A pair of girls seeking adventure beyond the their Western Washington trailer park encounter the area's most ruthless serial killer. Based on Sheriff David Reichert's book, "Chasing the ... See full summary »
S&MAN begins with footage from Michael Powell's exploration of voyeurism, "Peeping Tom." Director JT Petty uses this footage as a starting point to examine the classic comparison between ... See full summary »
Carol J. Clover,
Is A&E's highest-rated original movie ever in the network's history among adults 25-54 years old (1.9 million viewers), and among adults 18-49 years old (1.5 million viewers). See more »
If you know someone, someone close to you and you put together all the pieces; all the laughter and the tears and the silences all the deep telling moments of their life then, well then you can inhabit them and feel part of them. But if you've known someone with a soul dark, so terrifying and you've crawled into every foul corner they think they've hidden from you and you've inhabited them... How do you... How do you come back? Can you return to how you used to be?
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I've seen a couple of Ted Bundy movies and they were more of a slasher
horror fest based on real events. Although The Riverman is also based
on real events, and in particular the book authored by Robert "Bob"
Keppel (played by Bruce Greenwood in the movie), this made-for-TV movie
to me felt a lot creepier than the other two Bundy films I had
Now before you go running off to the DVD store, you have to know that
this is no slasher flick. This movie is scary for its psychological
insights into the mind of a monster, particularly that of Ted Bundy.
What's even scarier is how well Cary Elwes plays the role of Bundy,
from his gestures, his voice, and most especially his eyes. It is
perhaps one, or could be Elwes's best performance yet, albeit not quite
Though a made for TV movie, it felt more like a silver screen feature.
The acting never feels forced, the pacing satisfactory, and the script
very intense especially towards the film's conclusion. There may be an
amateurish feel towards the cinematography, but over all, a very good,
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