Archive for ‘Documentary’

January 2, 2014

Murderers Mobsters and Madmen 1992

November 23, 2013

Most Evil

December 23, 2012

Love Behind Bars (2005)

A rather blah documentary about love behind bars. The focus is on three women, all of whom bore the shit out of me. There is some decent Bundy footage at the 55 minute mark, also another segment seconds after the hour – footage of that beast Carole Ann Boone being [I can’t even say it because it causes me so much sickness]. Do yourself a favor and fast forward to the Bundy parts. Although chances are if you’re reading this, you’ve already seen this special. In any case, here is the only part of this crap worth watching, in screencap form. I’ve never been big on animated gifs but maybe I’ll make a couple out of this footage some day.

November 30, 2012

Fatal Addiction (1989)

I avoided doing this for far too long. The problem is this interview is too embarrassing for me to watch. This is awful. It’s nothing more than visual proof that Bundy was a sociopath. Anyone who falls for his lies is a straight up clown. There are a couple of times where Ted reveals himself, his true self, but one has to look real hard or you just might miss it.

Makes for a night of great screencapping though. I capped this to Jersey Shore Italy. At 189, I feel I got a bit carried away. Who wouldn’t when looking into these eyes.

August 31, 2012

Great Crimes and Trials of the 20th Century (1993)

Fast paced, with continuous Bundy footage. I felt like I was watching Sherlock Holmes or something. It’s a swell little documentary. Probably the most trial footage compiled in any of these things. Worth a few watches. Definitely has an eighties vibe to it being from 1993 and all. 153 screencaps. I obviously have alot of time on my hands.

August 30, 2012

A&E Biography

Every A&E Biography is the same. Safe and comforting, tinted with nostalgia no matter what year it is. This lacks enough historic Bundy footage for a sincere biography. Good enough for backdrop material though, when doing other things.