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
I saw this sequel to Unstable at the same festival this year as Unstable and I liked it a lot. I thought it was a very good story that deals with moving on and forgiving. The first half is slower than I expected, but it is very realistic as another user said previously. The acting by Anthony Spadaccini is incredible. He goes through many emotions in the hour and a half film and ends up taking part in a very stunning climax that left me sad, angry, and stunned all at the same time. The acting by the rest of the cast is very good too. Steve Brown is one of my favorite characters in the film, he seems to be one of the only characters that is genuinely likable. I liked the black Jeff character (don't know the name of the actor) even though he wasn't in it very long. The two character's on the movie's poster are only in it in the second half and are more minor characters than you think. But they do a very good job too (the older guy was especially creepy). I recommend this movie!
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