A film crew breaks into a wax museum to secretly shoot a film. But by disturbing the waxworks at night they awaken Wax Elvis, Marilyn Monroe and Bettie Page which in turn terrorize the city of Manchester.
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
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Ted Bundy and Gary Ridgway are two of the most prolific serial killers in American history. Bundy has 30 official murders on record and Ridgway 49. However it's widely thought by law enforcement that the total for both men is likely to be much higher. Ridgway claims his tally of victims to be as high as 71. See more »
This is meant to be set in the USA in 1982, but modern U.K. Plug sockets are clearly visible in multiple scenes. See more »
The movie is told from the detective's perspective so plays mostly as a police procedural. It is an accurate rendition of the events, but often plays like a made-for-tv movie and shies away from the grizzly details. I recommend it to people familiar with the Green River case or people looking to learn more about it as it follows the real timeline quite closely.
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