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Seattle, 1974. Ted Bundy would seem to be a model citizen with a bright future. He’s handsome and has an outgoing and friendly demeanor, he’s dating an attractive woman who loves him deeply, and is doing well at college where he’s studying to become a lawyer. But beneath his “nice guy” exterior, something evil is lurking; a sinister desire to commit the most heinous and unspeakable acts of violence. Unable (or unwilling) to control his urges, Ted eventually gives into to his violent passions and embarks on a cross country killing spree, leaving a trail of raped, tortured, murdered, dismembered, and defiled corpses in his wake…
From the twisted mind of filmmaker Matthew Bright (Freeway) comes this uniquely demented biopic telling the chilling true story of the United States’ first “household name” serial killer, TED BUNDY. Featuring Jennifer Tisdale (The House Bunny), Tiffany Shepis (Tales of Halloween), Boti Bliss (TV’s Bones), and Michael Reilly Burke (Vice, The Collector) as Bundy, and with gore effects created by Tom Savini (Dawn of the Dead, Friday the 13th), Vinegar Syndrome Archive brings this unnerving study of all true madness and murder to Blu-ray, newly restored in 4K from its 35mm original camera negative!