- Status: Released
- Movie Tagline: Warning: Shocking. Controversial. Horrific.
- Genres: Horror, Thriller, Crime
- Release Date: 2004-12-04
- Runtime: 105.0 min
- Budget: $2.0 million
- Revenue: Not Available
- Production Companies: Fright Flix Productions, Third Reich Ventures, Q, Vest Productions, Blackwatch Releasing, Anchor Bay Entertainment, Another World Entertainment, Barnholtz Entertainment, Firebox, Lionsgate, Lionsgate Home Entertainment, Lions Gate Films, Maple Pictures, Paramount Pictures, TLA Releasing, The Weinstein Company, Twentieth Century, Fox Productions, 20th Century Fox, Universal Pictures Spain, VIDEORAMA, Toetag Pictures, Juniper Post, Stewart Motion Picture Services, 20th Century Studios
Cast & Crew
Sven Garrett, Tony Todd, Cerina Vincent, Gunnar Hansen, Edwin Neal, Jade Risser, Valerie Baber, Destiny St. Claire, Fred Vogel, Jerami Cruise, Cristie Whiles, Shelby Jackson, Jill Michelle
Synopsis – What to Expect from “Murder-Set-Pieces”
Murder-Set-Pieces is a 2004 horror film directed by Nick Palumbo. It follows the story of a serial killer, The Photographer, who has a passion for photography and a twisted sense of morality.
The movie opens with The Photographer stalking and killing a young woman in Las Vegas. He then moves on to his next victim, a young couple in a hotel room. After killing them, he takes pictures of the corpses.
The Photographer then moves on to his next target, a group of German tourists. He kills them all and takes pictures of them as well.
The Photographer then moves on to a nightclub, where he kills a group of people and takes pictures of them as well.
The Photographer then moves on to a family gathering, where he kills a group of people and takes pictures of them as well.
The Photographer then moves on to a wedding, where he kills a group of people and takes pictures of them as well.
The Photographer then moves on to a college campus, where he kills a group of people and takes pictures of them as well.
The Photographer finally moves on to a strip club, where he kills a group of people and takes pictures of them as well.
The movie then follows the investigation into the murders as the police try to track down The Photographer. As they get closer to him, they discover that he has a dark past and is a disturbed individual.
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