Ed Gein (2000) Movie Review

Ed Gein (2000)

2000 | Horror, Thriller, Drama, Crime, Biography
89 minutes /

User Score: 67/100


The story of Ed Gein, who dug up the corpses of over a dozen women and made things out of their remains before finally shooting two people to death and butchering their bodies like beef sides.

Ed Gein Review

This is the true story of America’s first famous serial killer. Everyone in small Plainfield, Wisconsin thought Ed was just a little different, a local oddity. But Ed was tormented and haunted by years of family abuse and repression which led him to the brutal murders and mutilations of countless victims and corpses. In a remote farmhouse filled with the stench of death, Ed is driven to do unspeakable acts to his victims, acts that have become legend and the basis for future films like "Psycho" and the "Texas Chainsaw Massacre." This film will shock you with its unflinching horror and unforgettable performances from Steve Railsback and Carrie Snodgrass. No one will ever forget the true story of "Ed Gein."

About Ed Gein (2000)

Title: Ed Gein
AKA: In the Light of the Moon
Year: 2000
Runtime: 89 minutes
Type: Movie
Genre: Horror, Thriller, Drama, Crime, Biography
Score: 2.5 / 5 stars
Avg. Rating: 3.3/5 stars from 9 users.
Total Avg. Votes: 9
Starring: Nancy Linehan Charles, Pat Skipper, Steve Railsback, Bill Cross, Jim Kundig, Carole Davis, Danny Keogh, Travis McKenna, Brian Evers, Andrew Craig, Carrie Snodgress, Tish Hicks, Bill Pirman, Ed Gein, Carol Mansell, Sally Champlin, Devin Alexander, Steve Blackwood, Rick Simpson, Ben Caswell, Jan Hoag, Heather Gettings, Melissa Engle, Craig Zimmerman, Gladell Adelman, Nicholas Stojanovich, Lee McLaughlin, Dylan Kasch, Douglas Hunter, Erin Cristall
Writers: Stephen Johnston
Director: Chuck Parello

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