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



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.