The shots of Crowley exercising are from Christopher Lloyd's actual routine. His daily workouts were noted by Director Billy O'Brien, and he thought the robotic, absent movement was so eerie, he had to get Robbie Ryan to film it. The footage would later be considered an iconic moment in the film. See more »
Crowley can be seen carrying a landing net, which would not be used for ice fishing. See more »
He said "I never got it before now, Kay." And he told me he loved me more than anything in heaven or hell. He was very romantic with his words.
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John Wayne Cleaver(Max Records) is a high school student with an unhealthy obsession with serial killers. His small Midwestern town begins to experience a series of brutal murders. John's mother is the town's only mortician and she allows her son to help her with the postmortems. He plays detective and becomes friends with an elderly neighbor, Crowley, played by Christopher Lloyd, in his best role since Back to the Future. Lloyd is funny, sarcastic and he pretty much steals this film. The less written about where his quirky character goes, the better. Lloyd and his young costar, Max Records, have a strange and endearing chemistry which will keep viewers guessing as to how it will all end. The final scene is not what I expected, but I can recommend I am Not a Serial Killer without reservation.
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