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 »
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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.
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A thriller involving an ongoing unsolved mystery in Alaska, where one town has seen an extraordinary number of unexplained disappearances during the past 40 years and there are accusations of a federal cover up.
Two brothers witness the murder of their parents and grow up dealing with the tragedy in very different ways. As one brother struggles with mental illness and sleep paralysis, the other finds success in the unique world of found object art.
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 terrifying world where rules do not apply. Take a trip through the mind of one of history's most prolific serial killers - and his devoted followers who are out for blood. Written by
Let me start by saying, "oh my God." As a fan of all of the films in the series, I must say, I can't think of a better way this could have ended. Head Cases was a standout. It was done in the style of a 48 Hours Mystery type of documentary. It gathered all the pieces of every story and brought it all together in a seamless and incredible package. I honestly think I enjoyed this the most, even more than the original. The acting was fantastic, as usual. Very well cast. The cinematography was also quite stunning. Very minimalist, yet I couldn't pry myself away from the screen. The footage in this felt so authentic. I believe some of it was, but I can't tell what is and what isn't, truth be told. It's clear how much care was put into the fine details. It definitely paid off. The direction the movie headed was fantastic. In the opening scene, we are presented with a quote from Wayne Montgomery that reads, "I'm passing on my knowledge, so it won't die when I do." Without revealing any detail, this just gives you an idea of where the film is headed. Many twists and turns develop in the last of the series. Things I definitely did not see coming. It was impressive how many plots were tied together and in the conclusion were still presented with new and surprising material. Definitely the most impressive film of the bunch. All of my questions were answered and my mind was blown yet again. I am thankful to have been introduced to the series, it's been an awesome ride.
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