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Cruelty for the Whole Family: The 1980s Made-for-TV Films About Real-Life Serial Killers

The crimes of Bundy, Gacy, and Co. inspired television dramas

Original art from Roger Wilkinson, with blood applied on TV by the author

There has been a lot of criticism recently about the protagonism real-life serial killers have received in American films and documentaries. For example, Netflix has been producing a lot of stuff about seriously…




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Felipe M. Guerra

Felipe M. Guerra

Journalist, independent filmmaker and a sick person. I write about cinema at, and in here about films, books and comics.

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