Extremely NSFW trailer for ‘Gutterballs 2: Balls Deep’ is as cruel and vile as expected





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Ryan Nicholson should be well known to fans of extreme horror, and he certainly does not hold back on gore, sex and violence, and the trailer for his sequel, Gutterballs 2: Balls Deep looks to be following in the footsteps of the first films depravity.

Previously Nicholson has directed such dark delights as Gutterballs, The Hanger, Live Feed and the upcoming sick flick Collar, and Gutterballs 2 has now been announced, and has a trailer too!

Not one to shy away from the nasty stuff, Nicholson’s films are either banned, or heavily cut here in the UK, and once you see the trailer below you’ll understand why the BBFC have an issue with his films (still, freedom of speech and all that!). Personally, I found the first Gutterballs hard to swallow, but I like a director who is willing to push people to their limits, so I say bring on the sequel.

Nicholson has also directed a segment for the long in development horror anthology, The Profane Exhibit, but sadly this project seems to be along way off yet.

Ryan Nicholson writes, directs and stars in Gutterballs 2: Balls Deep.

Synopsis:

From Ryan Nicholson and Plotdigger Films comes their most perverse effort yet! Gutterballs 2: Balls Deep sees the return of one of horror’s most original killers, BBK, aka The Bowling Bag Killer. Ten years after the original bowling alley massacre, Stacy, a victim’s relative, is finishing up her shift when her co-workers decide to put Stacy in touch with her dead father and sister. With the shake of a Magic 8-Ball, BBK appears and the blood starts to flow.

Nicholson delivers a truly original and jaw-dropping experience that takes the viewer on a wild ride into multiple realities. Bizarre and depraved, Gutterballs 2: Balls Deep will bowl you over and strike you down.

 

 

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Matt Wavish
About Matt Wavish 10125 Articles
A keen enthusiast and collector of all horror and extreme films. I can be picky as i like quality in my horror. This doesn't necessarily mean it has to be a classic, but as long as it has something to impress me then i'm a fan. I watch films by the rule that if it doesn't bring out some kind of emotive response then it aint worth watching.

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