Headless (2015)

Option 1Option 2

Avg Rating: 3 / 5. Voted: 1

No one cared thus far. Do you?

Year: 2015
Directed by: Arthur Cullipher
Starring: Shane Beasley (Killer), Kaden Miller (Skull Kid/Killer as Child), Kelsey Carlisle (Jess), Ellie Church (Betsy)
Country: United States
Language: English
Runtime: 01:25:32
Genres: Serial Killers, Sexual-Violence against Women, Violence against Men, Torture, Gore-Gruesome, Siblings-Family, Pissing, Necrophilia, Incest, Violence Against Animals, Domestic Abuse, Cannibalism

Plot – Spoilers:
Headless is like an expansion pack of the movie featured on a tape in Found.

The premise in short: a serial killer torments women before gouging and eating their eyes; then decapitates them and fucks their heads, before retreating to a cage to sleep in. He seems unwilling to stalk fresh victims but is goaded into repetition by a skull-kid, whom he created as a companion to escape a childhood of abuse at the hands of his mother and big sister. It’s noteworthy that the killer doesn’t speak through the movie other than in ecstatic groans and grunts while thrusting into his victim’s heads. And it’s the passion that he exudes during these moments that heightens the shock-value.

Headless begins with the trailer of a (not real) 1978 flick called Wolf-Baby and the tone and music attempts to recreate the feel of a ’70s slasher. But in its content, Headless is pure transgressive cinema – it’s not often that you see underage actors actually be a part of gore, like when the killer-child is fed a rabbit head. Not sure if After Effects was used to create such an illusion.

Incidentally, if you’re wondering what Skull Boy looks like under the mask, it’s the same actor who plays the killer as a child.

7 thoughts on “Headless (2015)

  • March 23, 2019 at 9:33 am

    Actually fucking good

  • April 15, 2019 at 10:20 pm

    Not the best not the worst.

    I do wish films would make a villain evil just because though as im tired of seeing a back story that tries to make you feel bad for the killer.

  • June 20, 2019 at 1:37 am

    said comment needed to be longer

  • March 7, 2020 at 2:05 am

    Fantastic practical effects. So is the atmosphere where the focus on solely on the killer. The main actor and the Skull Boy are fantastic in their roles. If it wasn’t for the secondary storyline it would be simply brilliant. A strong 6/10.

    Thank you so much for your work guys at the effedupmovies!

  • April 2, 2020 at 10:11 am

    Had to watch it just because I liked Found and the story of this film’s connection fascinated me. Definitely worthy of a watch.

  • August 15, 2020 at 9:40 pm

    Wow like the movie – GREAT !


Please do not post Requests here

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

error: bad mouse!