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|Michael Reilly Burke||Ted Bundy|
|Boti Ann Bliss||Lee|
|Renee Madison Cole|
|Michael R. Meredith|
|Matthew Bright||Director, Screenwriter|
|Elena Baranova||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|John Brasher||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Eric Colvin||Score Composer|
|Laura De Castro||Associate Producer|
|Jerry P. Jacobs||Asst. Director|
|Peggy McAffee||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Joseph McDougal||Asst. Director|
|Chris A. Miller||Production Designer|
|Chris Anthony Miller||Production Designer|
|Sterling Moore||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Kennard Ramsey||Score Composer|
|Tom Savini||Makeup Special Effects|
Posted April 6, 2014
This movie is a fantastic very realistic movie about Ted Bundy that basically shows what type of individual he was all the way through his execution. Instead of trying to figure out his motivation for murder (which only speculation can be done anyway) this movie just lays out what he did and leaves it up to the viewer to form their own opinions. I doubt there will ever be another movie on Bundy that makes you feel you're watching the real monster as this movie realistically accomplishes.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 1, 2010
Nothing came out of this horror film that, in Bush's vocabulary, "shocked and awed." This is a film that looks at Bundy very superficially. The sex monster, lunatic of the night, peeping tom. Not too much that I haven't already read in the daily newspaper. Bundy, the most intriguing of the serial killers (that are known), was more diabolical and plain evil than crazy as this movie portrays. He also had the magical ability to charm everybody in a court room. He'll be remembered for being a remembered loser, not a remembered hero (he could have been.) His victims never got that chance.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 8, 2011
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