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Blu-ray Review - I Am Not a Serial Killer


Adapted from a novel by Dan Wells, "I Am Not a Serial Killer" is one of the better chillers I've seen in recent memory, using an enticing sense of mystery to act as glue for macabre events occurring in a tiny Minnesota town. It's the new film from burgeoning genre moviemaker Billy O'Brien, and he gives his latest work some serious thought, trying to balance the needs of unsettling characterization with slightly damaged people and a grander arc of horror that takes more than a few unusual directions. "I Am Not a Serial Killer" works best without a full understanding of what lies ahead, so the spoiler-sensitive (and you know who you are) should walk away from this review now, preferably straight to a Blu-ray of the picture, ready to appreciate the dramatic subtleties and indie production achievements of the feature, which offers much more than predictable shock value. Read the rest at


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