You need something to hold you over until season three.
By now, you've had time to binge all of Mindhunter season two on Netflix. Hell, maybe you were able to throw in a re-binge of season one. Once it was over, you may have even hit up YouTube to
You can only watch so many murder docs.
Just admit it: You watch every true-crime doc on Netflix, listen to every murder podcast, and could pretty much join the F.B.I. solely based on the amount of Dateline you've consumed over the years. We get it,
Aka the reason I have canceled most of my plans this year.
Netflix is kinda like Burger King in the sense that I will literally try anything they throw on the menu. Like, I was skeptical about chicken fries, but I've always trusted Burger King to give me greatness, so I tried (
For starters, she's using a pseudonym.
In case you hadn't noticed, interest in notorious (not hot) serial killer Ted Bundy has skyrocketed thanks to Zac Efron's new Netflix movie Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile. Which means the time has come to brush up
This is concerning...
It's not exactly a deep dark secret that movie stars sometimes have trouble leaving character after days of filming. It happens, right? Whatever. No big. In Zac Efron's latest movie, he apparently found it a little hard, but
Why does this keep on happening?
You may have noticed that the internet has recently developed a bit of a crush on Ted Bundy-Ted Bundy, as in, one of the world's most notorious serial killers. First Netflix released a documentary, Conversations with a Killer: The
Netflix purchased 'Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile' for a LOT of money.
Ever since it debuted at Sundance, Zac Efron's Ted Bundy movie Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile has been dominating the news cycle. Some have said it glorifies the serial killer, while this reviewer disagreed. But no matter which side
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