So sit back, grab some popcorn, and get ready to be scared with our selection of “The Top Ten Psycho Killer Films You Can’t Miss”.
It was inspired by the true story of Ed Gein, a murderer with a particular obsession for interior design that contained human body parts.
American Psycho, a masterpiece in and of itself, also functions as a sardonic pre-crash picture of the excesses and vanities of a selfish metropolitan life.
In Silence of the Lambs, Buffalo Bill, who enjoys skinning his victims and using them as masks, is the other sicko.
Even the grimmest and bloodiest slasher movies end up celebrating violent crime or using it for sinister delights.
David Fincher’s neo-noir created a fresh visual shorthand for the crime film, an individual who understands his way around a crime scene.
In many serial-killer movies, grisly killings are the main focus, allowing us to indulge in the slaughter and indulge our less-than-noble urge to rubberneck.
Zodiac is based on actual events, particularly the late 1960s murder spree carried out by San Francisco’s Zodiac Killer, who is now an infamous cold case.
Is Ed Gein the most heinous murderous sociopath in a contemporary film? His heinous acts served as the inspiration for both Psycho.
An obsessed murderer who appears to be using the American author’s writing as a guide taunts a novelist from the United States who is in Rome to promote his new book.
“Hannibal” is a psychological horror-thriller film directed by Ridley Scott and based on the novel of the same name by Thomas Harris.