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Speck (2002)

 -  Crime | Horror | Mystery  -  October 2002 (USA)
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Gruesome true story of murderer Richard Speck who killed eight nursing students in one night in Chicago during the late sixties. The story also follows him to his prison fate and uncovers more of his strange behavoir before his death.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Doug Cole ...
Beverly Sotelo ...
Corazon Amurao
Patricia Matusek
Gloria Davy
Kaycee Shank ...
Pamela Wilkening
Sunny Lombardo ...
Nina Schmale
Cinderella Gatcheco ...
Valentina Pasion
Dawn Hawley ...
Suzanne Ferris
Erin Shayla Cullen ...
Mary Ann Jordan
Ella Mae
John Berczeller ...
Dr. Smith (as Johnny Berceller)
Martin Pope ...
Wayland Geremy Boyd ...
Man In Car (as Wayland Geremy)


Based on the killings of the 1960's, Richard Speck is a disturbed man that breaks into the college sorority house. He rapes and beats the eight women while thinking to himself about his own psychotic world. Is someone strong enough to escape the grasp of Richard Speck? Written by Wallace Entertainment

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Rated R for pervasive strong violence, some drug use and language




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October 2002 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Born to Raise Hell  »

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Many of lines in the narration were actually quotes said by other serial killers, including Ted Bundy, David Berkowitz, Lucian Staniak, Ed Kemper and Carl Panzram. See more »


References Violated Angels (1967) See more »

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Crappy B-Movie
12 May 2003 | by (Bloomington, Indiana) – See all my reviews

My girlfriend and I enjoy the serial killer bio pics that have been coming out recently. We've seen "Dahmer" and "Bundy", both of which were released last year. I found both of those movies to be disturbing and realistic portrayals of the mindset of those men and the events surrounding their crimes.

"Speck" by contrast was highly stylized and contained absolutely no substance. I only watched the first hour and saw only the suggestion of violence along with a laborious soundtrack. The director wanted it both ways, he wanted you to be disturbed by this man but no *show* you anything disturbing. The acting was mediocre and the plot moved at a snail's pace. I am not a proponent of gratuitous violence, but if you're going to make a movie about a serial killer, especially a REAL one, then at least give us some sense of his rituals and behavior. They made Speck out to be a disgruntled cowboy that flashes his knife and does little else. yawn.

If you want to see a real dramatization of a serial killer and his mindset, see either "Dahmer" or "Bundy".

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