“Initially, I had reservations about playing a serial killer,” Efron admitted, during an interview with Variety.
“This movie was really about a human being, somebody that perhaps I would have been friends with. And a love story from a very unique perspective. I’ve never seen that before. It’s intriguing to me. I think it’s more psychological and even more kind of a mindfuck.”
Efron admitted that is was a goal to make sure the movie didn’t celebrate Bundy, or his crimes.
“I feel a responsibility to make sure that this movie is not a celebration of Ted Bundy” Efron said. “Or a glorification of him. But, definitely, a psychological study of who this person was. In that, there’s honesty.”
Efron also discussed his transformation into Bundy.
“Something clicked pretty early on, and it was kind of scary” Efron said.
“It was that Ted and I had quite a bit in common in the way we carried ourselves. There are a few mannerisms. You can tell he’s a bit bashful. He’s kind of shy. He’s a well-spoken guy, but he hides his anxiety with a bit of a smile. I didn’t want to do too much of an impersonation.”
Paranoia On Display in New Clip from ‘The Wolf Hour’
Psychological thriller ‘The Wolf Hour’ premiered at January’s Sundance Film Festival and was well received, and is set to hit theaters on December 6th.
Starring Naomi Watts, the film tells the story of “a cultural icon and activist during the 1960s, now fallen from grace and a shell of her former self. An unseen tormentor begins exploiting her weaknesses and she must face her demons at the height of one of the darkest points in New York history: the summer of the Son of Sam murders.”
A brand new clip is available and you can see it below:
Trailer Arrives for ‘Lost Gully Road’
Donna McRae’s ‘Lost Gully Road’ will officially hit the United States on DVD and digital on December 3rd, via Wild Eye Releasing, and a new trailer is pumping up the hype.
According to the synopsis: “Lost Gully Road tells the story of Lucy, a directionless young woman who travels to a secluded cottage in the forest to wait for her sister. With no television and little communication to the outside world she spends her days alone and drinking to pass the time. That is, until her unexpected host decides to keep her company…”
Blumhouse’s ‘Fantasy Island’ Releases International Trailer
Blumhouse is gearing up for it’s nightmarish twist on ‘Fantasy Island’ and has officially released an international trailer that features new footage.
In the film, slated to arrive on February 14th, 2020: “The Enigmatic Mr. Roarke (played by Michael Peña) makes the secret dreams of his lucky guests come true at a luxurious but remote tropical resort. But when the fantasies turn into nightmares, the guests have to solve the island’s mystery in order to escape with their lives.”
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