Finally a decent Netflix movie. Zac Efron should have been nominated for a few awards. (If he wasn't already). I was impressed. But I think a lot of film was left on the cutting room floor. I get that we should all know the name Ted Bundy and his gruesome murders so they didn't want to show him actually doing the acts of violence, but it certainly felt like the movie was leaning towards more of a "making a murderer" feel. Like was he really guilty of all these crimes? When did he have time to do all of this...etc. I guess he did, but it was odd how it made you feel like he totally could have been innocent but evidence was being altered/molded to suit him as the killer in all these states. Still really good flick.
That was extremely wicked, shockingly evil and vile! Mostly because the movie manages to confuse you like Ted Bundy himself into believing he might not do it. He was the master of manipulators. Also there are no explicit brutal scenes of murders except of a couple of photos, so people who can´t handle explicit stuff well will not get scared.
Pretty good. not great. fine. great abs