Genre guru Ulli Lommel (THE BOOGEYMAN, BTK KILLER) directs this horror film about the infamous Zodiac killer. Though decades have passed since the multiple murderer held the state of ... See full summary »
Michael Adler has run away from his suburban home with his little brother Dylan. Hiding out in a quiet, rural town, Michael's convinced he can make a better life for both of them. While ... See full summary »
David Fincher and part of the ensemble cast of his 2007 release Zodiac discuss the movie, its details (with behind the scenes footage and rehearsals) and their impressions on the infamous ... See full summary »
Peter is an eight year old boy who lives in a cheap hotel room. When his mother oddly disappears, a transsexual woman comes to take care of him, against her own will. Sooner or later Peter ... See full summary »
THE ZODIAC takes a different look at the famous Zodiac Killer case from other screen treatments of the murders. More than a simple crime story, the film is an emotional thriller focusing on the murders' impact on victims, their families and the wider community. The film follows a police detective and his son who become obsessed with the murders and endanger their family in the process. Written by
Some of the music used in this version of The Zodiac is used in Terminator 2: Judgment Day. See more »
In a early setting after the first murders, Inspector Matt returns to the crime scene and is holding a Mag-Lite flashlight. While the flashlight became the number one flashlight of all police departments it wasn't offered for sale till 1979. Several years after the first Zodiac murders. See more »
The Sun Whose Rays Are All Ablaze
From the MIkado by William S. Gilbert (as W. S. Gilbert) and Arthur Sullivan
Sung by Deborah Rees
Performed by D'Oyly Carte Opera Orchestra,
Conducted by John Pryce-Jones
Courtesy of JAY Productions Ltd. and Sony Classical See more »
Anyone who has spent any time at all studying the Zodiac murders will find this movie to be dull and pointless. They "hollywood-ize" the premise of the movie, while in the mean time, they cut out all the twists that make this story so intriguing. -They made no mention of Robert Graysmith (a very integral part to the investigation) -They didn't even attempt to give any history on the victims (especially that of Darlene Ferrin- that is of utmost importance) Overall, I feel that the movie can only be enjoyed by those who don't know better. It is on the other hand unfortunate, that the majority of people who watched this movie do not know better and believe that what was shown is the truth. I am looking forward to the 2007 "Zodiac" coming out. Hopefully they will get a few more things right.
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