot get enough of its skilled acting and great special fx. Killing Spree should be considered a cult classic and has many useful quotes such as "I've just got to do something about these bills" and "Screw my wife, I screw drive your head!" Asbestos Felt effortlessly pulls off the role of a paranoid lunatic, by making his wife quit her job then sending her to live with her mom so he doesn't have to worry about her or her safety you start to realize his delusions know no bounds, in order to understand his mind you must know somebody whom you can relate to the character he is playing. Killing Spree should be viewed and enjoyed by many :)
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