James Ellroy Presents Bazaar Bizarre
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James Ellroy Presents Bazaar Bizarre
The darkest fantasies of a sadistic madman become a horrifying reality in filmmaker Benjamin Meade's chilling portrait of serial killer Robert A. Berdella. Had it not been for the naked and bloodied would-be seventh victim who mercifully escaped Berdella's tormenting grasp on the day before Easter in 1988, odds are that the horrific killing spree would have gone on unnoticed indefinitely. In addition to sexually torturing his six victims, Berdella also confessed to using electric shock on those unfortunate enough to fall into his hideous trap, pouring bleach into their eyes, injecting… More

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"Too irreverent, lurid and expressionistic to qualify as journalism, yet too serious to be dismissed as mere exploitation."
‑ Robert W. Butler, Kansas City Star
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