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Nail Gun Massacre
Nail Gun Massacre
Actors: Rocky Patterson, Ron Queen, Beau Leland, Michelle Meyer, Sebrina Lawless
Director: Bill Leslie;Terry Lofton
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
UR     2005     1hr 25min

Studio: Wea-des Moines Video Release Date: 10/25/2005


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Actors: Rocky Patterson, Ron Queen, Beau Leland, Michelle Meyer, Sebrina Lawless
Director: Bill Leslie;Terry Lofton
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Sub-Genres: Horror, Fantasy
Studio: Synapse Films
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 10/25/2005
Original Release Date: 11/12/2004
Theatrical Release Date: 11/12/2004
Release Year: 2005
Run Time: 1hr 25min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 12
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

You will believe a man with $100 can make a movie!
Brian A. Schar | Menlo Park, CA United States | 11/12/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I give this movie 5 stars as a bad film. It is a spectacular classic that only gets better with age, a backyard Southern treasure made with love, incompetence and a nailgun. And don't forget County Line Road, the only road in the county. You will see it a lot. You'll also get to watch a couple enjoy a burger at a local drive-in, in what may be the most obscure product placement ever. Alternately, the owner may have been the only person that would let the director shoot in his parking lot.One of the primary questions about this movie is motivation. Specifically, what motivated a number of attractive, buxom young ladies to appear topless in this film? The director must be one silver-tongued devil. Another big question: what is up with the killer's getup? Seriously. You'll understand when you see it.I won't give away the ending, or the astounding flub that accompanies it, because that goof is something really special. Pay close attention to the frames immediately after the allegedly-exciting climax for bad-movie nirvana. Of course, this entire cheapjack production is bad-movie nirvana, so enjoy."
Cheesier than the Kraft Factory
TReed | SC | 09/09/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"If you like to sit down with some friends and a case of beer to laugh at cheap horror movies, this has your name written all over it! Terrible acting, awful effects, and (best of all) senseless nudity.The killer is about 5'4" tall and wears a duct-taped motorcycle helmet. Plus, every victim gets to hear cheesy one-liners as they gasp their last dying breath.Gratuitous nudity is also a staple in these kind of movies. There is one scene where a girl straight out of the trailer park decides to brush her hair while topless. The camera zooms in and out, over and over. At one point, all you can see is a giant boob on the screen.Best of all is the old man in the town, played by John Holden. He obviously was drunk during the filming, because he can barely read his lines off the cue card: "All you want to do is ride around in that damn police car". Classic.I saw this movie when it first came out in the mid 80's and have waited for a long time for it to be re-released (it was next to impossible to find until now). If you want serious horror, stay away from this. If you want to fall on the floor laughing at a movie that cost about $1.69 to make (the price of the spaghetti sauce they used for blood), rent or buy this movie. I can only pray for a DVD release!!"
Special Edition, Too!!
Stanley Runk | Camp North Pines | 12/17/2005
(2 out of 5 stars)

"Bad horror films are my bread and butter. I've loved them since I was a little boy and even moreso today. A horror film can be a downright piece of crap, but very fun and entertaining with the right mix of bad acting, violence and cheesiness. I mean, Burial Ground was a horrible film, but very fun to watch coz the ingredients were all there. Nail Gun Massacre has a concept that could have been B movie heaven, but somehow the director accomplished something rather unique by making a bad horror film that wasn't entertaining at all...just plain bad. Ten minutes(or less) into the film, you know you have a turd spinning in your dvd player and you say to yourself, "Oh, no. I know how this is gonna ride out". Horror fans can identify a lousy movie pretty quick. Somehow, and I don't know how, this film managed to screw up everything that makes a bad horror movie...well, good. It's not camcorder, but it looks and plays out like a film school flunky's project, or something someone patched together in their spare time. One particular scene that really pisses me off is a sex scene in the woods. It goes on wayyyyyy too long and involves a rather unattractive couple. It's as if the director was bewildered that he could find actors willing to do a love scene and had to linger on it as long as possible. I know ugly folks need love too, but even porno films don't go on this long. It doesn't end at the sex either. Way too much screen time is devoted to long and tedious scenes that bore you to tears-probably to pad running time. Scenes like two girls walking through the woods, a guy on the phone, a chick crying and screaming, and a hearse driving about 35 mph are all stretched out to ridiculous lengths. By the time the sheriff says the final line in the film,"Is it over?", you're shouting at the screen, "JAYSUS KEEERYST, I FRIGGIN HOPE SO!!" When you're out driving, you know how you get behind a slow driver or get cut off by some jerk, and when you finally pass them, you have to turn your head to get a look and see what they look like? That's the same feeling I got after viewing this, so I had to watch the dvd interview with the director just to put a face to the rotten SOB who unleashed this movie on me. Yup, he certainly comes across as a Nail Gun Massacre director. I am a huge supporter of underground/independent/ low budget films, but just coz I love the genre doesn't mean I love every film within the genre."
"Okay turd face, cut the small talk."
Dymon Enlow | 12/11/2005
(2 out of 5 stars)

"With a name like NAIL GUN MASSACRE you really can't expect too much and that's exactly what you get: a shoddy, hysterically bad, extremely low budget clunker that's strangely watchable in a hokey, 80's time capsule kind of way.

A woman is raped by construction workers so (the killer) puts on a camouflage outfit complete with a black motorcycle helmet and a bright yellow compressed air tank then drives around in a gold hearse killing construction workers and anybody else who happens to walk by.

The director admits in the extras that he only had a 25 page script and that's pretty clear by the fact that people seem to be saying anything that comes to mind. Personal favorite: "I'm hornier than a rooster in a Chinese hen house." What does that mean?!

Watch out for the breathing corpses (the body on the log even has a twitching leg); the song "Foosball" being play back-to-back on the radio; the script laying on the counter in the grocery store scene; a guy being killed by a single nail to the arm and the dead guy who falls on an outdoor grill, but when the grill starts to tip over he reaches out grabs the fence and rights himself! Ah, good times."