House with 100 Eyes (2013)
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Ed and Susan appear to be a normal loving couple, however, they are far from it. They are snuff filmmakers and want to make the first ever triple feature; Three victims, three kills, all in one night. In order to provide their fans with everything you'd get on a straight DVD, they have rigged their entire house with cameras and audio for your viewing pleasure. Ed's plan slowly unravels and it all is captured on tape.
A seemingly normal suburban couple, Ed and Susan, want to put on their best production yet: a snuff film with three kills in one night. As they explain their roles as snuff film producers, you learn their personal backgrounds and how they go trolling for victims under the guise of making an "adult" film for paid participation. They secure people from the street to "star" in their movie and be willing participants, all the while concealing their true intentions. Ed becomes annoyed with a girl from their trip, Crystal, because she ultimately refuses to go any further and becomes distressed. While the other girl and her boyfriend prepare to shoot the adult scenes, Ed's rage becomes apparent and he has bound Crystal to the chair in the torture room, and introduces the scene to the fans watching it all on the myriad recording cameras that have been set up to capture all the action as it transpires. Susan indulges her wish to poison a victim when she kills the boyfriend, and this plus the ongoing tension between Ed and Susan culminates with him forcing her to watch a sex video he made with a prostitute, and uses this opportunity to vent his vicious frustration. Meanwhile the girlfriend grows suspicious and finally sees what's happened, and stops Ed from raping her so to finish his movie. Crystal has been tortured to death and the girl goes back and kills Ed and injures Susan. As she attempts to exit the house, you see the quadriplegic victim the couple has kept in a dog crate as she babbles incoherently.
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