We don't have pasts. Our lives started when we met Charlie.
American Psycho director Mary Harron made a movie about Manson Family and it couldn't be more different from what I expected.
Probably more absorbing than effective, yet still quite refreshing take on horrific murders through the perspective of three of Manson’s female acolytes. I kinda wish there was a little bit more of their backstories, but there's only so much you can do with 110-minute running time I guess.
Lynch as Dahmer, Efron as Bundy and now Matt Smith as Manson? Looking forward to Timothée Chalamet's portrayal of the Green River Killer, get ready folks.