- Complete Monster: Sam Butler starts out as a regular guy who finds out that his wife was cheating on him. He snaps, kills both his wife and her lover and cuts off her head. He becomes a women-hating psycho who thinks they all deserve to die and proceeds to go on a sadistic rampage throughout the city. He kills a random bartender after showing his wife's head to him. He ties up a hooker, mutilates her jaw with a knife, then rips her leg off by roping it to the bumper of his car and driving away. He later ties up six women and kills them all individually, despite one of them being pregnant. He cuts the fetus out of the woman in question and rips the arm off of another. He kills another guy who tried to stop him while he was attacking one of the women. Lastly, he shoots a cop, while bathing in the blood and body parts of his victims.
- Fetish Retardant: Most of the nudity is not... pleasant.
- Fight Scene Failure
- Narm Charm: While the massacre is piss poorly acted and loaded with Special Effects Failure, some of the imagery, like the cut out fetus and blood spattered bathroom, is still pretty messed up.
- Nausea Fuel: The fetus scene.
- Padding: The film suffers immensely from it. The baby shower scene goes on for about 30 minutes before Sam makes his move.
- Retroactive Recognition: Elizabeth Anderson, who played Ruth, was the writer of 1994's Lassie and The Little Mermaid 2: Return to the Sea.
- Special Effects Failure:
- No attempt is made to make it look like Sam's gun is firing, he just points it and a sound effect is added.
- The hilariously poor dubbing of Sam's name in a scene where he's terrorizing one of the women.
- When the would-be savior takes a swing at Sam with his bat, he's obviously just hitting a partially visible pad.
- The walls of the apartment are covered in large paper, to keep messiness to a minimum.
- Squick: Loads.
YMMV / Las Vegas Bloodbath