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KatieBird *Certifiable Crazy Person (2005)

| Horror | June 2005 (USA)
What would happen if someone like Ed Gein or Ted Bundy were to have children and raise them to follow in their bloody footsteps? KateBird Wilkens, brought to life with unnerving depth and ... See full summary »

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Teen KatieBird (as Taylor Dooley)
Nicole Jarvis ...
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Dr. Mark Richardson
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Kevin Cool
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Brett Newton ...
Scum Bag
Kyle Powers ...
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Jarod Wim ...
Scum Bag
Seth Shellhouse ...
Scum Bag
Mariel Knox ...
Prostitute
Alissa Teige ...
Prostitute
Jake O'Mara ...
B-Ball-Crosswalk Kid
Tommi O'Mara ...
B-Ball-Crosswalk Kid
Michael Jarvis ...
B-Ball-Crosswalk Kid
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What would happen if someone like Ed Gein or Ted Bundy were to have children and raise them to follow in their bloody footsteps? KateBird Wilkens, brought to life with unnerving depth and believability by horror veteran Helene (My Bloody Valentine) Udy explores this very question in a chilling and graphic testimony of family tradition, emotional confusion and complete insanity. Written by dragonsand-395-844107

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Katie Bird - Die Geburt eines Monsters  »

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Merl "Daddy" Wilkins: [as Teen KatieBird takes the hammer] Don't be nervous. Daddy's goin' to be here, every step of the way.
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Awesome, gruesome, memorable!
10 June 2005 | by (Redwood City, United States) – See all my reviews

If this movie plays in a theatre near you, you're up for a remarkable piece of cineastic art. If you can stand it. This film just crawls under your skin easily, cut by cut, and it won't let go - even days after you watched it. A lot of its incredible intensity stems from its absolute perfect cutting/editing and from a soundtrack that matches the pictures on the screen to the point. The movie use the split screen technique in a wonderfully orchestrated way, adding to the unique and in fact gruesome experience. This movie is definitely not for the faint of heart or weak of stomach ... but if you feel up to it, you'll have a great movie experience.


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