Based on the Ed Gein case, a deranged rural farmer becomes a grave robber and murderer after the death of his possessive mother whom he keeps her corpse, among others, as his companions in his decaying farmhouse
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The true story of Edward Gein, the farmer whose horrific crimes inspired Psycho, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and The Silence of the Lambs. This is the first film to Gein's tormented upbringing, his adored but domineering mother, and the 1957 arrest uncovered the most bizarre series of murders America has ever seen. Written by
Movie was OK, but there were some screwups I remember. One was while Ed was driving his truck at night there were some oncoming headlights. They were square lights, and had to be a car from at least early 80 vintage. Film was supposed to take place in the 50s. Also, Ed was packin' a Mauser C96 Broomhandle pistol. He shot the bartender with it. Later the cops found the spent shell and said they found a spent round from a .32 cal. That's wrong. The C96 came in .30 Mauser and 9mm. There were a few other oddball calibers but no .32 auto. Later Ed blasts some chick with a .22 rifle. The sound guys made it sound like a deer rifle. Way too much boom. I'm sure there were others, and I hope you post them.
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