GUTTERBALLS (2008)

Remember the ’80s horror heyday of trashy, campy, ultra-violent sleaze? We certainly do, and that’s why we’re offering Gutterballs.

A brutally sadistic rape leads to a series of bizarre gory murders during a midnight disco bowl-o-rama at a popular bowling alley. One by one, players on rival teams meet blood-drenched deaths at the hand of a masked, bowling-themed killer. The alley runs red with blood as the killer strikes again and again, leaving no-one unspared. Full of depraved gore, beautiful babes and over-the-top performances, Gutterballs is an underground sensation.

Plotdigger Films goes balls-deep with our third film, Gutterballs. This neon-hued nightmare has been unleashed in several DVD forms, starting with a self-distributed “bootleg” review copy which set its uncut depravity to a fun and retro ’80s soundtrack of classic Canadian bands. Gutterballs was then picked up by TLA Releasing / Danger After Dark, re-edited and set to a sleazy grindhouse synth score by Gianni Rossi. The original review edition is Unrated, and the TLA version of Gutterballs is available in both R-Rated and Balls-Out Uncut versions.

Fun Facts:

» At over 625 instances of the word “fuck”, Gutterballs is the most profane of any internationally distributed English-language film ever made — except for a documentary titled “Fuck”.

» Most of this swearing was not in the script.

» Gutterballs is not, in fact, a Jackie Treehorn Production.