Serial killer Wayne Montgomery committed 41 murders between 1979 and 2007, leaving behind an extensive library of his life's work. Now, a new generation carries on Wayne's legacy in a ... See full summary »
A pseudo-documentary edited from the home movies of serial killers Wayne & Andrea Montgomery, presenting a look into their quiet, suburban lives...as well as the graphic & disturbing details of their horrific crimes.
One year has passed. Anthony continues to relive his nightmarish experience. But while attending a weekend birthday party for a close friend, Anthony faces an unexpected revelation. Though he struggles to come to terms with the guilt he feels and is unable to forgive himself, he finally accepts responsibility for his own selfish actions. But it might be too late. From award-winning filmmaker Anthony Spadaccini comes the shocking follow-up to 2005's "Unstable." Written by
A real-time cinematic blend of chilling questions and answers, reasoning and morality, Hatred serves as the perfect booked to "Unstable". Exploring the questions that "Unstable" raises, "Hatred" lulls the viewer into a sense of ease, only to be ripped into a disturbing world that many people don't believe exist or can be realized. Effective use of lighting, shadows and tight spaces, the film is an artistic showing of the duality that exists in mans nature, especially in the conflicting minds of some of us that are filled with so much hatred. What questions you were left with in "Unstable", are answered here, such as character motivations that weren't clearly identified or spelled out not only get answered, but explored in a very subtle way. Anthony has shown a skill in crafting a very tight and emotional story within a real-video format, a challenge for any director, but pulled off well here. The film does not prepare you for the final 15 minute tense, gut-wrenching emotional impact, but you are left with a resolution that was both inevitable and disturbing.
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