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Headless Body in Topless Bar is a movie loosely inspired

by a true crime, made notorious by a N.Y. Post headline.


The movie unfolds in a shabby New York strip bar. While a bartender dispenses drinks, a topless dancer (Jennifer McDonald) moves listlessly on stage as a businessman (David Selby), two hockey fans (Rustam Branaman, Taylor Nichols), and a wheelchair bound old man (Paul Williams) look on. A Man (Raymond Barry) enters and announces a stick-up. As the bartender reaches for a gun, the Man shoots and kills him.


A night of psychological terror unfolds as the Man -- a psychopath who's spent most his life in prison -- has abrupt mood swings veering between attempts to befriend the group to threats of execution. Forcing the group to play a game called "Nazi Truth," he humiliates the hostages as he peels away their inner secrets, and it remains to be seen who will survive.  

The Setup

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The original film was released April 16, 1996 to great reviews and fans have been asking for more ever since.  Now the filmmakers have digitally re-mastered the film and it's available now to stream on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play and YouTube.

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