NO MAN OF GOD: Moral Relativism & the Uncomfortable Humanity of Ted Bundy

Amber Sealey’s NO MAN OF GOD explores the corrosiveness of being in close proximity to Ted Bundy through FBI Agent Bill Hagmaier.

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MURDER DEATH KOREATOWN: Exploitation & Ignorant Whiteness in True Crime

The line between found footage fiction and non-fiction blurs in this horrific true crime mystery.

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The Act – Season 1, Episode 3: “Two Wolverines”

Gypsy and Dee Dee each meet men, but what they meant to them respectively is entirely different, and it could mean the beginning of the end.

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The Act – Season 1, Episode 1: “La Maison du Bon Reve”

Dee Dee and Gypsy Blanchard were an inspirational story. Until they became a tragic and hideous one instead.

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True Detective – Season 3, Episode 5: “If You Have Ghosts”

Roland and Wayne meet again after 25 years, revisiting their fractured memories of 1980 and 1990.

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True Detective – Season 3, Episode 2: “Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye”

Wayne and Roland were investigating the Purcell case in the ’80s, while too many mysteries were popping up.

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All Good Things (Must Violently Come to an End)

Truth is so much stranger than fiction. And much uglier.

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STAR 80: A Chilling Biopic

Star 80. 1983. Directed & Written by Bob Fosse. Based on an article from Teresa Carpenter. Starring Mariel Hemingway, Eric Roberts, Cliff Robertson, Carroll Baker, Roger Rees, David Clennon, and Josh Mostel. Warner Home Video. Rated R. 103 minutes. Biography/Drama ★★★★I’m not particularly huge on Bob Fosse, though, I do like his films. He does haveContinue reading “STAR 80: A Chilling Biopic”

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