This week, a notorious '60s serial killer investigation gets the B-grade 'Zodiac' treatment and a French Cannes-winner explores a motocross underworld.
The Boston Strangler was also a film in 1968 with an against-type Tony Curtis as DiSalvo. It's been a while but I want to say it uses a lot of split screen (an amusing way to tell a movie was made more-or-less exactly between 1965 and 1972) and was OK not great.
Also, I'm going to go out on a dangerous limb and admit to a bunch of internet movie fans that the second half of Zodiac bored me
One thing you can say about David Fincher is that there’s no substitute. I’ll wait and see if he makes his own version of the story. Great review, Scott!
I’m disappointed to learn that Boston Strangler sucks because I adore Carrie Coon beyond reason. That’s pretty much it.
I should note that family obligations kept both Keith and myself from seeing SHAZAM 2 for review this week. For this, we apologize to you and thank our families.
Accept no substitutes for David Fincher?
Memories of Murder has entered the chat.