Taken from police archives of a real series of brutal murders that occurred over a period of eleven years, the tense story laid out by critically acclaimed director, Charles Peterson (White Rabbit, Creep, Laws of Deception and more), reflects a new style of storytelling. Quick paced, and slickly presented, this study in human nature and not-so-humane actions focuses on just how difficult it is for modern law enforcement to cope with the never-ending ability of mankind to devise new ways to force hurt upon us all. "The Eleventh Aggression" tells the twisted story of a Vietnam Era, special services operative - Jeffrey Walters - who assumes the role of a serial killer. Walters simply can't control his rage and he boils over the normal human anger response meter.
Chemical Burn Entertainment
Only a Serial Killer Can Reach 11.
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A unfinished, rough cut played at the Peoria Film Festival. This was the only screening at the festival that packed a theater. The cut of the movie was so rough you can hear the director at times give direction. Peterson regrets the screening and wish it was never shown at the festival. See more