I Am Not a Serial Killer

I Am Not a Serial Killer

Fifteen-year old John Cleaver is dangerous, and he knows it. He’s obsessed with serial killers, but really doesn’t want to become one. Terrible impulses constantly tempt him, so for his own sake, and the safety of those around, he lives by rigid rules to keep himself “good” and “normal”. However, when a real monster shows up in his town he has to let his dark side out in order to stop it – but without his rules to keep him in check, he might be more dangerous than the monster he’s trying to kill.

Troubled sixteen-year-old John Wayne Cleaver (Max Records) with homicidal tendencies and morbid obsessions with death and murder has to hunt down and destroy a supernatural killer while suppressing his own inner demons. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Paul S (ca) wrote: I like Keith Lemon on celebrity juice when his jokes are more of the cuff. The film is of all jokes you have see before and a who's who of guests who have been on his show. Worth a watch once if you are a fan but it is nothing you haven't seen before.

Marvin B (gb) wrote: A very sad movie about losing a loved one. Great music and well directed.

Gary G (gb) wrote: Decay at it's most stunning

Jesse L (fr) wrote: (VHS) (First Viewing, 9th Altman film) At first I thought this was being set up as an unconventional romance story, until it hurtles itself into unexpected directions. Sandy Dennis gives a magnificent performance as an aging spinster too old to be attractive, and yet too young to be condemned to a life revolving around lawn bowling with her now-deceased mother's elderly friends. To counteract the emptiness of her life and the lonliness that's eating her away, she invites a teenage boy sitting in the rain in the park outside her house. She dotes on him, providing him with a hot bath, food, a place to sleep, even a new pair of clothes... and he never says a word, instead of peering at her with unblinking eyes. The silence of her new friend causes her to use him as a sounding board- at first opening up about her isolation, and quickly escalating until she is venting repressed sexual frustrations. And by this time her behavoir has begun to border on the obsessive... The last film Robert Altman made before hitting it big with [b]M*A*S*H[/b], and it lacks the mulitude of characters that would mark Altman's style from [b]M*A*S*H[/b] on. Dennis is forced to carry the entire film (as Michael Burns (the boy) essentially plays a cipher), and she does so magnificently. Even at this early date, Altman's direction is superbly restrained, and the screenplay by Gillian Freeman is tightly constructed. But as Pauline Kael writes in her review of the film, [b]That Cold Day in the Park[/b] has a "cold brilliance," but it is a film you can hardly wait end. By the time it reaches its haunting conclusion, the clausterphobia has become nearly unbearable. This is sadistic cinema at its best.

Patryk C (es) wrote: A pitch perfect presentation of the work of aviators and fearless pilots during the World War. Cary Grant stars as a macho man devoid of any human emotions, with Jean Arthur on his side trying to change his ways. Beautiful cinematography and stunning airborne effects.

James H (gb) wrote: Some alright montages, I guess. Normally when I watch black and white film's I'm suprised by how well they stand by modern standards, but this is the exception. It looks every year as old as it is.

Greg H (au) wrote: No one in their right mind would even want to make, be in or watch this movie. Not even as a joke. There's some sort of a plot too but whatever it is cannot excuse this steaming pile of a film.ZERO/10 MASKS! And that's being generous.

Khaled M (fr) wrote: Sad love story. Best performance by Nicholas Cage.