Two documentary filmmakers interview an intern at a home for physically
challenged children, and one of the occupants, a 15 year old deaf-mute
girl - and eventually they drug them, drag them out into the woods and
brutally torture and slaughter them, while recording it all on film.
do they do this, because they're sick fucks? Well, that too, in all
probability, but also because a rich businessman (Thomas Goersch) pays
them half a fortune, so he can sell recording on to rich and depraved
customers all over the globe ...
Now Sturmgewehr is
certainly not a film for the squeamish, and even if you're into visceral
horror, you will probably feel in need of a shower after watching it - and
that's in all probability the very intention of the filmmaker: This is a
film that's supposed to shock, supposed to turn your stomach, which is why
the torture scenes are all drawn out and shown in incredible detail, and
even if not all the effects are super convincing to the horror-trained
eye, they still leave an uncomfortable feeling behind, for their sheer
Again, not a film for everybody, but if you like your
entertainment on the disturbing side of things, then you'll certainly get
a kick out of this one.