Directed by: Bill Leslie, Terry Lofton
Actors: Rocky Patterson, Ron Queen, Beau Leland, Michelle Meyer
Also known as: Texas Nail gun Massacre, Carnage, The Nailgun Massacre – Blutgericht in Arizona, O Massacre
Description: Workers, who construct a shed brutally raped a young girl, and after a while they start to die by the hands of a pneumatic hammer. Well if only them, but the killer in camouflage with duct tape plastered on a motorcycle helmet and a yellow can with compressed air behind him, went to kill all who came across his path, without distinction of sex or age. Investigated the whole thing with Dr. and sherif, and only when the number of dead exceeded the first dozen, they struck a brilliant idea about who can be involved in all these crimes …
This is hands down one of the best crap films of all time, if for nothing else than one line of dialogue, impeccably delivered by the nail gun killer himself. After finding and disposing of a young couple making out (or something like that, its been a while since I’ve seen it) the killer dishes out this line: “That was some love story. I put an end to that love story.” Pure gold.