Montgomery Goth (Matt Nelson) is a huge, bear-like loner who is dumped on by everyone he meets, including the people he's delivering pizzas to.
That includes kids and old ladies! His boss continually derides him and he's plagued by nightmares about his mother's murder and father's suicide after he killed her. He's mandated to go see a therapist but he doesn't like the idea of taking pills, so his nightmares get worse. And life in general, gets worse for him. He runs out of gas one night, walks to get a gallon and comes back to find it being towed away. He does meet a girl, though, on one of his deliveries and she seems to be interested in him. But the night after she sleeps with him (his first time) she goes home and her brother hits her. When Monty goes to see her the next day he sees that she has a large bruise on her face - and she seems upset, saying that what they had last night was nice, but that she needs time. Of course, he's upset.
The first hour of the movie is his "slice-of-life" (no pun intended) and how he's mentally and physically abused (some Frat guys beat the crap out of him after the Sorority girls play a cruel joke on him) and the last half hour is when he snaps and methodically goes after them, one by one. In the film's most gruesome scene he kills someone and then goes back to the pizza place and makes a pizza with the body parts. DELIVERY is a surprisingly realistic psychological profile portrayal of a guy "going postal", while also being a nod to those Slasher movies from the 80's, like SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT and EVILSPEAK. Highly recommended.
This won Best Picture and Best Actor 2006 at the SCREAMFEST HORROR FESTIVAL.