Here's a study of one of America's most notorious serial slashers: Ted Bundy, AKA 'The Campus Killer', a charming sex loon who murdered young women in the '70s before finally being caught, tried and fried in 1989.
Who knows what was going on inside Bundy's troubled bonce? Not director Matthew Bright, that's for damn sure. His killer flick is utterly uninterested in dissecting the monster's mind, instead letting a game Michael Reilly Burke twitch and gurn through a lot of pointless nastiness. Shame, because here was a chance for a chilly, penetrating study of the psycho psyche - the polar opposite of polished fare like Red Dragon. Instead, we get superficial schlock replete with some baffling, misjudged humour.