Fiery political documentary ‘How to Kill 14 People Without Saying a Word’ makes theatrical debut

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“How to Kill 14 People” without Saying a Word ( ) is a controversial political documentary from award winning filmmaker Nick Stumphauzer. The film will premiere October 27th, 2018. The red carpet event will take place at 7pm at the Brighton Center for the Performing Arts.

Nick Stumphauzer, an independent and award winning short-film maker from Brighton, MI, is releasing his first feature length movie to the public this October. Tickets to the event are available at

“This could easily compete with [Dinesh] D’Souza.” says Gregg Bennett, Hollywood screenwriter. “This film is absolutely amazing! You’ve hit the nail right on the head. This will be an award-winning, news-generating, shit-stirring film that will bring out all the people who have had enough of this shit.” says John Galletta, CEO Brothers & Arms USA.

The film deconstructs the pervasive ideology that both permitted the murder of 14 innocent people by Islamic terrorists in San Bernardino, CA in 2015, and gave rise to the unrest and riots on university campuses and major cities across America.

This is an explosive film within the currently polarized political climate – Freedom of Speech, university protests and riots, terrorism, communism, fascism, and nazism are held up to the light. The interviewees include Cenk Uygur, the CEO of the Young Turks Network, Dr. Philip Zimbardo, the architect of the Stanford Prison Experiment, Cassie Jaye, the director of the politically charged Men’s Rights Activism documentary The Red Pill , Sabo, the Los Angeles renegade street artist, and Gavin McInnes, the controversial conservative pundit.

The film is written, produced and directed by Michigan based filmmaker, Nick Stumphauzer, and scored by the eminently talented Lighting Nights.


NOTE TO THE EDITORS For more information on the director: Instagram: @nickstumphauzer Facebook: @nickstumphauzer Twitter: @nstumphauzer





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On December 2nd, 2015 in San Bernardino, CA, 14 innocent people were murdered by Islamic terrorists. Several weeks prior, the neighbors of these terrorists chose to not voice their suspicions about Syed Farook and his wife, Tashfeen Malik. They refused to speak out from fear of being labeled “racists”. On February 1st, 2017, ANTIFA demolished the University of Berkeley’s campus with fire bombs and steel barricades in a riot against Milo Yiannopolous’ scheduled speech. Nick Stumphauzer was there that night to record the proceedings from within Milo’s cohort. Nick saw the connection between what silenced the neighbors of the Islamic terrorists and what lit the Berkeley campus ablaze – a neo marxist and communist ideology whose main tool was suppression of free speech under the guise of tolerance. It was that night this documentary was born.

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