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Netflix Review: “Night Stalker: The Hunt For a Serial Killer”

    Three decades after the story began, Netflix has now unleashed their new limited docuseries  “Night Stalker: The Hunt For a Serial Killer” which delves into the investigation of the crimes committed by Richard Rameriez, the serial killer known as the “Night Stalker.”   Director Tiller Russell takes us back into the 1980s world […]

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“Clarice” Struggles To Move On In The New CBS Series Trailer

The first full trailer is here for “Clarice,” the spin-off series to The Silence of the Lambs that reveals FBI agent Clarice Starling has a new mission though she still struggles with the memories of her encounters with Dr. Hannibal Lecter and Buffalo Bill.   The series takes viewers back to 1993, a year after the […]

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America’s Most Prolific Serial Killer Dies The Day Before The Anniversary Of His First Kill

Leading the headlines today is the death of Samuel Little, called “America’s most prolific serial killer.” With a confirmed body count of 60, Little died in California Wednesday at the age of 80 of natural causes.   The man, a career criminal, spent much of his adult life as a boxer and was in and […]

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Denzel Washington, Rami Malek And Jared Leto Star In The Thriller ‘The Little Things’

    If you’re a fan of films such as Se7en and The Bone Collector there’s a movie you are going to want to check out this January, The Little Things.   Written and directed by John Lee Hancock (The Blind Side, Saving Mr. Banks, The Founder), the film centers on Kern County Deputy Sheriff Joe […]

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Zodiac Killer’s Cipher Finally Broken After 50 years

    In the 1960 and 70s, the Zodiak Killer left Californians gripped by terror. After many taunting letters were sent to The San Fransico Chronicle newspaper, a coded letter, known both as the “Zodiac Cipher” and the “340 Cipher” (named because it features 340 characters) arrived in 1969 and reportedly would reveal the real […]

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“Ghost Adventures: Cecil Hotel” To Premiere On New Discovery+ Service

Travel Channel and the Ghost Adventures team are taking viewers into the infamous, reportedly haunted and cursed Cecil Hotel for an investigation. The special will be the first to air on the new Discovery+ streaming service.     Stationed along downtown Los Angeles’ Main Street stands an infamous hotel with a checkered past beset by […]

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Jerren Lauder’s ‘The Inhabitant’ Is Inspired By The Lizzy Borden Story

  Jerren Lauder (Stay Out of the F*cking Attic) is gearing up to unleash The Inhabitant, a new take on the history of the infamous true story of the Lizzie Borden murders.     Directed by Lauder and written by Kevin Bachar, the film stars Leslie Bibb (Iron Man, Midnight Meat Train) and Dermot Mulroney […]

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Blu-ray Review: The Other Side of Madness (1971)

After a moody, dialog-free opening (a trend that will continue for much of the film’s runtime) that shows the Manson family planning the Tate-LaBianca Murders as ol’ Charlie observes, we shift our focus to some wild-ass hippie hootenanny taking place on the outskirts of the Spahn Ranch interspersed with scenes of the Family in court […]

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Paul Bateson: The Serial Killer Who Starred In ‘The Exorcist’

    Did you know that a real-life serial killer starred in The Exorcist?   In 1972, director William Friedkin saw Paul Bateson perform a cerebral angiography in the  New York University radiology lab. Wanting to keep things as real as possible, when Friedkin was making The Exorcist the next year, he arranged for the […]

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