38. Murder-Set-Pieces (2004)
Director: Nick Palumbo
No one can accuse the makers of Murder-Set-Pieces of false advertising. The film's entire plot is right there in its title. Featuring over 30 killings, Nick Palumbo's homicidal narrative has little else on its agenda outside of giving its antagonist, simply named The Photographer (and played by Sven Garrett), an uninterrupted stage to hack and slash his way through every hooker in sight.
His day job is to take sexy photos of models, but Palumbo is hardly concerned with developing the character beyond "guy who murders for pleasure." Murder-Set-Pieces is the closest you'll ever get to a snuff film without actually watching one. If that entices you, may we suggest a therapy session or two?