After waking up in a warped, anti-humanity purgatory, Blodlez, an animal reincarnated as a human girl in the afterlife, wanders about the skewed universe of where she has several gruesome encounters with the Sadistic, a vicious girl whose developed rage and sadism. The Sadistic spends her time in the purgatory tormenting and torturing other seven others in the style of the seven deadly sins, but Blodlez fears there's something deeper to the Sadistic's madness.
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The body count is open to much debate. Technically, the body count is 0 because it's made clear that everybody in the film is already dead, and that they're only loosing consciousness in "murder" scenes. However, if you count the characters that were fatally attacked, the body count would be 9 (Blodlez, the Innocent Girl, and the seven victims), but if you count every fatal attack that appears on screen, the innocent girl twice, the seven victims twice each, and Blodlez nine times, the body count is 25. If you add on the fact that all characters of the movie were dead before the film began, the ONLY scenario in which the Sadistic is counted as a body, then that adds Blodlez, the Sadistic, the Innocent Girl, and the seven victims, making the body count 35. There's also the question of whether or not you count the three fatal attacks that occur in the opening credits (which according to Tyler A.M. actually don't happen in the movie's story and play as a visual overture for the film). If counted, the body count would then be 38, with 28 on screen, and with 25 actually occurring in the film's plot. See more
Two murders, arguably three (the third murder being a POV of the victim), occur during the opening credits. See more