Culture | | January 28, 2019

 

No matter how many episodes of Making A Murderer we watch, or how many times we look into the Black Dahlia case and Jeffrey Dahmer‘s many gruesome murders, the part of our brain that craves serial killer documentaries and all the heinous details will never be satisfied.

 

Hence why we’re so excited for the new Ted Bundy biopic Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and VileThe film starts in 1969, and is told through the accounts of Liz Kloepfer – played by Lily Collins – , who is a single mother that also falls in love with Bundy.

 

 

Down the track Bundy’s violent history, including the murders of 30 women, are revealed to Kloepfer who then has to recognise the truth behind her seemingly loving, longtime partner.

 

The film is directed by Joe Berlinger, who also worked on the most recent Ted Bundy docu-series Conversations with A Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapesavailable for streaming on Netflix.

 

 

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile is set to hit theatres some time in 2019, so start looking for the perfect serial killer fanatic to join you for the viewing.

 

We’re ready for the morbidity 2019 has in store, including who may be killed off in the last season of Game Of Thrones; check out the Season 8 premiere date and trailer for your taste of what’s to come. 

 

Cover image via Instagram @joeberlingerfilms.