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PostPosted: Sun Mar 30, 2003 5:08 pm  Post subject: Real-life Serial Killer Movies - Updated 9th of Sept 2004
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Real life Serial Killer based movies


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Serial Killers are individuals who, on multiple occasions spread out through time, murder victims who are generally unknown to them beforehand. Their crimes are committed as a result of a compulsion that, in many but not all cases, has roots in the killer's (often dysfunctional) youth, as opposed to those who are motivated by financial gain (e.g., contract killers) or ideological/political motivations (e.g., terrorists). Many times, this compulsion is linked to the individual's sexual drive.

The term "serial killer" was coined either by FBI agent Robert Ressler or by Dr. Robert D. Keppel (the credit for the term is still disputed) in the 1970s so that criminologists could distinguish those who claim victims over a long period of time from those who claim multiple victims at once (mass murderers). A third type of multiple killer is a spree killer.

The following are brief definitions of these three types:

  • A serial killer is someone who commits three or more murders over an extended period of time with cooling-off periods in between. In between their crimes, they appear to be quite normal, a state which Hervey Cleckley and Robert Hare call the "mask of sanity." There is frequently—but not always—a sexual element to the murders.
  • A mass murderer, on the other hand, is an individual who kills three or more people in a single event and in one location. The perpetrators sometimes commit suicide, meaning knowledge of their state of mind and what triggers their actions is often left to more speculation than fact. Mass murderers who are caught sometimes claim they cannot clearly remember the event.
  • A spree killer commits multiple murders in different locations over a period of time that may vary from a few hours to several days. Unlike serial killers, however, they do not revert to their normal behavior in between slayings.

All of the above types of crimes are usually carried out by solitary individuals. There have been examples in all three categories whereby two or more perpetrators have acted together. Author Michael Newton states that this happens in about a third of the cases. Lee Boyd Malvo and John Muhammad are prime examples. Both are known for the Beltway sniper attacks

Serial killers are generally, but not always, male. Noted female exceptions include Aileen Wuornos, Myra Hindley and Erzsébet Báthory.

Serial killers are specifically motivated by a variety of psychological urges, primarily power and sexual compulsion. They feel inadequate and worthless, often owing to humiliation and abuse in childhood or the pressures of poverty and low socioeconomic status in adulthood, and their crimes give them a feeling of power, both at the time of the actual killing and also afterwards. The knowledge that their actions terrify entire communities and often baffle police adds to this sense of power. This motivational aspect separates them from contract killers and other multiple murderers who are motivated by profit. For example, in Scotland during the 1820s, William Burke and William Hare murdered people in what became known as the "Case of the Body Snatchers." They would not count as serial killers by most criminologists' definitions, however, because their motive was financial. Of course, people do things for multiple motivations.

In many cases, a serial killer will plead not guilty by reason of insanity in a court of law. This defense is almost uniformly unsuccessful. The legal definition of insanity is based on whether the defendant knows the difference between right and wrong; the level of premeditation and the lack of any obvious delusions or hallucinations necessary to successfully commit multiple murders without getting caught make this defense extremely difficult.

The United States Bureau of Justice Statistics defines a serial killing as: "[involving] the killing of several victims in three or more separate events." This definition is especially close to that of a spree killer, and perhaps the primary difference between the two is that a serial killer has a cooling-off period. They will commit a murder and temporarily feel sated until they feel their homicidal urges resurface. The time period between murders can vary between a few days to several years and will often decrease the longer the offender goes uncaught. For example, Jeffrey Dahmer murdered his second victim nine years after his first, but his last eight victims were murdered in a span of just seven months. Spree killers, on the other hand, do not have a cooling-off period and are in a state of constant hunting until they are caught or killed, even though their murder spree may sometimes extend to a period of several months.

Serial killers frequently have extreme sadistic urges. Ones who lack the ability to empathize with the suffering of others are frequently called psychopathic or sociopathic, terms which have been renamed among professional psychologists as antisocial personality disorder. Some serial killers engage in lust and torture murder, loosely defined terms involving, respectively, mutilation for sexual pleasure and killing victims slowly over a prolonged period of time.



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Charles Manson
  1. Charlies Family (1997)
  2. Charles Manson Superstar (1989)
  3. Helter Skelter (1976)
  4. Manson (1972)
  5. The Helter Skelter Murders (1970)
Ed Gein
  1. Ed Gein (aka In The Light of the Moon) (2000)
  2. Deranged (1974)
Jeffrey Dahmer
  1. Dahmer (2002)
  2. The Secret Life: Jeffrey Dahmer (1993)
Jim Jones
  1. A&E Biography: Jim Jones - Journey Into Madness (1999)
  2. Guyana: Cult of the Damned (1980)
  3. Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones (1980)
Henry Lee Lucas
  1. Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, Part 2 (1998)
  2. Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer (1986)
David Berkowitz (aka Son of Sam)
  1. Summer of Terror: The Real Son of Sam Story (2001)
  2. Summer of Sam (1999)
Albert Desalvo (aka The Boston Strangler)
  1. Boston Strangler, The (1968)
  2. Strangler, The (1964)
Ted Bundy
  1. Ted Bundy (2002)
  2. Deliberate Stranger, The (1986)
John Wayne Gacy, Jr.
  1. Gacy (2003)
Aileen Carol Wuornos
  1. Monster (2003)
  2. Aileen - Life and Death of a Serial Killer (2003)
  3. A&E Biography: Aileen Wuornos (2003)
  4. American Justice: Death Row Prostitute - Aileen Wuornos (2000)
  5. Selling Of A Serial Killer, The (1992)
Roderick Justin Ferrell
  1. Vampire Clan (2002)
Richard Speck
  1. A&E Biography: Richard Speck (1999)
Gary Gilmore
  1. A&E Biography: Gary Gilmore (2000)
Andrej Chikatilo (aka The Butcher Of Rostov)
  1. Citizen X (1995)
Gary L Ridgway
  1. A&E Biography: The Green River Killer (2003)
Jack the Ripper
  1. From Hell (2001)
  2. History's Mysteries: The Hunt for Jack the Ripper (2000)
  3. Jack the Ripper: An On-Going Mystery (2000)
  4. Jack the Ripper: The Final Solution (1995)
  5. A&E Biography: Jack the Ripper - Phantom of Death (1995)
  6. Diary of Jack the Ripper: Beyond Reasonable Doubt?, The (1993)
  7. Secrets of the Unknown: Jack the Ripper (1989)
  8. Jack's Back (1988)
  9. Jack the Ripper (1988)
  10. Secret Identity of Jack the Ripper, The (1988)
  11. Jack the Ripper (1977)
  12. Jack the Ripper (1976)
  13. Knife for the Ladies, A (1974)
  14. Jack the Ripper (mini) (1974)
  15. Jack el destripador de Londres (1971)
  16. Jack the Ripper (1968)
  17. Jack the Ripper (1959)
Documentaries and others
  1. Serial Killers: The Real Life Hannibal Lecters (2001)
  2. Faces of Evil (2000)
  3. Serial Killers: Profiling the Criminal Mind (1999)
  4. Waco: The Rules of Engagement (1997)
  5. Ten Monologues from the Lives of the Serial Killers (1994)
  6. Serial Killers (1994)
  7. Murderess, Mobsters & Madmen Vol. 1 (1993)
  8. Death Diploma (1987)
  9. The Killing of America (1982)


Charlies Family (1997)
ed2k: Charlie's.Family.workprint.XviD.HHAH.avi
Ripper:Krug
Codec:XviD 2-pass
Size:639.9 MB
Resolution:432x320
Audio:128 Kbit/s 48 000 Hz Mp3
Language:English
Release Thread:Released
Movieinfo:IMDB Rating: 4.7
Review: Van Bebber tries to tell the story of how everything was for the family members, with little or no focus on Manson himself. A nice attempt in all, but he sometimes gapes to high and chokes on his own artistic integrity.


Charles Manson Superstar (1989)
ed2k: Charles.Manson.Superstar.DVDRip.XviD[Add9].avi
Ripper:Addix
Codec:XviD 2-pass
Size:698 MB
Resolution:416x320
Audio:122 kb/s (61/ch, stereo) VBR Mp3
Language:English
Release Thread:Released
Movieinfo:IMDB Rating: 6.8


Helter Skelter (1976)
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Helter.Skelter.1976.CD2.DVDRip.XviD-FiNaLe.avi
Movieinfo:IMDB Rating: 7.3
Other rips: Helter_Skelter_(charles_Manson)_German-_Vhs_Rip_Von_Stiesel.avi


Manson (1972)
ed2k: Manson(1972.Documentary.Nominated.for.an.Academy.Award)[Divx].avi
Codec:DivX 4.xx
Size:698 MB
Resolution:480x352
Audio:112 Kbit/s 48 000 Hz Mp3
Language:English
Movieinfo:IMDB Rating: 6.7


Ed Gein (aka In The Light of the Moon) (2000)
ed2k: Ed_Gein_(2000).avi
Movieinfo:IMDB Rating: 5.4


Deranged (1974)
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Ripper:Melocco
Codec:DivX 5.x.x 2-pass
Size:715 MB
Resolution:640x352
Audio:96 Kbit/s 48 000 Hz Mp3
Language:English
Release Thread:Shared
Movieinfo:IMDB Rating: 6.2


Dahmer (2002)
ed2k: Dahmer.(2002).avi
Movieinfo:IMDB Rating: 5.3
Review: Not a very good movie. First of all it's very boring. It fails to give an insight into Dahmer's mind but instead only documents some of his actions, and doins so with great flaws. Download the 'Profilers' release by Kat to see what I'm talking about. Also, this had the potential to be a thouroughly terrifying experience without over-dramatizing or using too much gore simply because the actual events in themselves are so horrible and though to take. Instead it apears the creators tried to ponder about the reasons for his seamingly unexplained insanity, but their quest does not offer any explaination or possible motivation, and therefore fails dreadfully.


The Secret Life: Jeffrey Dahmer (1993)
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Ripper:Kat
Resolution:512x384
Audio:128 Kbit/s 48 000 Hz Mp3
Language:English
Release Thread:Released
Movieinfo:IMDB Rating: 5.8


Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, Part 2 (1998)
ed2k: Henry-Portrait.of.a.Serial.Killer.2-Kat.AVI
Ripper:Kat
Codec:DivX 5.x.x 2-pass
Size:705 MB
Resolution:640x464
Audio:112 Kbit/s 48 000 Hz Mp3
Language:English
Release Thread:Released
Movieinfo:IMDB Rating: 4.6


Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer (1986)
ed2k: HENRY.-.Portrait.of.a.serial.killer.divx.avi
Movieinfo:IMDB Rating: 7.1
Review: This is one of the best in this whole collection. Not trying to be a realistic recreation, but rather a dramatization of what Henry Lee Lucas and Otis Toole could have been like.


Summer of Sam (1999)
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Summer.of.Sam.(1999).VOST.CD2.Funksters.Team.avi
Movieinfo:IMDB Rating: 6.4
Review: Not so much about the actual events as how it was to live at the time. A well thought out attempt in weaving a dramatic story into this notorious time is also rather successfull.


Boston Strangler, The (1968)
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Movieinfo:IMDB Rating: 7.1


Ted Bundy (2002)
ed2k: Ted_Bundy_(2002).XPD.eMule.nl.avi
Movieinfo:IMDB Rating: 5.3


Gacy (2003)
ed2k: gacy.2003.stv.dvdrip.xvid-mediamaniacs-[pol-osiol].avi
Ripper:mediamaniacs
Codec:XviD 2-pass
Size:700 MB
Resolution:512x384
Audio:112 Kbit/s 48 000 Hz Mp3
Language:English
Movieinfo:IMDB Rating: 4.7
Review: Mediocre film not focussing so much on the murders, but rather just various episodes in his seamingly normal life. Kind of fail because it can't decide what genre it want to stick with, be it murder mysterie, drama or horror.


Monster (2003)
ed2k: Monster.Dvdscr.Xvid-Dmt.avi
Ripper:DMT
Codec:XviD 2-pass
Size:696 MB
Resolution:544x288
Audio:122 Kbit/s 48 000 Hz Mp3
Language:English
Release Thread:Shared
Movieinfo:IMDB Rating: 7.4
Review: Average film, held up mearly by Charlize Theron's amazing preformance. A little simmilar to 'Henry'.


Aileen - Life and Death of a Serial Killer (2003)
ed2k: Aileen.Life.and.Death.of.a.Serial.Killer.DVDrip.Krug.avi
Release Thread:Released
Movieinfo:IMDB Rating: 7.2


A&E Biography: Aileen Wuornos (2003)
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Release Thread:Found


Selling Of A Serial Killer, The (1992)
ed2k: The.Selling.Of.A.Serial.Killer.1992.DVDRip.XviD-SAVANNAH.avi
Release Thread:Released
Movieinfo:IMDB Rating: 7.1


Vampire Clan (2002)
ed2k: Vampire_Clan_(2002)_Episode.avi
Movieinfo:IMDB Rating: 3.5
Review: Terrible terrible film witch cannot decide wether it wants to be a correct retelling of the grusome events in the Rod Ferrel case or just a silly slasher so it fails in both. Don't see it! I've seen two other real documentaries about this subject, both which were uncomparably better. I can't find the titles for them now though.


A&E Biography: Richard Speck (1999)
ed2k: A&E.Biography-Richard.Speck.1999.DivX-zr.avi
Release Thread:Found
Movieinfo:IMDB Rating: No votes


A&E Biography: Gary Gilmore (2000)
ed2k: A&E.Biography-Gary.Gilmore.DivX.avi
Release Thread:Found
Movieinfo:IMDB Rating: No votes


Citizen X (1995)
ed2k: Citizen.X.1995.DVDivX-AEN.avi
Ripper:AEN
Movieinfo:IMDB Rating: 7.6


A&E Biography: The Green River Killer (2003)
ed2k: A&E.Biography-The.Green.River.Killer.2003.DivX-zr.avi
Release Thread:Found
Movieinfo:IMDB Rating: No votes


From Hell (2001)
ed2k: From.Hell.(2001).Cpy..avi
Movieinfo:IMDB Rating: 6.8


Diary of Jack the Ripper: Beyond Reasonable Doubt?, The (1993)
ed2k: Documentary-Diary_of_Jack_the_Ripper.avi
Movieinfo:IMDB Rating: No votes


Jack the Ripper (1976)
ed2k: Jack.The.Ripper.1976.-Jess.Franco-DVDivX-DDX.avi
Codec:DivX 3.xx Low-Motion
Size:698,00 MB
Resolution:576x320
Audio:75 Kbit/s 48 000 Hz Mp3
Movieinfo:IMDB Rating: 5.0
Other rips: Klaus_Kinski_in_Jack_the_Ripper_CD1.bin
Klaus_Kinski_in_Jack_the_Ripper_CD2.bin


Serial Killers: The Real Life Hannibal Lecters (2001)
ed2k: Serial.Killers-The.Real.Life.Hannibal.Lecters-Kat.avi
Ripper:Kat
Codec:DivX 3.xx Low-Motion
Size:703 MB
Resolution:640x352
Audio:112 Kbit/s 48 000 Hz Mp3
Language:English
Release Thread:Released
Movieinfo:IMDB Rating: 6.8


Serial Killers: Profiling the Criminal Mind (1999)
ed2k: Serial.Killers-Profiling.the.Criminal.Mind.cd1.avi
Serial.Killers-Profiling.the.Criminal.Mind.cd2.avi
Ripper:Kat
Codec:DivX 5.x.x 2-pass
Size:1398 MB
Resolution:640x464
Audio:112 Kbit/s 48 000 Hz Mp3
Language:English
Release Thread:Released
Movieinfo:IMDB Rating: 9.2
Review: It's not one documentary but actually 4. It's only the first one that is about the real life profilers that have been made famous by recent years tv-series. It's quite facinating and informative and very well crafted. When it's finished you feel like a kid who suddenly knows what he wants to be when he grows up. What's strange though is that I've seen this before aired on tv, but then it was longer, and I remember specific scenes which were not in here. These weren't gory scenes or anything, but still it seams like this has in fact been cut down to shorten it or something, I guess. The next one is all about Jefrey Dahmer. Very in depth and brings forth several 'reasons' to the tragic outcome of his insanity. Facts presented show just how bad the 2002 'Dahmer' movie is, as too much of that is purley adapted truth. Alot of good footage is included in this one however. Several scenes from his trial are quite upsetting, to be honest. The closing comments force upon you an extreme feeling of empathy towards the victim's family. This is the kind of documentar I like to see. Next comes Gacy. I don't know if the order these are put are actually like this on the dvd, but I think it's kinda reversed as Gacy does not succeed in shocking so much after having vitnessed the monstrous Dahmer. Gacy was indeed no Pope himself though. His complete deniance of any feeling of guilt or even recognition of wrongdoing is upsetting to say the least. But still, this one had a little to much story telling and too many names to keep track of in such a short time (45 mins). Finally comes the story of Charles Manson's Family. An intriguing piece with fabolous interviews with two former family members in addition to the man himself offcource. Although it's also very interesting, I'm sorry to say it is far from perfect. It relies to much on the interviews and has way to high tempo in telling the story. 45 mins is nowhere near enough to really get into the whole ordeal. There's simply too much info. I really missed more background on what it was like to be part of the family and maybe some re-enactments?


The Killing of America (1982)
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Ripper:CuLTdivX
Codec:DivX 3.xx Low-Motion
Size:623 MB
Resolution:480x352
Audio:112 Kbit/s 48 000 Hz Mp3
Language:English
Additional Files: A.Brief.History.Of.Mondo.Movies-CuLTdivX.avi
Release Thread:Shared
Movieinfo:IMDB Rating: 5.4
Review: Very good documentary which can almost compare to 'Bowling For Collumbine' exepct it doesn't have Michael Moore. Some excellent rare clips from Jonestown amoung others. It gets a little slower towards the end and kind of rails off, but never-the-less this is a 'must-see'.


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owh.. great idea man!
really :!:

does it excist any dvdrip's on these documentaries/movies? that would be nice..

i will try to find these..


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Deranged (1974)

You did miss this one, Deranged is based on Wisconsin serial killer Ed Gein. Out of all the films based on Gein's exploits, Deranged follows his life most closely.

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nope, actually it is up there.. rite under Ed Gein. Nice pic though.
Also did a little updating: son of sam & jack the ripper and even more documentaies. MAN there sure have been made a bunch of movies about Jack!!!

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Where's the photo of Jack the Ripper? :mrgreen:

I'm not big on serial killer flicks, but i liked From Hell and exaggerations like that. Might grab some documentries too :D

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spudthedestroyer wrote:
Where's the photo of Jack the Ripper? :mrgreen:


I have it here in a chest. Won't let anyone see it though.. That'll ruin the whole mystery!

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eh,
i got a dvd of one of those 'jack the ripper' from the 1970's. I havent watched it yet, but i guess i may have to. I wonder how far some of these movies go beyond 'true fact' to 'entertainment/artistic liscence'.

also i think i got a few tapes/documentaries of most of the above killers, and somewere an interview of Geraldo Riviera with Charles Manson. Got to search though, real life horror isnt my cup o' tea.

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eh,
i got a dvd of one of those 'jack the ripper' from the 1970's. I havent watched it yet, but i guess i may have to. I wonder how far some of these movies go beyond 'true fact' to 'entertainment/artistic liscence'.


Most the Jack the Ripper ones do, mainly because they know sod all about him/her/it.

ie. From Hell is pretty out there :)

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well spread UNCUT version of this excellent movie



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WHOOHOO!!!
Finally a movie about my 'favorite' killer.

Can't wait to see it. hope it's as good as the Ted Bundy one, and not as hopeless as the Dahmer one.

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WHOOHOO!!!
Finally a movie about my 'favorite' killer.

Can't wait to see it. hope it's as good as the Ted Bundy one, and not as hopeless as the Dahmer one.


I heard many negative opinions about it, but I've never seen it myself.


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my favourite is Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer :)

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spudthedestroyer wrote:
my favourite is Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer :)


I'm about to see it. 26mb left. :)


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:) It's a great film, and defintitely the best "real life" killer movie.

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@spud: yeah, you're probably right there. Very good movie indeed. But it is supposedly only very loosley based on actual events.

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I have ripped this movie if anyone wants it but be forewarned not alot of his actual killing is shown I was disappointed with it myself

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HENRY.-Portrait.of.a.serial.killer.divx.avi

A few posts up there is the same link and the cover posted by Purple. A small update of the first post would be nice, I somehow missed the post and for a very long time I was convinced there wasn't a rip available (was checking only the list in the first post).


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ohh.. sorry about that.. I hate updating. so boring. but I'll do it.

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