Set against Sin City, Las Vegas, "Murder-Set-Pieces" tells the story of a fashion photographer whose vocation is murder - a voyeuristic nightmare of blood, sex and brutality.
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Paul C (kr) wrote: Ugh. Starts off promising w/ some dental mayhem, hinting that it may have a fun, gory take on the obsession genre. Unfortunately, it quickly devolves into a run-of-the-mill low budget "Fatal Attraction" clone. I stuck w/ it, hoping it would get better. It didn't. It just got worse.
Luke B (gb) wrote: A film so terrible, so awful, so God damn pathetic, it's actually insulting. It starts with a rape scene, straight after we get the line "Was that really necessary?". Classic writing there. The acting is painfully bad but adds humour throughout. It was obviously shot on a Hi-8 camcorder and edited by our friend who did The Morgue. I prefer to think there's only one person this terrible at editing. It helps me sleep at night. It wan't scary or even moderately entertaining. I could go into the characterisation of comic relief policemen and the such but I can't be bothered. It was all bad, 100% shit. May it burn in hell, but leave the dialogue behind for some chuckles.
Bill S (it) wrote: Good, but doesn't have the sheer, raw quality of the first
Jeffrey P (fr) wrote: In its time I can see where this was enjoyable, but at this point the action is slow, the technical references are offbeat, and the storyline doesn't make much sense. Will the sequel be better?
Narae P (us) wrote: I wish they'd stop with the remakes already. I can't bring myself to agree with people who say the acting was good, in my opinion it was weak. This whole film is unnecessary.
Cedric L (fr) wrote: A fun tribute to a charming character.
LS M (es) wrote: The worst movie of 2013. There is nothing more to say. Don't watch it. I totally understand why the patriarch kills himself. I wanted to put myself out of my misery.
Brian B (nl) wrote: The best part about this movie is Morty, er uh Muerte. Stanley Tucci is good at stealing the show.