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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Closer to the truth Nov. 26 2011
By Mason C - Published on
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Now that is is commonly accepted that Albert DeSalvo was most likely not the Boston Strangler, but instead was just a sneaky little conman & pervert, who just happened to be locked up in a mental asylum with several known psychopaths & serial killers, most of whom were out at the time of the stranglings, including the sociopath George Nassar who is protrayed in the film as the real killer. So, as opposed to the Tony Curtis classic, which is basically a fictionalized version of these crimes (like how Texas Chainsaw Massacre was a fictionalized version of Ed Gein), this film is very low budget, but director Mike Feifer is vetren in the serial killer movies field & ol' Bud Bundy himself David Faustino does, in my opinon, the greatest, most accurate depiction of Albert De Salvo that was ever on film. Overall, a good little film.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
By THE MOVIE GUY - Published on
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I was expecting a slasher type of film from the DVD cover. Instead what I got was more akin to a historical drama. This is what we believe is the story of Albert De Salvo (David Faustino), the man who confessed to being the Boston Strangler. The film shows several women being strangled, but not really grindhouse style, more of a Hitchcock style. The accents were good. The acting and plot was decent, although the story just never grabbed me. There is no nudity and no graphic rape scenes, just disturbing strangling scenes. It is interesting from an historical sense, but not overly entertaining, yet not a bad film. Hence the so-so rating.

4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Far cry from Bud Bundy Jan. 18 2009
By Ronald L. Ferrell Jr. - Published on
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I checked this out on Amazon's Marketplace page at a really low price.I'm surprised that I didn't see any reviews from any of the Horror site's.Although not a gore film It is a really good dramatic film.David Faustino as Albert DeSalvo is a far cry from the Bud Bundy Character that he played on t.v.And the fact that this is from the same guy who directed Chicago Massacre and has some of the same cast(Andrew Divoff,Corin Nemic)helps.
It just wasn't that good of a movie to keep in my already large July 25 2014
By nolaboy2003 - Published on
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It was a decent movie. I did watch it and it kept my interest. I ended up selling it on ebay however. It just wasn't that good of a movie to keep in my already large collection
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
disappointing March 12 2011
By Bookworm936 - Published on
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We were on a serial killer kick and decided to check this out and it was very slow. Also, it seems to lack some information. From the movie Albert was jobless and in a somewhat disfunctional marriage and was paid to appear in police line ups. It only shows Albert killing one woman. The rest are done by other people. Yet, it mentions that the 5 original victims were older and the others were copycats. So Albert didn't kill every one of them...but only the one? Anyway, when the police arrest him the movie doesn't show why or what evidence they have on him. The police just pull him over in a car and the next thing you know Albert is in jail. It would have been nice to have been shown the reasons. Also, the movie never cleared up why exactly Albert was so attached to his prison roommate. The acting was ok. It was interesting to see the young man who played Bud Bundy in a much different role.