As serial killer Lothar Schramm lies dying in his own blood, horrific memories of his miserable life of paranoia, self-harm and rejection flash before his eyes. A tragic look into the mind of a Borderline Personality Disorder psychopath.
Florian Koerner von Gustorf,
Two friends meet again to share their last days in an old house where everything happened a long time ago. They gather a group of people, which results in a disastrous turn of events, during which reveals the deepest human depths.
"Subconscious Cruelty" is divided in four segments: Ovarian Eyeball - a naked woman is sliced by a sharp blade and an eyeball is removed from her belly. Human Larvae - a deranged man that ... See full summary »
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
A very poor film. Shot on what appears to have been a camcorder this cheap and nasty film claims to give you an insight into the mind of a serial killer. It doesn't. It shows you a man repeating the same dialogue to himself or his pet spider almost verbatim for just over an hour interspersed with some very shoddily produced murder scenes.
The script is dreadful - repetitive, clichéd and ill-conceived. The acting is atrocious, most of the supporting cast appear to have been plucked from "adult" movies and have been cast for their willingness to briefly remove their clothes rather than to read words out loud in the English language.
The special effects are cheap and unconvincing. The music is described as "haunting." I defy anyone to sit in a room for an hour with a synthesizer and not be able to come out with a film soundtrack that is better than this.
On the director's notes of the DVD version the director claims that this film was shot over 60 something days, it looks like it was shot over 60 something hours. Avoid!
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