The spoiled son of a billionaire kills his father and, with the help of his lawyer and step-mother, frames a notorious ax murderer for it. The only problem: this doesn't make the ax murderer very happy.
Synopsis:A monstrous axe murderer is wreaks havoc on a big city, promising to kill 13 people without ever being caught, earning him the nickname “The Baker’s Dozen Killer.” He is already up to 11 when the film opens and we see him horribly butcher the 12th. Detectives Fleming and Matheson continue to be baffled; they're at their wits’ end.
Elsewhere, billionaire industrialist Roger Randolph’s family is disappointing him; his ne’er-do-well son, Preston, is squandering his trust fund on coke and whores, and his young trophy wife, Sylvia, is having an affair. Taking matters into his own hands, Roger has his lawyer, Brad, Preston’s best friend, draw up papers to cut Preston off. He also mandates that Sylvia is to be put under Brad’s supervision, not knowing that Brad is the one she’s sleeping with.
After a pep talk from Brad, Preston drunkenly tries to convince his father that he can be responsible, which fails. Angered, Preston begins throwing paperweights at him, one knocking a bowling ball off a high shelf which lands on Roger’s head, crushing his skull and killing him. Instead of calling the police, Preston convinces Brad and Sylvia that they should make it look like the Baker’s Dozen Killer was behind it. Ineptly and comically, Brad and Preston chop up Roger’s body for his secretary, Judy, to find in the morning.
There is a public outcry and, despite leads and a gut feeling, Detective Fleming is forced to retire and Matheson is reassigned to desk duty, though Matheson believes in his heart that the BDK not responsible.
Preston, Brad, and Sylvia are living the happy life, having gotten away with murder/cover-up, and Preston begins to fantasize about killing more people. His bubble is burst when he receives a call from the actual BDK who promises to kill Preston if he doesn’t confess. Preston refuses, claiming to be better than the BDK, who says the game is on. In all his blustering, Preston’s girlfriend hears him, and he is forced to kill her too. Brad helps to dispose of the body.
The BDK begins secretly leaving evidence and hints for Matheson which implicate Preston. Matheson, against orders, begins investigating and harassing the Randolph clan to try to draw out a confession out of Preston, while the BDK proves that he can see Preston at all times by leaving notes and photos.
A piece of evidence finds its way to Judy, Roger’s secretary, and Preston kills her as well, making Brad and Sylvia question his sanity and his loyalty to them. Preston sits alone at a bar when he is confronted face-to-face by the BDK, who jovially says Preston has won and advises that it’s easier to get away with murder with no accomplices.
Preston returns home and murders Brad after a struggle and attempts to kill Sylvia, who puts up a fight. Matheson arrives, ready to save Sylvia, only to be killed by Preston. Finally, Sylvia too is killed and Preston revels in victory, until the BDK, always one step ahead, appears and the two killers have a final showdown.
When the police arrive at the scene, they find only a pile of bodies and note saying “All done. Bye bye.”
This is a rough version of what the film could be, focusing on story, dialogue, and acting and using very minimal sets, props, and action. This version also has the ending in tact, which for some reason didn't upload the first time.