William Kerwin stars as Bill, an artist who is trying to get the "perfect" beauty onto his artists canvas. The one problem Bill has is that the women all move.
The slightest movement causes Bill to go into a psychotic rage and kill the women! He kills one with a speargun in the opening scene and this pretty much sets up the entire film.
As he escapes from the police he happens upon a young, lovely woman who is staying at her fathers mansion, and Bill ecides to set up shop there after being seduced by the woman.
His killing gets worse and worse, but not to worry. Bill puts the bodies in a freezer and creates an even greater piece of art.
This is one bizarre film, but a hell of a lot of fun thanks to Kerwin and everyone involved. Neil Sedaka also stars as a singer named Bob who croons a tune called "Waterbug" early in the film.
This has been in my DVD library since the very early days of the medium and it has been about 8 years since I watched it. I found it had lost none of it's entertainment value for me over that time. Platinum was a company out of Wisconsin that turned out some very interesting stuff back in the early days of DVD, and this is one of them.
Highly Recommended viewing, and what an ending!!