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Adam Stephen Kelly
Based on terrifying true life elements which inspired Silence of the Lambs. In 1984, police in Washington State are investigating a spate of serial murders committed by a mysterious man known as The Green River Killer. With no leads to go on, the detective in charge of the case consults with psychologists in an attempt to get inside the mind of the killer. But when that doesn't produce a positive result and the killings continue, the detective realizes that the only way to understand what makes a serial killer tick is to meet one. So he visits the imprisoned Ted Bundy, one of the most notorious serial killers in American history. The detective has his resolve tested as he gets a disturbing insight into the murderous mind, but when the information Bundy provides assists the hunt for the Green River Killer the detective perseveres. Eventually he builds a twisted relationship with Bundy which forces the detective to confront his own psychological demons before he finally comes face to ...Written by
North Bank Entertainment
The vast majority of Ted Bundy's dialogue in the prison scenes is based on taped interviews recorded by Robert D. Keppel while Bundy was on Death Row awaiting execution. In the real life interviews, as in the film, Bundy gave the whereabouts of undiscovered bodies in the hope it would delay his execution. See more »
First off this is about as "B movie" as a B movie gets. Not very well acted or filmed. The facts are fairly close to what actually happened. I'm fairly familiar with Ted Bundy , and not so much on the "Green River Killer". I was fooled by the rating of 8.1, but I'll say that it didn't have a whole lot of them. The film starts off with Ted Bundy murder rampage in Tallahassee Florida in 1978 after he escaped authorities for the 2nd time. It then goes into the Green River killers victims remains being found and the detectives that are on the case. Along with a FBI profiler these men visit Ted Bundy in prison where he helps them understand who the killer is, and what his next moves may be. The movie isn't really horrible, but it's not very good either. The film flows pretty decent, and thankfully it's only about 90 minutes. To pay 5$ for it is totally not worth your money though. Wait until it's on Netflix and give it a try.
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