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Gutterballs -- A brutally sadistic rape leads to a series of bizarre gory murders during a midnight disco bowl-a-rama at a popular bowling alley...

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Ryan Nicholson (written by)
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Do You Have The Balls? See more »
Plot:
A brutally sadistic rape leads to a series of bizarre gory murders during a midnight disco bowl-a-rama at a popular bowling alley... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Gutterballs doesn't make a strike for me! See more (64 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Alastair Gamble ... Steve
Mihola Terzic ... Sarah

Nathan Witte ... Jamie

Wade Gibb ... Joey
Candice Lewald ... Lisa
Jeremy Beland ... Ben
Trevor Gemma ... Patrick

Nathan Dashwood ... A.J.

Scott Alonzo ... Dave
Jimmy Blais ... Sam
Danielle Munro ... Julia
Stephanie Schacter ... Cindy
Saraphina Bardeaux ... Hannah

Dan Ellis ... BBK
Brandon Dix ... BBK - second unit
Ryan Nicholson ... BBK - second unit

Directed by
Ryan Nicholson 
 
Writing credits
Ryan Nicholson (written by)

Produced by
Michelle Grady .... executive producer
Roy Nicholson .... executive producer
Ryan Nicholson .... executive producer
Dan Walton .... co-executive producer
 
Original Music by
Patrick Coble 
Steve Moore  (as Gianni Rossi)
 
Cinematography by
Mark Christopher Atkins  (as Mark Atkins)
 
Film Editing by
Lars Simkins 
 
Production Design by
Lars Simkins 
 
Set Decoration by
Colin Fotherby 
 
Costume Design by
Dawn Grey 
 
Makeup Department
Michelle Grady .... prosthetic designer
Alyssa Satow .... makeup assistant
Katie Satow .... makeup assistant
Laurin Valentin .... key hair stylist
Bry Williams .... key makeup artist
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jennifer Cooper .... first assistant director
Jay Gavin .... second unit director (as Jason Gavin)
 
Art Department
Colin Fotherby .... construction: Wax-O-Matic
Colin Fotherby .... props
Werner Pretorius .... art designer
Gordon W. Ross .... construction: Wax-O-Matic (as Gordon Ross)
 
Sound Department
Patrick Coble .... foley
Patrick Coble .... sound designer
Patrick Coble .... sound editor
Benjamin MacDonald .... boom operator
Benjamin MacDonald .... sound mixer
 
Special Effects by
Jon Funk .... special effects coordinator
 
Visual Effects by
Lars Simkins .... visual effects
 
Stunts
Jon Funk .... stunt coordinator: fight scenes
Erynn Tomlinson .... stunt double
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Mark Christopher Atkins .... camera operator (as Mark Atkins)
Jay Gavin .... camera operator (as Jason Gavin)
Jordan Miller .... gaffer
Edgar Morales .... best boy grip
William Shand .... key grip (as Will Shand)
Erik Simkins .... camera operator: behind the scenes
Erik Simkins .... on set photographer
Erik Simkins .... stills
Paul Verge .... camera operator
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jacqui Reuben .... costume assistant
 
Other crew
Mitsu Hamazaki .... production assistant
Melissa James .... script supervisor
Marx Pyle .... production assistant
Janet Ross .... craft service
Janet Ross .... on-set caterer
Alberto Valenzuela .... production assistant
Brian Wingate .... production assistant
 
Thanks
Mickael Abbate .... thanks
Chas Balun .... special thanks
Ed Brando .... special thanks: Paladin Show Services
Garry Charles .... special thanks: Gorezone Magazine
Brian Clement .... special thanks: Frontline Films
Vince D'Amato .... special thanks: Creepy Six Films (as Vince)
Joe Davison .... special thanks: 100 Tears
Brandon Ford .... thanks
Ted Geoghegan .... special thanks: 100 Tears
Michael Gingold .... special thanks: Fangoria Magazine (as Michael Gignold)
Bryn Hammond .... special thanks: Gorezone Magazine
Nicole Hancock .... special thanks: Creepy Six Films (as Nicky)
Max Kaiser .... special thanks: Hand Crank Films
Marcus Koch .... special thanks: 100 Tears
David Kwitmire .... special thanks: Steel Web Studios
Zack McArthur .... special thanks: TheCoronersReport.com
Brian Paulin .... special thanks: Morbid Vision Films
Rodney Pawlak .... special thanks: Macabre (as Rodney)
Debbie Rochon .... special thanks: Fangoria Radio
Eli Roth .... special thanks
Ashley Schappert .... special thanks: Divine Design
Brandon Slagle .... special thanks: Methodic
Dee Snider .... special thanks: Fangoria Radio
Anthony Timpone .... special thanks: Fangoria Magazine (as Tony Timpone)
Fred Vogel .... special thanks: ToeTag Pictures
Vince Yim .... special thanks
 

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Runtime:
96 min | USA:94 min (uncut version)
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1.78 : 1 See more »
Certification:
Germany:Not Rated (SPIO/JK) (heavily cut) | Japan:R18+ | USA:Unrated (rating surrendered)

Did You Know?

Trivia:
Nathan Witte came up with the idea to put a pick in his hair.See more »
Goofs:
Plot holes: A.J. gets killed when his face is waxed off. The aftermath of his face shows that it has been melted off, even the skull; it would be impossible to have a whole face or the skull for that matter, melted off / dissolved in a bowling ball polisher. Therefore, he could've at least been shown with third or fourth degree burns all over his face and his skull would still be intact.See more »
Movie Connections:
Referenced in Star Vehicle (2010)See more »
Soundtrack:
Whatcha Gonna Do (When I'm Gone)See more »

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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Gutterballs doesn't make a strike for me!, 31 December 2014
Author: tdrish from United States

Congratulations, Gutterballs. You are the only horror movie that has ever succeeded in offending me. Are you happy? You should be! I've seen many horror movies, good, bad, sick, twisted, over the top...but GUTTERBALLS takes the doughnut! How was this golden event achieved? Well, for starters, let's get down to business with the problems this film has. Does a rape scene in a movie need to exceed eight seconds, much less 8 MINUTES? I think we get the point, I can see how you want to tie this in with a story, I just can't understand why anyone would be entertained by watching this unnecessary BS for an extended period of time. I Spit On Your Grave didn't even do that. Let's explore some other major problems with GUTTERBALLS...do you have to drop the F bomb every 30 seconds? I once read that Tigerland ( 2000) was in the Guiness Book Of World Records for the most swear words in a movie, but I could honestly tell you that this movie doesn't hold a candle to that, because this is the kind of movie that makes you want to take a shower after you're done watching it. Now, next bash: the killings. Can you tell me why, after 30 or 40 years of making trash films like this, that we are not putting a little more effort into making it look a little more realistic. Even the blood on the movie poster looks fake, for crying out loud, is that the same movie poster for Maniac back in the 80's? Okay, on to our next problem: the story. Okay, let's be fair, it's a slasher movie, does there need to be one? As if all the things I mentioned doesn't make this a shotty thing to watch, Gutterballs has the most silly arse costume they make the killer walk around in. ( And I mean walk, lot of walking, lazy, lazy walking) It doesn't even come close to being remotely scary. The mask almost looks like a logo for a worldwide known company, was there even a discussion about any of this before they shot this movie on a cheap set? On the bright side ( not very bright), we have some strong acting performances by a few of the actors and actresses. And you'll know who they are, trust me, this movie doesn't try to hide the bad actors from the good. A couple of the kills were worth noting. I want it to be clear that the 5 stars I've given this was because of the acting performances, otherwise it would have been 4. Enjoy the fake blood, folks!

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