Ted Bundy was a chilling combination of boy-next-door good looks and deranged perversions. At once handsome, charming, intelligent, and charismatic Bundy was driven and tormented by twisted fantasies and necrophilia sex. A boyfriend who had his way with more than a few women, Bundy took his fantasies to extremes when he abandons his girlfriends to lure, threaten, and murder more than a hundred unsuspecting women.
"Ted Bundy" weaves these contradictions into a harrowing tale. Told from Bundy’s point of view, Matthew Bright’s film captures the twisted, disturbing world of one of the most infamous serial killers in history. We follow Bundy as he feverishly progresses from a masturbating Peeping Tom to one of the most cunning and ruthless murderers who ever lived. Behind his looks and charm, Bundy sadistically prowls for women who he makes sure will do more than just play dead. The film maintains a tone of pitch-black comedy in the face of horror, as Bundy proclaims, "Mostly I want to be normal" or "Sex is only dirty when you do it right." Brace yourself because you will be right there with Bundy to find out what "dirty" really means.
Nice, really gives you the story of Ted Bundy. A charming good looking fuck preying on college chicks. Horror fans might get a kick out of this one because the legend of special effects make up, Tom Savini does the special effects makeup and has a small part in the film. Overall, the acting is good, the story is good and it’s not a low budget piece of shit like "The Secret Life Of Jeffrey Dahmer". So check it out.
About Ted Bundy (2002)
Starring: Tom Savini, Tracey Walter, Tiffany Shepis, Michael Reilly Burke, Susan Featherly, Jason Collins, Phoebe Dollar, Jim Kundig, David Schroeder, Boti Bliss, Annalee Autumn, Bobby C. King, Eric DaRe, Deborah Offner, Carol Mansell, Alexa Nikolas, Sharon McWilliams, Holly Towne, Alexa Jago, Julianna McCarthy, Deanna Dylan Scott, Michael Santos, J-ray, Katrina Miller, Randy Polk, Steffani Brass, Rachael Rowan, Joe McDougall, Tricia Dickson, J. Marvin Campbell
Director: Matthew Bright
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