Nutbag is the horrifying, true-life story of a man who murders without provocation. The lonely, depraved killer stalks the neon city we call Las Vegas. Killing young women at random, there seems to be no end to his madness. Nutbag is a claustrophobic, ghastly thrill-ride that pulls no punches in its depiction of violence. Set to a haunting musical score, this shockingly gory film spins a frighteningly contemporary story of a modern day Jack the Ripper. Written by
Fright Flix Productions
Nutbag is a peek into the inner torment of a madman. A nutbag as played by Mack Hail. Women reject him or ignore him totally. Our Nutbag is unable to form close emotional connections with those around him. His only friend is a tarantula named Heinrich. His room is filled with pornographic images and horror posters and figures. This isolating and claustrophobic environment breeds nothing but frustration, anger, and despair. The Nutbag develops a bloodlust that is only satiated by the murder of delicious hookers played by the likes of porn's Davia Ardell. Renee Sloan is a beautiful neighbor who does not suspect the Nutbag beside her. Fright Flix and Nick Palumbo's initial film-making effort is only a taste of the future as we now have experienced it in Murder-Set-Pieces.
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