Is it a captivating true crime documentary? Sure, but it would be hard to not be considering the disturbing crimes and killings this man has done. This Netflix mini series is okay, but I didn’t care that much about the two policemen, I feel like they could have explored more the psychological effects this killer had on Californians while he was free, and maybe even trying to explain or question how and why he got into satanism. I don’t know, there was WAY TOO MUCH gimmicky effects to try to convey a mood or even a weird 80s aesthetic and not enough substance.
Here's a few thoughts I had while watching this:
- The vilains look like cartoon characters on their cool karts except they beat up women and they suck
- THE STUNTS !!
- I want to steal Jackie Chan's 90's wardrobe
- Did they really have to physically throw a disabled kid AND a baby?
- This is possibly the worst dialogue I have ever seen, I love it
- THE STUNTS !!!
so i went to the canadian premiere and i met matthew gray gubler before the screening and he asked me where i was from and he wanted me to give him a high five.
after the movie ended, i talked to him about independent movies and how important i think they are, he asked me for my name (then he said: rachel, i'm matthew, im pleased to meet you) and he told me that i had cool glasses.
i guess all im trying to say is that we are in love and ready to get married, start a family and live happily ever after