snuff film

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snuff film

n. Slang
A movie in a purported genre of movies in which an actor is actually murdered or commits suicide.
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A BEAST obsessed with snuff films who murdered a girl and hid her body in a clingfilmwrapped wardrobe was jailed for life yesterday.
He then allegedly searched for snuff films while her body decomposed as he tried to cover his tracks by vacuuming flies and spraying bed sheets with cleaning fluid.
The former had at least some oversight and regulation; it's unlikely that a public library would lend out nursery rhyme snuff films.
You play as James Earl Cash, a death row prisoner who is forced to participate in a series of snuff films for an underground director.
We know now that IS has beheaded one of its two Japanese hostages last week, and so it's only a matter of time before they kill the other: The fact that IS cuts people's heads off with knives, videotapes these savage acts, and turns them into Islamist snuff films that serve as powerful recruitment tools across the Middle East and Europe is simply par for the course.
There were the snuff films of the victims of Washington's drone assassination campaigns in the tribal backlands of the planet (or "bug splat," as the drone pilots came to call the dead from those attacks) and similar footage from helicopter gunships.
org , PJ Vogt said: "We outlaw snuff films, child porn and, increasingly, revenge porn, because actual people are harmed during their production.
It is an alternative online universe where users are untraceable but like most inventions, it can be subverted: the software connects drug dealers and users, sadists and snuff films, paedophiles and child porn, hit men and their clients.
And not just regular "blueys" either, but snuff films.
He finds a box of snuff films that suggest the murder he is investigating is the work of a certain serial killer.
The film, written by Michael Diliberti, follows Mya (Stewart) and Chris, a couple from the San Fernando Valley area of California, who make fake snuff films featuring Mya only to take off with the cash they made leaving behind a legion of angry business partners, homicidal porn stars, stoner vet techs and an unstoppable killing machine in a cowboy hat, Contactmusic reported.
Ludicrous scripting would have auds believe that a trio of camcorder-wielding Louisianans--including a snaggletoothed redneck played by Joshua Leonard--have let loose a slew of man-eaters in a freshwater lake, allowing the good ol' boys to shoot underwater snuff films for sale to "Shark Week" fans.