Killer Me (2001)
A criminology student who may be a serial killer finds companionship under bizarre circumstances in this low-key psychological thriller from first-time writer/director Zachary Hansen. Plagued by memories of his father murdering his mother, Joe (George Foster) hears voices in his head and obsesses over the gruesome details of a recent string of murders that he reads about in the papers. As campus wallflower Anna (Christina Kew) begins to warm to Joe, it soon becomes increasingly obvious that Anna may have a few psychological issues of her own. Joe's inner demons ultimately begin to boil to the surface, and his fear for Anna's safety is compounded by the fact that he may in fact be the man behind the vicious attacks he keeps reading about. … More
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Critic Reviews for Killer Me
Its premise and execution are reserved for art film students and people who enjoy serial killer flicks.
You've gotta love it when a movie about a pyscho killer actually leaves you feeling some sympathy for the bad guy.
It's a remarkable portrait of a man breaking down and fighting for human dignity, and is filmed without any gimmicks or unnecessary distractions.
"Killer Me" and "Henry" are similar in that they both allow us to follow around a homicidal maniac in a very cold and cruel world.
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