Ted Bundy’s mind was a very dark and dangerous place.
The serial killer’s story has been told in many different ways, and even his own voice, since his execution at Florida State Prison on January 24, 1989.
Bundy confessed to more than 30 murders across several American states in the 1970s, although some experts say the real number could be far higher.
Bundy’s crime spree was the subject of 2019’s Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile, starring Zac Efron, and now we’re getting another take on the infamous crime spree.
No Man of God, starring Elijah Wood, revisits actual transcripts of interviews between FBI analyst Bill Hagmaier and Bundy, who was in jail at the time.
This via IndieWire:
In 1980, Ted Bundy was sentenced to death by electrocution. In the years that followed, he agreed to disclose the details of his crimes, but only to one man. During the early days of the agency’s criminal profiling unit, FBI analyst Bill Hagmaier met with the incarcerated Ted Bundy in the hopes of understanding the psychology of the serial killer and providing closure for the victim’s families. As Hagmaier delves into Bundy’s dark and twisted mind, a strange and complicated relationship develops that neither man expected.
The movie first premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival earlier this year, scoring a B- from IndieWire, which called it “a talky, often fascinating battle of wills”.
At this stage, there really is very little of the Bundy story that has been left untold, but true-crime fans may still find No Man of God worth a watch.
The film hits US theatres and on-demand platforms from August 27.
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